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Allan F. Ernst
Died: Feb 6, 2018
Allan F. Ernst
Allan F. Ernst, 70, formerly of Littlestown, died Tues, Feb. 6, at his home in Millville, DE.  Born Sept 24, 1947 in Littlestown, he was the son of the late George E. & A. Louise (Weaver) Ernst.  He was a Delone Catholic High School graduate and graduated from Indiana College of PA with a degree in Accounting.  Allan was a tax consultant and before his retirement was a partner of Pro Tax West in Colorado.  Upon his retirement he moved to Delaware.
 
Surviving are his brother, Lawrence E. Ernst  & Ethel of Churchville, VA;  his sister Judy A. Jacobs of Littlestown; his companion Jeanie and nieces and nephews.  Allan was a good and kind friend to many people and will be missed more than words can say.
 
Memorial Service is Monday, Feb. 26, at 10:30 A.M. at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Littlestown with The Rev. C. Anthony Miller officiating.  Inurnment will be in St. Aloysius Catholic Cemetery.  Online condolences may be shared on www.littlesfh.com

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Comments:
Ken Myers and Joy del Rosario
#10
February 21st, 2018 3:57 pm
Al was a friend of ours and many others.He would always greet you with a smile or his great laugh,we can't think of anyone who did not like Al,he will be missed!Rest in Peace our friend.
Richard Bates
#9
February 20th, 2018 2:57 pm
Al will be missed by many friends from Denver. His friends from Legends Sports Grille will celebrate Al with a toast of friendship, and respect. Rest in Peace Al. You were a good man.
JANINE KREUTER
#8
February 19th, 2018 11:55 am
My condolences to Al's family and to Jeannie. I was shocked to hear this sad news- Al was such a nice man with such a great laugh. I think of him together with John and Tony-laughing like crazy- I hope that's so!! You will be missed by many Al. Rest in peace.
James R Kreyche
#7
February 17th, 2018 4:14 pm
Envisioning a probable Monty Pythonesque response from Al on his passing and all the fuss made over him, as the Black Knight said 'it's only a flesh wound'. Al lived happily within the borders of his world from east coast days to west coast days, north country days to southern days, was gregarious to one and all with his wit, satire, and ability to engage shallow or deeply into any conversation or subject that hit the table. We spent 20 years working long tax season hours together, during which I probably spent more time and conversation with him than I did with my wife and kids, and I can say the only important thing we didn't agree on was Beatles vs Stones.In some ways our lives were very much the same, in some ways very different, but the friendship always flourished. We did upset the apple cart once and got him to go on a houseboat trip to Lake Powell with us and 4 others one summer, quite a feat considering how hard it was to budge him off the pull his yearly fix of Ocean City had on him. He talked often of his family, especially all his nieces and nephews and you could feel his pride in all of them. His nephew Charlie, followed him out to Colorado and we became good friends (right Charlie?), I skied with Matt at Vail, met Dan when he visited out here once, and Stephanie and Beau live out here now, and they all spoke highly of and loved the guy they called 'Uncle'. We are all glad his medical suffering is finally over and keep the sadness away by remembering and chuckling over our personal memories and experiences with him. A New Orleans Funeral featuring Dr. John would be right up Al's alley. So, Happy Trails to you my good friend, and if you could look up Jimi Hendrix, Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan and a few other musicians we both enjoyed for me tell them my guitar skills, or rather, lack of guitar skills after all these years of trying, could use some serious help. I'm sure they are as confused as I am as to how Keith Richards outlasted you.
Lee and Gary Holbrook
#6
February 17th, 2018 4:09 pm
We send our sincere sympathies to Al's family and friends from Aurora CO. Al was an integral member of our longtime group of friends at Legends sportsbar, and we have countless good memories of Al & Jeannie's hilarious banter over many years. He will live on in our hearts. Lee & Gary Holbrook
RC and Susan Orman
#5
February 17th, 2018 8:11 am
Our friend Al will always be remembered for his sorted wit and humor. We had many fun times talking about music,"same as it ever was" and movies, "does your dog bite? It is not my dog."(Talking Heads and Pink Panther) were laughed about many times and Jeannie never getting it right.our thoughts and prayers are with you my friend. Cowboy and Susan.
RC and Susan Orman
#4
February 17th, 2018 8:10 am
Our friend Al will always be remembered for his sorted wit and humor. We had many fun times talking about music,"same as it ever was" and movies, "does your dog bite? It is not my dog."(Talking Heads and Pink Panther) were laughed about many times and Jeannie never getting it right.our thoughts and prayers are with you my friend. Cowboy and Susan.
jeannie cowsert
#3
February 16th, 2018 11:55 am
I mourn his loss but take some relief in that I had the opportunity to know him and share my life with him. He will never be forgotten. He was my soul mate and that can never be lost. Rest in peace my angel.
Andy Romanic and Nancy Murtaugh
#2
February 15th, 2018 2:03 pm
We grieve the lose of your brother and our wonderful friend Alan. We will never forget him.
Janet (Eline) McMaster
#1
February 12th, 2018 1:08 pm
To Judy and the family, very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
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