December 9, 1942 – March 13, 2020
Alan Greenglass – of Peabody, entered into rest on Friday, March 13, 2020 at the age of 77. Devoted father of Kara Greenglass and Matthew Greenglass. Cherished grandfather of David Jordan Rose. The loving brother of Donna Lapatin and her husband Philip. Dear son of the late Herbert and Evelyn (Cheskin) Greenglass.
Alan grew up in Revere, graduated from Northeastern University and received his doctorate in physics at Penn State. He lived for many years in New Hampshire, where he was elected to the State House of Representatives. Alan worked at Sanders Associates. A dedicated follower of the Patriots and Red Sox, he also enjoyed walks along the ocean and (during his retirement) hanging out at Dunkin’ Donuts with his friends in Swampscott. Alan spent his last years receiving excellent care and support at The Brudnick Center for Living, 240 Lynnfield Street, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960, where expressions of sympathy may be sent.
Funeral services for Alan will be private.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
April 26, 2020
ALAN WAS A MEMBER OF REVERE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960..WE ARE PLANNING A CLASS REUNION..I WILL SHARE THIS NEWS WITH THE COMMITTEE..HE ATTENDED THE GARFIELD WITH ME AND WAS QUIET AND SMART..I AM SO IMPRESSED WITH HIS EDUCATION AND LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL..AN ELECTED OFFICIAL IN NEW HAMPSHIRE..I WOULD WISH HIM A GOOD REST..WITH HAPPY MEMORIES
March 29, 2020
I knew Alan for almost two and a half years. At Brudnick Center for Living we developed a great relationship.We were opposites in ideologies and sports teams that we loved. Alan loved Brady,I couldn’t stand him,Alan was a Republican and followed Trump,I was a Democrat and loved Sanders Our conversations were salty but we always had a few laughs and parted with smiles on our faces.
I miss him dearly .Life here at Brudnick will never be the same without him . Alan was a polite and considerate gentleman. He always had an eye for women and couldn’t seem to get enough of Middle Eastern music on his phone.
I wish I could have known him earlier in his life. The “times” we might have had!!
Rest in peace my friend.