Alan Merten Obituary | Alan Merten Death | Passed Away – Dead | Cause Of Death | Funeral Plans – Alan Merten Has Died at age 78, DeadDeath learned May 22, 2020.
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Alan Merten obituary and funeral plans
As of today, May 212, 2020, the obituary and funeral arrangement of the deceased has not been learned. However, there have been several obituaries in the same name on Legacy, an online obituaries website that publishes death and obituary news.
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Alan Merten took a chance on me, and delivered when I needed him to.
Rest well my friend, I am eternally grateful for you. pic.twitter.com/BCTz4G1ebt
— Michael W. Nickens (@DocNix12) May 21, 2020
My heart is sad to hear about former @GeorgeMasonU President Alan Merten’s passing. My fondest memories include him shooting t-shirts into the stands, fist pumping to the @gmugreenmachine, making pancakes for graduates, and standing beside him at the @marchmadness tournament pic.twitter.com/d4u5DDsduR
— Megan Neforos (@TheMrsNeforos) May 21, 2020
Terribly saddened to hear former @GeorgeMasonU president Alan Merten passed away. I was honored to be on his team, and have his support for pioneering efforts to expand access and inclusion. My thoughts are with his wife Sally and his family. May his memory be for a blessing
— Andrew Flagel (@deanflagel) May 21, 2020
This man is a big reason my time at Mason was so amazing. RIP to Alan Merten aka The Prez pic.twitter.com/Aut057npoU
— Mike Mo (@GivMeSome_Mo) May 22, 2020