|Birth: ||Mar. 31, 1926|
|Death: ||May 29, 2003|
Y 2, U.S. Navy, WW II.
He graduated from St. Thomas High School and the University of Houston. He served in Guam in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Between World War II and his retirement, he worked in Houston as an accountant for Tenneco Oil & Gas Co., and as a real estate agent for Saffold Realty. He retired to Westwood Shores, outside Trinity, and worked part-time for the Sam Houston State University for several years.
Survivors include his wife, Ann Antill; children, Jeff Antill and his wife, Patsy, Carol Antill, Susan Rhodes and her husband, Joe; stepdaughters, Amanda Strength Stewart and her husband, Scott, Jamie Strength Langford and her husband, Walter; grandchildren, Jennifer Esquivel and her husband, Neil, Laura Morgan, Jeremy & Zachary Strength, Whitney, Stephanie, Cameron, & Laura Langford, and Sara & Sean Stewart; great-grandchildren, Regan, Sydney, & Isaac Esquivel; brother, David Antill and his wife, Martha; sister, Eileen Antill.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Virginia, in 1982; sons, James Charles Antill & John Michael Antill; his parents, James Cranford Antill & Heloise Hartnell, and brother, James Eugene Antill.
Memorial services were conducted at the Lovelady First Baptist Church, Lovelady, TX, Saturday, May 31, 2003.
The family's heart felt thanks go to Jaquita Strength; members of the Lovelady Community, and his many friends at Westwood Shores, for their support during Alan's illness.
Virginia Thomsen Antill (1928 - 1982)
Lura Ann Doherty Strength-Antill (1925 - 2014)*
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Tread lightly, This is a soldiers grave, Who fought in a Foreign land,Not afraid when freedom called they raised their hand, Giving their life they were buried in a simple mound; And yet to folks like you and me It should be Honored Ground.|
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