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Mr. Francis Alleman
Graduated 1982

60 South Bonneymead Circle
The Woodlands, Texas 77381

U.S. Department of Treasury - Retired
1301 McKinney, Suite 1410
Houston, Texas 77010

Home Phone: 281-363-4828
Work Phone: --
Fax: --
Email: falleman@comcast.net

Francis provided his Living Tribute for the Coach Bob Cole Tribute on 9/12/2017. Below his LM to Coach Cole is his father’s obituary, which was by Francis Alleman, Jr. and posted with his permission.

Coach Cole was more than a well-respected track and field coach. He was a mentor who believed in me, instilled confidence in his athletes to successfully compete and he taught us more about life than collegiate competition.

Coach Cole had a sincere interest in team members getting a quality education and he prepared athletes for life beyond graduation.

Coach was very proud of all the athletes he coached and he wanted all of us to succeed and become the best we could be after our college experience.

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Francis Alleman, Sr.

SCOTT – Francis Alleman, Sr., 76, passed away Sunday, April 11, 2010, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born on April 6, 1934 in Lafayette Parish and passed away peacefully at his residence in Scott, Louisiana surrounded by his loving family. With the exception of his time spent as a member of the United States Army he was a lifelong resident of Lafayette Parish.

Francis is survived by Anna Matte Alleman, his devoted wife of 51 years; his five children, Francis Alleman, Jr. and his wife, Kris, Carlene Richard and her husband, Kenneth, Wanda Moore and her husband, Charlie, Linda Hicks and her husband, Stephen, Michael Alleman and his wife, Lisa; twelve grandchildren, Lauren, David, and Lindsey Alleman, Dana Richard LeBlanc, Jamie Richard, Corey Moore, Hayden and Jansen Hicks, Ryan, Kylie and Hailey Alleman, Jake Albarado; and two great-grandchildren, Gavin Richard and Zoey LeBlanc. He is also survived by sisters, Maydell Guidry and Ann Mire; and a special niece Jane Seaux; plus numerous nephews, nieces, friends, associates and colleagues.

He was preceded in death by parents Cemar and Amelie Duhon Alleman, his sisters Yolande Bourque, Dorothy Burleigh and Cemae Alleman, and a brother Joseph Alleman.

Francis was a devoted, loyal and loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and a friend to all who knew him. He had strong values in life, faith, love, honesty and sincerity. Throughout his career he was a hard working manager who touched the lives of so many people. He was known to give deserving individuals a second chance to succeed in life by providing employment opportunities. Francis mentored all of those around him with patience, wisdom and a clear sense of expectations.

Francis served overseas as a member of the United States Army followed by reserve duty from 1956 to 1962. He was a proud soldier and remained extremely patriotic throughout his lifetime as evidenced by flying the United States Flag continuously outside his residence.

His education included three years of advanced education in Business Administration and Management.

Francis retired from Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in 2005 and was previously employed by LeBlanc’s Wholesale, Marine Security and Lafayette Fruit Company. He thoroughly enjoyed his work and he took great pride in performing outstanding customer service and implementing preventative safety standards.

As a resident of Lafayette Parish, Francis was a parishioner of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Scott and was a former parishioner of St. Jules Catholic Church in Lafayette.

Francis was very community-oriented, supportive of the United States military, appreciative of law enforcement, focused on community safety and he thoroughly enjoyed the outdoors. He was a frequent camper in various campgrounds and national parks. During his fulfilled lifetime he was involved with and supported many organizations. Francis was a longtime member of the Scott Volunteer Fire Department, Knight of Columbus Council #7411, National Rifle Association, Police Association of Lafayette, Louisiana State Troopers Association, Louisiana Sheriff’s Association and Camp Club U.S.A.

He enjoyed camping with his wife Anna as well as all members of his family. Francis also enjoyed the relaxation of fishing and, while on camping trips, safely preparing wonderful campfires of hardwood obtained from the natural habitat within forest areas. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was also a mentor to many of the young people in his neighborhood. He enjoyed a special relationship with his canine pets Angel and Mack.

As a young man, Francis was a talented musician and played in local bands before he went overseas to proudly serve his country in the military. Upon return from his military service he occasionally sang and played guitar and drums at various family-oriented social events.

A sincere, heartwarming thanks to Dr. Paul Breaux, nurse practitioner Jill Hill, Dr. James Cole, Miles Perret Cancer Services and nurse Jo Doucet with Hospice of Acadiana for special care.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at a 2:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, in Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Scott. Reverend Thomas Voorhies, Pastor of Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, will be the Celebrant of the Funeral Mass and will conduct the funeral services. Giftbearers will be Jamie Richard, Lauren Alleman and Lindsey Alleman. Lector and Eulogist is Francis Alleman, Jr. Jodi Bollich, vocalist, accompanied by Wil Green, trumpeter, will sing “Amazing Grace”, “How Great Thou Art”, “The Old Rugged Cross”, “Go Rest High on That Mountain” and “J’irai La Voir Un Jour” for the services. Interment will be in Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery in Scott.

Pallbearers include David Alleman, Francis Alleman, Jr., Michael Alleman, Ryan Alleman, Stephen Hicks, Charlie Moore and Kenneth Richard. Honorary pallbearers are Jake Albarado, Zachary LeBlanc and Corey Moore.

The family requests that visitation be observed in Martin & Castille’s Downtown Lafayette location on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. and Wednesday from 10 a.m. until time of service.

A Rosary will be prayed Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Martin & Castille Funeral Home.

Memorial contributions can be made in Francis Alleman, Sr.’s name to Hospice of Acadiana, 2600 Johnston St., Suite 200, Lafayette, LA 70503.

View the obituary and guestbook online at www.mourning.com

Martin & Castille, 330 St. Landry St.-Lafayette, 234-2311

Published in the Daily Advertiser on April 13, 2010.