Allan L VanLuvanee

September 1, 1926 ~ January 20, 2021 (age 94)


Allan (Al) VanLuvanee has left his earthly family on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 to reunite with his beloved Dorothy in Heaven.  Allan was predeceased by his parents Earl and Nellie (Baker) VanLuvanee, his wife Dorothy (Fletcher) VanLuvanee and his infant son Allan Jr., his brothers Harry (Joyce) and Jerrod (Arlene) VanLuvanee, a granddaughter Kimberly Ryan, and a grandson Jason Rauscher.  Allan is survived by his daughter Mary Goga, his son Charles (Wanda) VanLuvanee, his grandchildren Rich (Heather) Goga, Michael (Hillary) Goga, Kristy Vibbert, Andrea (David) Moore, Thomas VanLuvanee (Kaylee), Josh (Heather) Rauscher, and his great grandchildren Derek, Tori, Damon and Gianna Goga, Kendall Ryan, Jacob and Hannah Vibbert, Ryan Moore, Brody VanLuvanee and Chelsie Rauscher, a sister in law Betty Fletcher, and several nieces and nephews.  Allan’s years of community service include being a Town of Binghamton Councilman, Constable and Assistant Fire Chief, a Boy Scout Leader, President of the Park Terrace Civic Association, and trustee and usher of the Hawleyton Methodist Church.  After his years in the automobile industry, Allan joined the Federal Government first as a Fireman and later as a Federal Protective Officer.  He was a life-long volunteer fireman in the towns of Binghamton and Vestal and in Calabash, NC.  After retirement Allan and his wife Dorothy took many road trips to seek out fire trucks and steam engine trains and lighthouses.  In his later years, Allan enjoyed pizza lunches and watching his great grandchildren play sports.  A graveside service will be held in Floral Park cemetery in the spring. In Allan’s memory, please consider a donation to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, 1 Childrens Circle, Syracuse, NY 13210

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