October 1st, 2022

Middleton, Alonzo L.

Middleton, Alonzo L.
Obituaries, October 4

Alonzo L. Middleton of Philadelphia, PA on October 01, 2022

Service of Comfort

Thursday, October 13, 2022

11 AM

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Bethel Deliverance International Church

2929 W Cheltenham Avenue Wyncote, PA 19095

Interment

Washington Crossing National Cemetery

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

10 AM

830 Highland Road Newtown, PA 18940

4 Responses

  1. Dale A. Marr says:

    A Poem of Love and Gratitude in memory of Alonzo L. Middleton.
    IN MY HEART
    I thought about you today. But that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and days before that too. I think of you in silence. I often speak your name. Life’s journey was a struggle until you came my way. You gave me the courage and strength that I could journey on. Your infectious laughter and kinds words showed me you understood. The little things you said and did helped lightened up my load. I never really got the chance to say how much it meant.
    Now all I have is memories and your picture in a frame. Your memories are my keepsakes that embedded in my brain. God now have you in his keeping, but I have you in my heart.
    To Middleton Families: Wishing you comfort and peace to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your hearts.
    Dale A. Marr

  2. Dale & Tonalee says:

    To: Middleton’s Family:
    There is no denying that Al touch the lives of many. He was that one of a kind person whom you meet by chance. Once you got to know him; you could not resist loving him. He will be surly missed. May god have mercy and call on him for resurrection. May he Rest In Peace until we meet again. Wishing you comfort and peace to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your hearts.

    Dale A. Marr

  3. Dale A. Marr says:

    A Poem of Love and Gratitude in memory of Alonzo L. Middleton.

    IN MY HEART
    I thought about you today. But that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and days before that too. I think of you in silence. I often speak your name. Life’s journey was a struggle until you came my way. You gave me the courage and strength that I could journey on. Your infectious laughter and kinds words showed me you understood. The little things you said and did helped lightened up my load. I never really got the chance to say how much it meant.
    Now all I have is memories and your picture in a frame. Your memories are my keepsakes that embedded in my brain. God now have you in his keeping, but I have you in my heart.
    Rest In Peace my friend.

  4. Danville Riley says:

    To the Middleton’s family

    My heart is saddened at the passing of my brother and dear friend Al. I met Al and his brother in Jamaica many years ago. When I migrated to the United States our friendship continued we really bonded like brother. I have retired and returned to Jamaica and learned of his passing through a mutual friend. Please accept my condolences. My brother may be gone but I have fond memories that I will forever cherished. Rest In Peace Al.

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