Allen S. Breisch
                                          August 22, 1945 -- March 18, 2021

Allen S. Breisch, 75, of Middlebury, passed away after a short illness in the
comfort of his own home on Thursday, March 18. He was born August 22,
1945 in Pottsville, PA. Al worked his whole life, even after retirement.              
He was a semi-truck driver for 48 years and a member and bartender at the
American Legion of Middlebury for 38 years. He had a love for the game of
cards and ran the poker nights as well. For the last three years he was a
dedicated hauler for the Amish community. Al attended First United  
Methodist Church of Middlebury and had a tremendous love for Jesus. Allen
is survived by his loving wife Delsa M. Breisch of 48 years, five children,
eleven grandchildren, six great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild
who called him Pop Pop. Pop was a people person, full of jokes. There was
no stranger on earth to him. He would give anything to someone in need and
was always there to help. Pop was one of the most humble, caring, warm
hearted person you would ever encounter. He will leave behind a profound
legacy that will live in our hearts forever. Pop pop you will be missed greatly
by many and we all love you so much! Cremation services will be provided  
by Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury, with final resting place at Grace
Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Allen chose not to have a viewing. He wants
people to remember him just the way he was while on earth.



                
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From: John Doeden
Delsa, I am so sorry for your loss of a truly great man in Al. We knew him
as "Big Al", not just for his size, but for his heart as well. I will miss him a
lot. He was a great friend.
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From: Greg Krider
Delsa, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Al. What a wonderful,
friendly guy. He was a joy anytime you could talk to him. I enjoyed getting
to know him at church also. He will be so missed.

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From: John and Carla Mullen
Delia, just read this and am SO sorry! Always enjoyed talking to Al!
(remember me, I sold you Avon for a while)! Take care of you. Sincerely

                                 
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