Al was an inspiring friend who you could always count on. Those who had the good fortune to know him knew he acted much younger than his age and was always interested in learning something knew and if he could help fix something, anything, he was your man. His sense of humor was infectious.
Al’s energy, enthusiasm and love for the Shore Drive community was unlimited.
He played critical roles in preserving Pleasure House Point, helping Shore Drive become safer for pedestrians, cyclists – everyone, by getting our speed limit to the appropriate level and helping us get the infrastructure projects in place that you see happening right now and for years to come, ensuring the City Marina stayed a Public Marina and much more.
Reviewing Our Work page – he was always involved whether it was creating and sharing his edgy cartoons to inspire others, to contacting anyone in power that could help improve the Shore Drive community, writing to whomever could make a difference, to presenting powerful presentations at public hearings – Al was there.
Thank you for making our world a better place.
Our condolences to Al’s family and friends.
The family will receive friends on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, 1264 Great Neck Road, Virginia Beach.