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Alan Frederick Bott

October 31, 1958September 7, 2020
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Alan Bott passed away on Monday September 7 at 10:25pm at the Grey Nuns Hospital at the age of 61. Memorial Service will be held on Thursday September 17, 2020 at 2:00 p.m in the chapel at First Memorial Funeral Services โ€“ 11090-86 Ave Fort Saskatchewan, AB. Due to COVID19 restrictions the service is limited to those invited. Please send condolences, cards or flowers to First Memorial Funeral Services โ€“ Riverview Chapel. www.riverviewfuneral.com

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Robert Verstraete

September 21, 2020

My family and I were saddened to learn of Alans death. Our thoughts and condolences go out to you all. I will always remember him on the bench with the boys and myself coaching hockey in Joesphburg. I enjoyed coaching with him, and the friendship that we had.

Darlene Parker

September 18, 2020

Sending my deepest sympathy to Sharon & her family.I worked with Sharon (Momma) for 3 years & I loved every minute of it & her love for her family that she brought with her everyday to work.I met Alan and very nice man.Love to Emma & her brother .Tremendous loss.Please know that I send lots of love & energy & prayers ! Blessings !

Sharon and Vic Kleparchuk

September 18, 2020

๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”. Hugs to the best person I ever got to meet outta the race track Emma Bott. And her family l! Emma, Sharon and Ryan, Vic send our absolute heart as he was a big part of our track lives!! Nothing better when we were still at northlands and every time we went back to barns alan and Sharon were there. Vic Kleparchuk looked forward to going to the track just to see Alan. Great people through and through. RIP Mr Bott. ๐Ÿ˜‡

Ken Baker

September 18, 2020

I had the privilege of working with Al at Northlands. I can still see him at my doorway, loudly asking, "What are you doing?". I would explain some accounting thing I was doing and bore him into a coma. But Al was always a fountain of information about the industry for me, and always patient with my many dumb questions. He became one of my favourite people at the track.
Sharon, Emma, and Ryan, you are in my prayers. I hope the good memories shared here will help bring a bit of a smile to you and reinforce to you what a great person Al was, not just to you, but to all he met.

Wendy and Rick Bunney

September 17, 2020

Our sincere sympathies to Sharon, Ryan and Emma on the loss of your Dad and Husband. Alan was a kind, good true person and a friend to many. One of the first memories I have of Alan was at Stampede Park and Pampas Host. Alan was such a good horseman, and will always be remembered by all.

Sandra Symbaluk

September 17, 2020

I'm so very sorry to hear of your loss! The world lost a very kind man. I remember when I first started working at Northlands I had so many questions about racing, Alan was so very kind in answering all of them! He will be missed!

Les Butler

September 17, 2020

Sharon, Emma, Ryan, and family I am thinking you and hoping that you are soon able to dry the tears and smile when thinking of Alan. He was a memorable friend and co-worker to many of us; we canโ€™t imagine how vital he was in your lives, individually and as a family. At work Alan always had a smile. He was even able to laughed when things werenโ€™t going well. The racetrack was a small world and when something not good went down, heโ€™d hear about it. Alan would then appear on the 4th Floor loudly asking, as he walked into the office, โ€œSo how is everybody?โ€ I literally remember being downcast and upon hearing his pronouncement, smiling to myself. I will always miss my friend so much so that Iโ€™ve cried. But even as the tears flowed, I began to smile, just like he made me do so many times before. I will never forget my good friend Alan Bott and everything he taught me.

Sara Kugler

September 17, 2020

Sharon, Emma and Ryan, our family is thinking of you guys during this time! I wanted you guys to know how much Alan made every day working at the race track and getting up early, fun, exciting and worth it. I enjoyed the many years I was able to work with Alan. We had some good times!! He will be missed. Love you all! Sara, Roland, Jade and Brendan.

Terri Alzetta

September 17, 2020

My deepest sympathies Sharon, Ryan & Emma. I always enjoyed visiting & joking with Al wherever I was working at the Track. He will truly be missed. Much love to you all.

Jane Belair

September 17, 2020

Sharon, Emma & Ryan we are so sorry to hear of your loss. We are thinking of you at this difficult time. Love Jane & Yvan, Val & Norm and Sarah & Scott xxxxx

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