In Memory

Allen Agor - Class Of 1972

Allen Agor

Allen T. Agor passed away on February 13, 2014 after courageously battling leukemia.   After graduating from Zama American High School in 1972, Allen served briefly in the U.S. Coast Guard then continued to honorably serve his country as a dedicated and loyal Civil Servant with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence.

Allen is survived by his wife of 25 years, Chris. 

Memorial Services were held on Saturday, 22 March at the Holy Trinity Church.  Visitation was from 11:00-11:30 a.m.; services began at 11:30 a.m.  Aloha attire.  Donations to the National Leukemia & Lymphoma Society were requested in lieu of flowers.

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05/21/14 02:23 PM #1    

Pete Pomerleau (1976)

With great sadness on your passing.  May your family find peace in all the years you were able to spend together.  To your wife, may god bless you.  We all meet again.  

05/21/14 02:37 PM #2    

Donna Cauthen (Buchanan) (1973)

So sorry to hear of Allen's passing. I remember him fondly as I knew him in high school Zama, I was class of 1973. Many prayers for his family. Donna Cauthen Buchanan 

05/21/14 02:55 PM #3    

Rick Clark (Hyatt) (1971)

My heartfelt condolences. Never forget that one last meeting of the Karate Club held in the locker room where the others discussed their birthdates and how that reflected on the long term mission I was to be used as.  Alan had said that he couldn't be the contact man, as he had some kind of genetic short life span, in spite of his birthday.  Some of you girls will remember from the staged yearbook albulm how I was fed an aphrodesiac in a coke before the workout and how it showed.  No, such was not commonly available at the time, and only to high ranking Intel operatives - It just was part of the Legend being built for me.  I'm hoping my mission's over with, now, this month of March of 2017.  I've heard that you plan to sue me, Rottenberry, should the espionage-related family inheritance of mine ever goes through, but first of all, you'll have to stand in line behind a lot of gold-digger wanttabes, and second, it was you who started the fight and challenged me to it, remember, before you got me into a headlock  I couldn't get out of while you were pounding my skull?

On another note, who else remembers grad night and playing pool at the Teen Club?  The girls who were so kind as to dance one dance with me in spite of my designed "Despicability?"  I still remember the scent of your perfume.

10/26/14 02:28 PM #4    

Phyllis Greer (Goodrow) (1976)

Miss you so much, Oni-chan...  

10/27/14 06:57 AM #5    

Rose Gillespie (1972)

What a gentle soul he was and I am the better for having known him. He introduced me to karate, and encouraged and trained with me until I got my black belt.  He was both patient and a great teacher (and friend.)

10/27/14 10:55 AM #6    

Cynthia Black (1972)

I am so sad and want to give my sympathy to Allen's wife and family.

02/19/15 11:15 AM #7    

Kal Wong Jr.

It has been a year since Allen passed away.  I first met Allen at a government meeting after the 9/11 tragedy.  Allen worked as a Special Agent with the FAA at the time and we later talked and learned that we played football against each other in Japan (Zama vs Yamato).  Allen was a professional and an outstanding investigator and the U.S. Government was fortunate to have a hard working and motivated individual.  Life throws many curves and Allen was taken away much too early.  Rest in Peace my friend. 

03/28/17 12:31 PM #8    

Pat Rotenberry (Mitchell) (1972)

Still in my thoughts and missed.

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