Alexander Edwin Nellis
August 14, 1909 - July 8, 2004
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Alexander ?Al? Edwin Nellis, 94, Taylors, SC, husband of Dorothy Zollars Nellis, passed July 8, 2004, at St. Francis Hospital. Born in Grosse Isle, Michigan on August 14, 1909, he was the son of Frank and Mary Nellis. Mr. Nellis was predeceased by three siblings. Mr. Nellis attended Western Michigan University where he was a…

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Natalie H. Wienert left a message on October 10, 2018:
Thank you, Mr. Allen, for thinking of and remembering my grandfather! I was just thinking of him and thought I’d check his guestbook and saw your post. Thank you, again!
Stan and Suzanne Gibson left a message on March 6, 2015:
It was a pleasure to know Al and play tennis with him. He was amazing. He is missed by us all.
Sheila Jenkins MCI left a message on March 6, 2015:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. God Bless.
Rick and Nona Walser left a message on March 6, 2015:
Our warmest thoughts to all of the Hoskins family. Mr. Nellis was a smiling inspiration to those who knew him, and an example of how to enjoy life.
Richard G. Hoskins left a message on March 6, 2015:
Al Nellis was my grandfather. I wish to thank you all for your comments and condolonces.He was an amazing man who lived every moment of his life to its fullest. More amazing is the seemingly endless list of things he accomplished.He was loved by many, and
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Natalie left a message on March 6, 2015:
Al Nellis is my grandfather. I was so proud of him. I loved him dearly and now he is gone, and I will truly miss him until I see him again one day.
Muriel & Frank Van Auken left a message on March 6, 2015:
Although I missed speaking to you at the funeral, Troy, I did want you to know how much Al has meant to us and our church. He re-introduced me to tennis 30 years ago by giving me a racquet. We bought Chevettes together from Charles Ashmore's fleet. He tau
Mayor Tim Durand left a message on March 6, 2015:
Sorry to hear about the passing of Al Nellis. He was a pioneering citizen in the City of Riverview. I fondly remember him as a math teacher at Huntington School. Condolences on behalf of the City of Riverview. Mayor Tim Durand
Lisa Cook left a message on March 6, 2015:
My children and I will miss seeing Mr. Nellis's smiling face in front of Mitchell Rd. Elementary. I'm sure he touched many lives. The Cook family- Ashford, Lisa, Hunter, Riley and Greyson
Kat Wolf Stewart left a message on March 6, 2015:
Chuck, my thoughts are with you Sherry and your family. Your grandfather sounds like an incredible man and I only wish we would have had the opportunity to meet him. Kat & Julian
Jack Allan left a message on March 6, 2015:
Al was an excellent example of an outstanding professional educator. I was privileged to have had the opportunity to work with Al for twenty plus yours in Riverview. He taught me to enjoy badminton @ tennis.
Ian, Ena and Kerry Wylie left a message on March 6, 2015:
We are sad at Al's leaving us and we sympathise with your loss. Al was an inspiration to us all with his continued interest in sports and fitness and his unselfish services to the community over many years. We shall miss seeing him around Greenville and,
Chuck Hoskins left a message on March 6, 2015:
"Enough to Be Around" Some want to be rich And make a big sound It?s enough for me Just to be around Happiness is Life And Happiness found When you find you?re happy Just to be around -A poem by Al Nellis published in Shadows and Light Th
Tom J. Ervin left a message on March 6, 2015:
My wife, Kathryn Williams, and I wish to express our sincere sympathy to the family of Al Nellis. We are close friends of his grandson, Rob Hoskins. We will be thinking of Rob, Dorothy, Sharon, Troy and all members of Al's extended family at this time. S
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