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In Memory

Leslie Alldredge

Leslie Alldredge
July 17, 1946 - May 22, 2017

Leslie Wayne Alldredge passed away in his sleep in the arms of his precious Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. We are already feeling the loss of this wonderful husband, father and friend. He was dearly loved and, more importantly, he loved dearly. He was born to Scytha and Lynvoy in Gorman, Texas. Because his father was in the military, he lived in several places throughout the nation and 2 years in Germany. His father retired in Fairbanks, Alaska, where Les graduate from Lathrop High School. He was pleased to attend his 50th class reunion in 2014.

He attended University of Alaska Fairbanks, then went on to receive his degree in theology at Abilene Christian College. He married Nancy and they lived in New York for 5 years, then moved back to Alaska, where they raised their five children. He worked for Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., where he held several positions in management then retired after 25 years.

Leslie was a follower of Jesus Christ and spent his live sharing His love and the message of salvation with others, from his outreach work in the inner cities of New York to prison ministries in Alaska. He was a bible teacher and mentor who influenced many lives: A generous man who was always looking for a way to give and be a blessing to everyone.

As an artist, author, avid outdoorsmen and die-hard Cowboys fan, he found many ways to express his artistic and creative abilities. He loved to travel, but especially enjoyed exploring all of Alaska's beauty throughout his life and shared this love with his family on many rugged camping trips. His family shared a close relationship and deep love for their father and he will be dearly missed.

He is survived by his wife, Peggy Alldredge; his children, Aeneas, Christian, Eagle, Amber and James; stepchildren, Jerry and Sherrie; many grandchildren; step-grandchildren; and step-great- grandchildren. All knew of his deep love for them.

A memorial service will be held at Chapel by the Sea on June 3, 2017, at 1 p.m., with a viewing at 12:30 p.m. A reception will be held immediately afterwards. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to AK Correctional Ministries, if desired.

Published in Alaska Dispatch News on May 30, 2017

Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home

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05/30/17 06:38 PM #1    

Bill Howitt

Les was a real nice guy, always helpful, always kind. Sorry to see him go. Rest in peace Les.

05/31/17 09:39 AM #2    

David Sunday

Worked with Les for many years and echo B. Howitt's words.  After retirement, Les and I became very good friends and I will miss our weekly coffee time!

05/31/17 11:20 AM #3    

Mel Jessee

I worked with Les for many years at our Bragaw Street offices where Les provided facility support and ran our huge print shop in the basement of Bragaw 2. Les always greeted you with a big smile and a warm welcome, and I can still see his smiling face. After he left Alyeska our paths rarely crossed, but when they did I always enjoyed catching up and hearing about his latest adventures. He was very passionate about his ministry at the prisons, and making a difference in people’s lives. God bless you Les for all the positive impacts you had on others!

05/31/17 01:12 PM #4    

Larry Motschenbacher

Last year, I was able to get togeather with Les (see Message Forum, 8/25/16 for photo) and really enjoyed the things he shared about the early days of the pipeline and learning about the many activities he was involved in.  

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