Alan Picklesimer, 67, of Montevallo, Alabama passed away Thursday evening, April 22, 2021.
Alan was born on November 16, 1953 to Marion (Pic) and Mary Frances Picklesimer, in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Alan attended Thompson High School where he met and later married his wife, Mattie Standifer Picklesimer. After graduation Alan joined the United States Army for four years, serving with the 101st Airborne, with an Honorable Discharge as a Sergeant.
After completing his military service, Alan, Mattie, and son Jason made their home in Montevallo, Alabama.
Along with his lengthy career as a Project Manager at O’Neal Steel and AT&T, Alan enjoyed his hobby as an amazing craftsman wood worker.
Alan’s compassion for others led him to volunteer with the Montevallo Fire Department and the Pea Ridge Fire Department, where he served at one time as their Chief.
Alan Picklesimer was preceded in death by his parents, Marion (Pic) and Mary Frances Picklesimer, his brother Russell Shearer, and his beloved wife Mattie Standifer Picklesimer.
Left to cherish his memory; son, Michael Jason Picklesimer; daughter-in-law, Anna Blackmon Picklesimer; grandsons, Garrett Picklesimer and Wyatt Picklesimer; sister, Judy Belitz; sister in laws, Martha Kelly (Lanny), Margaret Bishop (Spud), Fran Massey (Kenney); and a host of nieces, nephews and close friends.
Visitation will be held at St Thomas Catholic Church in Montevallo (80 St Thomas Way), April 28, 2021 from 10:00 am–11:00 am, with a service to follow at 11:00 am. A graveside service will follow at the National Cemetery, Montevallo, AL, at 12:30 pm.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked to please make donation to:
St. Jude Children’s Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
216 Aquarius Drive
Birmingham, AL 35209
Alan was colleague at AT&T. He was always helpful and cheerful. Will miss him. Deep Condolences.
My deepest condolences. I heart is saddened with these news. I worked with Alan as his peer writing system requirements for AT&T Data Warehouse applications. He was such a easy going, down to earth, simply a delight to work with. Always with a positive attitude, as well as, he would also keep it real, but in an amusing manner. In small conversations, you knew his love for his wife, his family and his Faith. He is missed. May he rest in peace.
My condolences to the Picklesimer Family. Alan and I were colleagues and collaborated on many projects during his tenure at AT&T. He was always a pleasure to work and always willing to assist when needed. He will truly be missed.
Seeing this makes my heart feel heavy.