Albert S. Plant, Jr.

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May 19 1968
Feb 18 2015
46 Years
Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Albert S. Plant, Jr., 46, of Coatesville, passed away on Wednesday, February 18th at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.  He was the beloved husband of Alison L. (Konchek) Plant with whom he shared 12 years of marriage. 

Born in West Chester, he was the son of Albert S. Plant, Sr. of North Carolina and the late Patricia Coulson Plant.  

Albert was a 1987 graduate of Coatesville High School and he earned a Bachelor's degree from West Chester University.  

Albert was employed as a computer technician at West Chester University.  

He is survived, in addition to his wife, by his two children: Coulson P. Plant and Julianna L. Plant; his brother, George Plant of Pottstown; his uncle Tom Coulson of Malvern and his nieces and nephews.  

The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 28th at 11 AM at the Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church, 1121 Octorara Trail (Rt. 10), Parkesburg, PA with visitation from 9 to 11 AM at the Church.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the "Plant Children Educational Fund" at Citadel Federal Credit Union,, 4051 W. Lincoln Hwy., Parkesburg, PA 19365.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Feb 28 2015 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church

Condolences

Dear Alison and family.

 

I am so, very sorry, about " Skip."   

My heart goes out to you and your entire family.

Skip was such a very, nice man.      

Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family...now...and in the days, ahead.

May God be with you.

Pam Phillips    ( Galen's mom)

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We are so sorry for your loss. Your family will remain in our prayers.

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Dear Alison and family,

We are so very sorry for your loss; you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

Rick and Emily (Vamosy) Cole 

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skip had been in our prayer's ever since we first learned of his illness, now we will continue to pray for you, and your children

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I am sending my deepest sympathy and I'm sure you miss Albert very much. May special memories of him bring you comfort at this time. God will one day swallow up death and wipe the tears from all faces. (Isa. 25:8) Thinking of the family.

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Dear Alison & Family,

I was so very sorry to hear about Skip!  I want you to know that he was a special man who was very proud of you and his family. I was very lucky to have had the chance to know him and proud to be related to him! I will keep you all in my heart and in my prayers.

Love,

Janet E. Hartwell

 

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I am so sorry to hear about Al.  You are all in my thoughts and prayers!  He was a wonderful man, who always had a kind word to say.  It was a pleasure working with him on campus.

Fondly, Mary Tygh

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Like so many in the WCU community, I was so shocked to learn of Al's untimely passing.  I knew him as a kind, caring, and dedicated individual who modeled the way for so many around him. 

Thoughts, prayers, and strength heading your family's way.

Scott Sherman

 

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So very sorry to learn of the Al's passing.  My thoughts and those of Sykes Student Union at West Chester University are with your family.   

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Dear Alison and Family-

We in the Chemistry Department at WCU are so very sorry for your loss. Al was a good friend to us and was a wonderful source of computer support for all of our Tech Fee projects. We could always count on him to come over promptly and help us with any problems we had, and his sense of humor always brightened our day! He was so helpful to me personally several years ago when I suffiered a catastrophic loss of my computer data, and could not have been nicer about helping me to get back on track. I will always be grateful to him (and his colleague Bob) for that!! He was a special guy and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts are with all of you during the difficult time.

Melissa

 

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I first met Al when he was a student back in 2000 and I was the dietitian at the WCU's Student Health Center.  He was so friendly and kind.  Over the years, I became a nutrition professor and he got a job in the IT dept.  He solved multiple computer/data problems for myself and our department.  I saw Al all the time walking to/from classes and he always had a minute to stop and chat, or at least smile and wave hello.  I am so sorry to hear of his passing and I will think of him often and really, truly miss him. 

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Dear Alison,

We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Skip. Please know that we are keeping you and your family in our daily thoughts and prayers. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you need anything.

"We have not lost those who leave a world from which we ourselves must depart, but we have sent them before us." St. Augustine

Janeen and Adam Paida

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