Alan I. Hargreaves | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

November 23, 1936 - December 7, 2019


Alan I. Hargreaves, age 83, of Richfield, passed away on December 7, 2019. Beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend and teacher with a love for lifelong learning and a passion for exploring the world. Survived by wife, Marian; sons, Craig (Kirsten) Hargreaves and Kevin (Lynn) Hargreaves; grandchildren, Emma, Lauren and Kari; siblings, Joel (Pat) Hargreaves, Gail (Agris) Kelbrants, Gary (Linda) Hargreaves and Lora Thompson; nieces and nephews. Alan was preceded in death by parents, Irv and Lola Hargreaves, infant grandson, Thor and nephew Kyle Anderson.






4 Comments

  1. Colleen Porvaznik says:

    My heart goes out to all of you. You all are feeling a pain that you will feel forever! Alan will live forever in you hearts!! May the good Lord give you peace at your great loss. God bless all of you! Much love to all of the Hargreaves family.
    Love,
    Colleen and Marty Porvaznik

  2. Eileen Berge says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. It’s tough enough when you lose a parent or whatever your relationship is in the family, but right before Christmas is especially tough. So I’m thinking about you.

  3. jan furuli says:

    I had the pleasure of playing softball with Al for the last 15 years. He was an awesome pitcher and really taught me a lot about the game. Being one of only two women with the West Metro league, Al was very fair and kind to me. He often would throw me nice, fat, pitches! He called me shnuckiputzi. I was really hoping that was a term of endearment! I will really miss him. My sincere condolences.

  4. Christie Croissant says:

    The earth is emptier without the great lion, Alan. I have been hearing his deep, happy voice in my head for over a week now. Alan was so much a part of our lives and our history, and I want you to know that our family loved him very much. I will never forget his joy at a good joke, the enjoyment he took at being teased, and the sound of his laugh. I will always remember Alan showing us slides of his beloved trips to Europe, eagerly sharing with us what he learned. I will always remember the kindness and compassion he showed us when life presented its adversities to us. Alan was a dear friend to all of us in the Croissant family, and though I can’t be with you in person on Monday and Tuesday, I am very much with you in spirit, Marian, Craig and Kevin.

    Sending you all my love and hugs. Wish I could be there with you.

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