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Alan Zelkind

Alan Zelkind

Alan Zelkind

Alan Bruce Zelkind, a teacher, real estate agent and property manager, passed away May 1, 2019, in Denver. Rabbi Sara Gilbert officiated at the May 5 graveside service at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

“Alan was a devoted and beloved husband, father and grandfather, as well as a dedicated and caring teacher and friend,” the family said.

Mr. Zelkind was born Jan. 28, 1949, in Washington, DC. He came to Denver as a young child.

He graduated from Aurora Central High School, earned his undergraduate degree at CSU and graduate degree at UNC.

Mr. Zelkind married Renee Zelinger Zelkind on Aug. 22, 1971.

A biology teacher at Aurora Central High School, he also was a real estate agent and property manager.

Mr. Zelkind is survived by his wife Renee Zelkind; children Michelle (Michael) Zeppelin and Aimee (Ethan) Lazarus; brothers Glen (Bobbie) Zelkind and Donald (Dora) Zelkind; and grandchildren Zoey, Zachary and Sean Lazarus.

Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, c/o the Alan Zelkind Memorial Fund, 2460 W. 26th Ave., #500C, Denver, CO 80211.




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