ALAN D. DEMARS

Alan

     Alan D. DeMars age 52, of Kingman, AZ and formerly Warsaw and Faribault, died on Friday, December 28, 2007 at his home in Kingman.
      Mass of Christian Burial will be on Saturday, January 5, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at Divine Mercy Catholic Church at Sacred Heart, Faribault.
      Visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault, on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
      Alan D. DeMars, the son of Ernest A. “Bud” and Mary (Weingartz) DeMars, was born on February 2, 1955 in Faribault. He graduated from Faribault High School and married Renee Wadekamper in 1979. Alan and Renee moved to Colorado in 1980 where he managed a KOA Campground for several years. They moved back to Faribault in 1985 and Alan worked for Met-Con prior to moving to Arizona. In the fall of 2001, he and Renee moved to Kingman, AZ. He began working at the Juvenile Detention Center in February of 2002, and later went to work for the Probation Department as a Work Coordinator/Service Officer. In 2007, Alan was given the highest honor of “Employee of the Year” for the State of Arizona. Alan was very well liked by all of his co-workers.
Alan is survived by his wife, Renee, of Kingman, AZ; two sons, Paul and Nicholas; his mother, Mary DeMars, of Faribault; 11 siblings, Andy (and Kay) DeMars of Lakeville, Barb Duckette of Faribault, Trish (and Chuck) Kratt of Oakdale, Jeannette Boyd of Faribault, Bonnie (and Gene) Sassor of Afton, Joe (and Evon) DeMars of Rochester, Ernie (and Deb) DeMars of Faribault, Peter DeMars of Faribault, Sue (and Val) Kruger of Morristown, Terry (and Diane) DeMars of Faribault, and Jeff (and Ellie) Demars of Warsaw; and other relatives and friends.
      He was preceded in death by his father and his son, Nathan, in 2004.
   


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below


Name:
Todd Dusbabek
Email:
Date:
Sunday April 13, 2008

Memories

Visiting Alan and his family out in Colorado with my mother, in the early 1980's.


Name:
Connie (Thielbar) Reineke
Email:
CLT@MYCLEARWAVE.NET
Date:
Friday January 04, 2008

Memories

I remember Allan as a little boy, being one of the oldest cousins I can remember him as a little stinker, everytime his brother Andy would play with us, Allan would always get his attention and would like to stop what ever we were doing, he was a cute mischievous little one as boys will be. I raised 3 boys and now have had the same expierence. Allan was to young to be taken from this earth..God does rule us all and he must have had a reason..I know he will be welcomed by his son...My prayers are with you all. I wish I could be there, we are now in Az. we left Jan 1. Love Connie


Name:
Ben and Ann
Email:
aprochaska@frontiernet.net
Date:
Thursday January 03, 2008

Memories

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time, Sue I think of you often and may god help your find family peace