Alan Paul Siegel, 69 years old, peacefully passed away on May 8, 2022. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Donna (Peeler) Siegel of Easton, MA; his three children, Kimberly Matakanski and her husband Mark of MA, Crystal Siegel of FL, and Joshua Siegel of MA; his four grandchildren, Jocelyn, Caleb, Luke, and Ethan Matakanski; his four siblings, Linda Sullivan and her husband Rick of CT, Noran Siegel of HI, Leslie Acquaviva and her husband Sam of CT, and Larry Siegel of FL; and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Leon and Rosiland (Katz) Siegel.
Alan was a very loving, kind, joyful, and generous man of God who dedicated his life to his family, friends, church, and clients, many who became friends. He strived to daily live his life with integrity based on his Christian beliefs and principles. He welcomed the opportunity to discuss religion, politics, and finances. Through his dedication and care for others, he became a mentor, guide, counselor, and friend for countless people within his large network. Alan grew up in West Hartford, CT and enjoyed summers at the beach house in White Sand Beach. After graduating Northeastern University, where he met his wife Donna, he received his MBA from Babson College. He was a goal oriented entrepreneur and business owner. After selling insurance, he established his own Christian based business as a Certified Financial Planner, which he successfully ran for nearly thirty years. He used his skills and knowledge of finances as a ministry to serve others. Alan will always be remembered by his sacrificial love to his family, friends, and community.
Alan consistently volunteered himself with many locally based groups and organizations. He was Chairman of the first Habitat for Humanity house built in Easton. Alan became an involved member of the Easton JayCees and then the Easton Lions Club for almost 40 years. As a Lion, Alan was a member of the Board of Directors, served on the Scholarship Committee, and volunteered annually for the Holiday Festival and the Auction. In 1996 Alan was presented with the Melvin Jones Award, the club’s highest recognition.
In Alan’s words, he had a strong and fervent love for “organizing and promoting Men's Ministry in order to help win souls for Christ.” Alan spent many years working with Promise Keepers. He is one of the founders of Men’s Night Out, offering food and fellowship to Christian men through an evening program several times a year for a few decades. He helped facilitate a weekly men’s Bible study through his church.
Alan’s kindness, generosity, integrity, love, laughter, and spirituality are core memories his family carries forward. Alan will be etched in their hearts and always missed.
All are welcome to attend a Memorial Service followed by a gathering on Sunday, May 15, 2022 from 3:00-6:00 at The Fellowship located at 604 Foundry St. in S. Easton, MA. Please come and share your memories, pictures, and thoughts with family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Alan’s name to The Fellowship to continue Alan’s work and love of Jesus, or to a charity he donated to, including the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.
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