Alan Frank Sternett

30 January, 195527 December, 2020

Alan Frank Sternett of Davisburg passed away December 27, 2020 at 65 years of age.

He is the beloved son of Harold Sternett. Dear brother of Mike Sternett, Sue Vallone and Paul Sternett. Sadly he is preceded in death by his mother, Susan and one brother, Ken Sternett.

Alan was born January 30, 1955 in Detroit, Michigan to Harold and Susan (nee Yearty) Sternett. He worked as a special machine operator and was the past president of the FOE. He will be truly missed by all.

Per the families wishes, a private cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.


  • Celebration of Life at a later date


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Paul Sternett

January 16, 2021

My baby brother, I will miss him terribly.

Renee Printz

January 3, 2021

Al was a great person to so many. He always had a smile on his face. I met Al through my husband Tony. We all went to NASCAR together and what a blast we had. I have to share a couple stories about Al so the motor home that we brought to nascar was an old one and Al slept on the top bunk. So picture this Al is laying in bed and all of a sudden the bed fell down onto the bottom bunk. All we could see is arms and legs going every witch way 🤣 so us girls are all laughing and Al jumps up and says I’m ok. He was laughing also and he was fine. He ALWAYS made you feel happy and always wanted to help everyone set up there campers. He was always so excited to be at NASCAR we both loved Dale Earnhardt sr and I remember him calling me crying when Dale got killed. His heart was so big. One more story about Al so Tony loves to jump into the car and go on a trip. So one Saturday morning he said let’s head to Bristol to watch the NASCAR race. So at that time we lived up in Frankfort which is about 4hrs from Al house. So Tony. Called Al and said Al pack a bag we’re on our way to pick you up we’re all heading to Bristol. Al was laughing at first then Tony says I’m not kidding well I can’t believe everyone didn’t here Al yell he was so happy. So we picked him up and off we went. One of the best trips we had. Al my heart is broken that you left us and please know you where loved by so many. Until we see each other again fly high Love Tony and Renee 💔💔💔

Terri Stearley

December 29, 2020

Rest in Peace Al🙏🏻

Jeff Bailey

December 29, 2020

Rest In Peace al