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Alan Loeffler

September 1, 1957 — November 21, 2020

Alan Jay Loeffler, 63, of Home, KS, passed on the afternoon of November 21, 2020. Alan was stricken with cancer, only diagnosed when he was admitted to The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus in Topeka, Kansas, just three weeks prior to his death. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday, December 1 at Kinsley Mortuary in Marysville. Alan and Rochelle will be laid to rest, side-by-side in the Home Cemetery privately on Wednesday, December 2, 2020. Due to COVID-19 there will not be a service. There will be a Celebration of Life ceremony at some time in the future. Alan was born on September 1, 1957 in Kansas City, MO. Alan and his sister Debbie were adopted by Milton and Jennie Loeffler, a wonderful couple who have both since passed. He graduated from Southwest High School in Kansas City in 1975. He was then accepted and attended the Kansas City Art School but did not complete a degree. Alan started his life working for Tension Corporation, sought opportunities in the security industry, spent a tour in the US Army, and finally returned to employment at Tension Corporation as a machine operator. While in the Army from June 1989 to Sept 1990, Alan served as a Track Vehicle Repairer. Alan remarried his first love, Rochelle on May 3, 2014. Alan and Rochelle lived in Marshall County just outside Home, Kansas, with Rochelle’s two daughters, Danielle and Eva. The family are members of Pastor Brad Wicks' flock at Marysville Christian Fellowship. Alan found his true happiness when he reunited with Rochelle and dedicated his life to loving her and the girls in the light of God. In great misfortune, Rochelle passed at home (COVID-19) the day before Alan. Alan is survived by his stepdaughter Danielle Ahern in Dallas, Texas, his stepdaughter Eva Ahern in Home, Kansas, and his sister Debbie Johnson in Overland Park, Kansas. Alan is also survived by a tremendous support group of the Southwest High Alum and another tremendous support group of the Marysville Christian Fellowship. To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Alan Loeffler, please visit our flower store.

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