Alan Frederic YOUNG
November 13, 1937 – June 28, 2018
Alan Fredrick Young passed away on Thursday, June 28, 2018 in Round Rock, Texas.
Al was born on November 13, 1937 in New York City to Isha and Mildred Young.
Al graduated from Tenafly High School and went on to Gettysburg College. He was a member of the Cadets Corps and was awarded the Professor of Air Science Award in 1961. Upon graduation, Al entered the Air Force at Ent Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was a Captain at the time of his honorable discharge.
Al married Bonnie Wongstrom in 1965 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Al was began his career with IBM and worked with the company in Colorado, New York, and then in Austin, Texas. Al continued his career with IBM until his retirement in 1993.
Al loved sailing, water skiing, and especially spending time with his two boys. Al and Bonnie were members of the Balcones Country Club where he loved to play tennis. He was a proud member of the Cedar Park Kiwanis’s Club and a long time volunteer at Senior Net where he taught seniors computer skills.
Al was married to Bonnie for 39 years. He is survived by his sons; Danny Young of Lumberton, Texas and Doug Young and wife Katie of Austin, Texas; and four grandchildren, Rylee Greenway, Riley Young, Jack Young and Landrie Young.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Isha and Mildred Young and brother Richard Young.
The family will host a Celebration of Life on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at Cover 3 on Anderson Lane, Austin, Texas from 4 pm to 7 pm.
- Celebration of Life Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Alan Frederic YOUNG
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Robert M. (Bob) Lueck
July 3, 2018
Al will be missed. He was a good friend of mine, as he was to many others. Our friendship goes back to 1976 when we came together here in Austin to work on the first server based Office Product/5520.
Our friendship through these years included family, with our kids Bob, Tom, Danny and Doug, and our spouses.
Al made many contributions, but what stands out to me was his ability to "have fun", while working hard.
God bless Al and his family. May Al rest in peace.
Bob and Nancy