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    May 8, 2021, 4:00 PM US/Pacific

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OBITUARY
On Friday, April 9, 2021, Alan Mann Weatherford, passed away peacefully at his home in Arroyo Grande after a lengthy battle with cancer.  He was 74.  Alan was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana to Clester and Nell (Birdsong) Weatherford.  He is survived by his two children, twins William and Victoria, and his older brother Sidney.  He retired in 2007 from teaching Finance in the Orfalea College of Business at California Polytechnic State...  see more
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  • JOAN DEZEMBER
    AW is a special man who was a great friend. He is missed and loved by many
  • JOAN DEZEMBER
  • Julietta Chang
    Alan was kind, generous, and one of the most stubborn people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting. The last time we hung out, we argued about how long red wine was supposed to aged (I said 5 years for cabs, he said... as long as possible?!) To settle...  more
  • Kelly Donohue
    Alan was a kind human and a keen listener. His sage advice was only matched by his great sense of humor. Our small group of “sauna friends” began because we all worked out at Pismo Beach Athletic Club and had an unearthly obsession with the sauna,...  more
  • Dorothy Weatherford
    Alan was my brother in law by marriage; he was my friend by choice. I liked him the first time we met in college (I was dating his brother) and always enjoyed being with him. We talked about our families and serious subjects, but we spent a great deal of...  more
  • Lee Burgunder
    I have so many memories of great times with Alan. I definitely got the better end of our friendship as he taught me far more than he got from me. We had so much fun at his time-share in Tahoe, gambling, goofing around, and pretending to cross-country...  more
  • sidney weatherford
    Well, Alan is my brother. I knew him for a very long time - probably longer than anybody else here ;0). When he moved to San Luis Obispo (SLO) we didn't get together as much as when he lived in the Dallas area. As he approached retirement we started...  more
  • Norm Borin
    I'm glad he stopped coming to my poker games. I always lost money to him. RIP Alan.
  • Dan Bertozzi
  • Jim Spates
    I met Alan in high school and we became friends early on. He was a character who never was bothered or down
    He was blessed with athletic skill and could sing like a bird. He wrote a song called “Tank Tennessee”. It was a superb tune
    I always enjoyed...  more
  • László Muraközy
    László Muraközy added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Alan Mann Weatherford:
  • László Muraközy
    He was a good man and good friend with a very strong personality. We had a lot of fun together even in US, even in Hungary! I miss and remember Him!
  • Jan  Duffy
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  • Stephanie Bain
    Hearts are grieving over the loss of Alan. He was a long time member of the PBAC community and the friends he made there were bonded to him. ‘The Professor’ is loved by many, especially for his intellect and quick wit. That love, along with many...  more
  • Stephanie Bain