Reed, Alan Wayne

April 26, 1966 - December 3, 2020

Alan Wayne Reed was born April, 26, 1966 and passed away suddenly on Dec. 3, 2020.  He graduated from JJPearch Highschool, attended UT Austin and earned a BA and MBA in tax accounting from UNT.  He worked in public accounting 10 years before opening his own small business.  Alan was a loving son, brother and uncle.  We will miss him very much.  He loved all sports, watching several at a time, and could tell you all the players and stats.  Alan is survived by his parents, Jim and Linda Reed, his sister and brother-in-law Jean and Gary Sloan, his nephew Jonathan Sloan, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.  A private memorial will be held.

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Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

2 replies on “Reed, Alan Wayne”

Andy Roberts says:

I am so sorry to hear of Alan’s sudden passing. He was a good friend of mine in high school. Bigger than life and always happy.

Alan and I were both in band together. We were also typing buddies in 1984, sharing a two-person desk in Mrs. Solomon’s Typing 101 class. Alan and I had a friendly typing competition, especially during the timed sessions. He usually beat me. We also shared a table at “senior corral” in 1984. It was basically a one hour study session for seniors only. I don’t recall a lot of studying going on; mostly, we chatted about sports and girls.

Anyway, if there is anything I can do, please let me know.

Andy Roberts

Todd Blamire says:

I am so unbelievably saddened to hear of my friends passing. We were the best of childhood friends back when the summers lasted forever. Memories of the trampoline, pool table, and their dog Shag Bag. The thoughts are so thick right now of our friendship, and all of the laughter we shared together. Alan was a great guy. We never had a bad word between us. Going together to the San Antonio Spurs basketball camp and riding our bikes all over Richardson were great times. Alan was a friend. Alan will always be and forever in my heart, and I will miss him greatly. Tears are rolling down my face as I type this. See you on the other side my friend. All my love, Todd.

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