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of Buffalo, MN

August 24, 1970 – April 22, 2024

Visitation

Friday, May 3, 2024

begins at 9:00 a.m. until the service time

Church of St. Francis Xavier – Buffalo, MN

Mass of Christian Burial 

Friday, May 3, 2024

11:00 a.m.

Church of St. Francis Xavier – Buffalo, MN

reception at the church immediately following the mass

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred

Private Family Interment

Age 53 of Buffalo, MN passed away at his residence on April 22, 2024.

Allan was born the son of Robert & Mary Lou (VanNurden) Mobley on August 24, 1970 in Buffalo, MN.

He attended school in Buffalo until his Buffalo High School graduation in 1988. Allan was united in marriage to Natalie (Olejar) on October 21, 1994 in Buffalo, MN. Buffalo was where Al had grown up and this is where Natalie and he raised their two sons, Robert & Alex.

Al worked at NW Asphalt, was co-owner of AWS and currently had been working at Ramsey Construction.

Al loved to travel and spend time with Natalie traveling to numerous places. Whether he was at the casinos in Las Vegas, going on a cruise or at his favorite location, Mazatlan, Al always enjoyed the time together.

Allan loved spending time on Pulaski Lake with his family and friends. He will always be remembered for the sloooow rides on the pontoon around the lake.

Allan is survived by his wife: Natalie; sons, Robert Mobley and Alex Mobley; parents, Robert & Mary Lou Mobley; siblings, Charlene Seaman and Sheila (Dave) Crawford; mother-in-law, Ramona Olejar-Boke; sisters-in-law, Stacy Olejar, Andrea (Brian) Eggert and Janine (Shawn) Reddington; also many nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his twin sister, Andrea Cottew; brother-in-law, Rob Seaman; nephew, Nate Cottew.

 

 

12 Guestbook Entries

  1. BECKY DELESKI

    Bob and Mary Lou…My heart breaks for your loss…I’ll always remember a young boy coming to Holmquist Bakery after school…to buy his peanut chews from me..he became such a nice man..so sorry for you and your family’s loss.❤Becky

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  2. Maggie Aydt

    So sorry Natalie to hear the passing of your husband Al. He was one of my favorite. I kept up with all of your travels to Florida and elsewhere through Facebook. Your mom also kept me up-to-date on you and your family. I will say some special prayers for him, so he will be in the hands of God. My sympathy goes to you and your family for his loss.
    Love, Aunt Maggie

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  3. On Stage Student

    Natalie is my dance teacher and has been for years. I always remember seeing old Al behind the curtains on the side of the stage helping out during recitals, it’ll be different in the future for sure. I’m so sorry Natalie, my heart breaks for you and your family. I’m so sorry for your loss. 💕

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  4. Brenda DesMarais

    Bob and Mary Lou, I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories. My Grandpa and Grandma lived next to you and loved your family .

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  5. Drew Anderson

    Al was a good man,I can’t imagine what the family is going thru, especially after the recent loss of Andrea. I pray for the family and give my deepest sympathies…

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  6. Del Haag

    Prayers and thoughts to the entire Mobley Family, R.I.P Alan.

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  7. Karen. Colleran

    Oh Al. May you rest in peace! To the Mobley family You are in my prayers 🙏🏼. I can’t imagine the loss of your lovely twins. Andrea and now Allen. !! May God give you the strength to go through this difficult time! It’s so loving that your friends and neighbors are there for you! God Bless

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  8. SCOTT Beck

    So very sorry for your loss Natalie he was way to young prayers for your family.

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  9. Duane Weller

    Still trying to get it in my head that he is gone. I met Al when I moved to the area. He was the first person in the neighborhood to welcome us, he came over and said hi I’m Alan was wondering if you wanted me to mow your yard. The rest is history. He will be missed very much by me and everyone that knew him.

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  10. Dan Gutknecht

    Heartbreaking to hear of this. Much sympathy and condolences to the family. Hard to believe and imagine. May the Lord comfort you in this difficult time. So sorry and prayers for you and the family.

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  11. William and Judith Coolen

    Bob, Mary Lou, and Families, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. So heartbreaking. Sending our prayers that time will heal your sorrow and warmest memories remain.

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  12. William and Judith Coolen

    Bob, Mary Lou, and Families. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. So heart breaking. Sending our prayers, that time will heal your sorrow and warmest memories remain.

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