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Allan Dreyer

 


  

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Larabee Family
Allen has always been so kind and warm-hearted. He will be missed by all who have had the pleasure to know him. We are so very sorry for your loss, Barb, Blake, Stephanie, and family. Love, hugs, and prayers to/for you all. The Larabee Family

Jeanie Butler
Thank you for dedicating your life to education Mr. Dreyer. My deepest condolences for the family and friends as there were so many. You were the kindest soul I know and I will always remember you this way.

Mike & DeeDee Twiehaus
Barb and family, Please accept our sympathy and condolences.

Cathy A Quest
I was so sorry to hear of Allan\'s passing.He was always friendly and helpful-a true ambassador for the school district and city. He will be so missed by his family and many, many others.

Cheryl Reese
My heart goes out to the whole family at this time. I have been gone from Warrenton for many years so I did not know Barb or the boys. I knew his parents, him, Karen, Gail and Gary. They are all good people. I will always picture Alan with a smile on his face just like his Dad. With Heartfelt Sympathy, Cheryl Reese.

Rachel Harris
So sorry to hear this news Allen was a wonderful man and will be missed.

Noni Darrah class of 77\'
I am so sorry for your loss. Allen was my mentor, my teacher, my softball, coach, my daughter\'s principal, and most of all my friend. He never failed to give me a hug when he saw me, no matter where we were. In my eyes he was in the true sense a Gentle Man. I will miss him greatly.

Mary Ann Wippermann (Class of 1966)
My heartfelt sympathy to Barb and the boys as well as Karen, Gail, and Gary and their families. I was shocked when I received the news of Allan\'s passing from our fellow classmate. While I have been gone from Warrenton for over 50 years, I know that Allan was very dedicated to the school/students, the community of Warrenton, and Warren County. He will be greatly missed by many. I, too, will miss him at our class reunions.

Janice Holt
My heart is saddened by the loss of such a great man. I will miss his contagious smile and laugh. He was the only teacher who could ever explain algebra to me. He was an amazing principal who taught me so much. I am praying for all who loved this man as I have. Warrenton has truly lost a good one!!! With deepest sympathy, Janice Mertens Holt

Leslie Plum James
Sympathy and prayers to Allan’s family. I have had him on my mind very often lately because of my class reunion coming up. I had E-mailed him through his school board link a couple of weeks ago to encourage him to “crash” our reunion because I had so wanted to reconnect with him. He was my first boyfriend and love and one never forgets that person. He was so kind and sweet and not easily forgotten. I understand he did many great things for the Warrenton community and has a wonderful wife and two great sons and even a couple of grandchildren. I’m so sorry I did not get that catching up chat I was looking forward to. I remember him talking about being the man of the family at such a young age but took his position very seriously after his father passed away at watching over Karen,Gail and Gary. He was truly the Prise of the Dreyer family. Take solace in the fact that you were loved and cherished by such an amazing man. May your memories comfort you always. Leslie James

Ronald Patrick
Sorry for your loss He will be missed but not forgotten.

Peggy
Iam so sorry for your loss. Mr Dreyer will be missed by many. You have my deepest sympathy. May you feel Gods loving arms around you at this time of sorrow.

Jack Plaggenberg
I can\'t help but refer to him as \"Mr.Dryer\" as that\'s what I always knew him as. I remember him as one of the kindest, nicest, and most well liked person I\'ve ever encountered. He was my teacher in high school yet he seemed like \'one of the guys\' more than a teacher. Later on, my own kids had him, and he took special interest in my daughter Angie. I would see him in town while she was going to collage studying to become a teacher, and hear him yelling Jack, Jack, how is Angie doing in collage? After she graduated, she was having a rough time getting a job in this one horse town with its \"clicks\" and he wrote her a wonderful letter of recommendation. He\'d be proud to know that she\'s married with 2 beautiful girls and is teaching in Centralia, IL where she and her family live. I know heaven is a glorious place, but I\'m sure it\'s even brighter now that Mr Dreier is there. I last seen him last fall at the farmer\'s market here in town, and except for a few more grey hairs, he was the same cheerful person I\'ve ever known. My heart goes out to his family he has left behind. I\'m sorry I missed the visitation, but I didn\'t hear about it until it was over. God Bless you Mr.Dreyer I\'ll see you when I make it to heaven too.

Jeanette Balady
I was so saddened to see on Facebook on Sunday morning that Allan had passed away. Allan was one of my best friends all through high school. He was the true blue - always there to listen and be a friend when one was needed. He made me laugh every time we were together. Although our lives grew apart after college, I never forgot his friendship. Karen, Gail and Gary, Allan will always be in your hearts. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Jeanette Balady

Candy Bass
Mrs. Dreyer, I am so sorry to hear. My prayers go out to you & your family. He was a great Math teacher even though I wasn\'t great in Geometry. He was a patient teacher for sure and will be greatly missed.