In Memory

Alan Burstein

Dr. Alan George Burstein,72, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida passed away on Thursday March 5, 2020. Alan was born September 10, 1947 in Buffalo, New York to Edith Burstein (nee Krieger) and Jacob Burstein.

Alan is survived by his wife of 49 years, Sharon Burstein (nee Kaiser); daughter Lisa Cannan (Tim Cannan); and daughter Dr. Marcy Burstein (Matt Fuchs); grandson Miles Fuchs and granddaughter Juliet Cannan.

Funeral Services and Burial for Alan will be held Monday, March 9, 2020 from 2:30 PM to 3:00 PM at IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches, 9321 Memorial Park Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33412.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Burstein family.

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03/21/20 01:43 PM #3    

Winifred Owen (Reed)

Rest in Peace

03/21/20 02:12 PM #4    

John Baker

How sad and how now I wish we had kept in touch after high school. Alan was so funny and full of joy; happy memories of laughing like crazy over the silliest things back then. Condolences to the family.



03/21/20 04:04 PM #5    

Arthur Sierzenga (Sierzenga)

Rest in peace  Alan!!

03/21/20 05:08 PM #6    

Cheryl Link (Johnson)

It’s so sad to see another classmate ‘s passing.  Each day is a gift .  RIP Alan 

03/21/20 08:24 PM #7    

Paul Santa Maria

Alan may you Rest In Peace! My sincere condolences to your family. Barbara and Cheryl are working on a website in Heaven! God Bless!

03/22/20 03:05 AM #8    

Ronald Holtz

Very sad to hear of Alan's passing.   We both enjoyed our time spent on Miss Schwabe's Lab Squad.   Rest in peace!

03/22/20 12:31 PM #9    

Howard Buch

Alan and I were friends from elementary school. Even though we stopped communicating, I will never forget our time together. Rest in peace

03/22/20 12:38 PM #10    

Patricia Hoffmann (Andrea)

My condolences to Alan's family. Alan always made me laugh in high school!  Fond memories of his wonderful smile!

03/29/20 12:20 PM #11    

Eugenia Brown (McAlexander)


Rest in peace Alan. You lived a good life. Condolences to your family.

I remember you having a pretty good sense of humor.


06/10/20 12:12 AM #12    

William Kokolus

compassionate physician, always a positive outlook on life, good buddy, deeply missed

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