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Alan F. Stone

Alan F. Stone, 73, of Sebastian, FL passed away May 14th, 2021 with his family by his side.

Alan was born in Boston, Massachusetts to Marjorie and Edward Stone. He grew up in Natick, Massachusetts and graduated from Natick High School in 1966 and The University of Massachusetts in 1970 with a degree in accounting.

After graduation, he worked for a public accounting firm followed by 2 years in the U.S. Army, stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War. After his service, he worked at Wellman Industries. He later established his own firm, Bennett and Stone, in Palm Beach County. After moving to Sebastian, he worked for StoneAge Fabrication as their accountant. Lastly, he continued his part-time accounting business in Sebastian.

He is survived by his spouse, Nikki, stepdaughter, Donna and spouse, Scott Weinbrecht, and five grandchildren: Donna, Michael, Kaitlyn, Victoria, and Julia, all five of Florida. In addition, he is survived by his siblings: (sisters) Barbara O’Brien and Jeanne Stone and (brothers) Edward Stone and Steven Stone, all of Massachusetts.

Alan loved his family and had a great sense of humor. He attended every school activity, sporting event, and graduation. He enjoyed spending hours with his grandchildren, teaching them how to bake, fish, golf, and play billiards.

He enjoyed cooking, dancing, and shopping with Nikki while loving every moment. Many of his other great qualities included vacationing, fishing, gardening, golfing, theatre, and music with a passion for dressing sharp. He was a member of Saint Sebastian Catholic Church for 20 years and he enjoyed dressing up and entertaining children every Halloween as The Cat in The Hat. He was also a member of The Elks, Golf Association, PGA National Golf Committee, and The Lions Club of Sebastian.

A Memorial Mass will be held at Saint Sebastian Catholic Church, 13075 US HWY 1, Sebastian, FL on Friday, October 29th, 2021 at 11AM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Saint Sebastian Catholic Church in Alan’s name.

Online condolences may be sent to


Sherri D. Leatherwood

May 21, 2021, 3:44 am

Nikki and family – I feel blessed to have known Alan, and wish it had been for a longer period of time. I will always remember the smile on his face at all of the gatherings that Clyde and I were in attendance at with you and he. I extend to you and your family my deepest condolences and pray that you find strength to carry you through your loss.

Sherri Leatherwood

John and Jean Luksa

May 26, 2021, 9:37 pm

Nikki, we were grateful to have known Alan and all the good times we shared with you both. Alan was a very humble man with many talents that he genuinely shared with all he knew. Nikki, lean heavily on The Lord for strength, peace and comfort. You know Alan is in a good place without the pain now. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you with deepest sympathy.

Jean and John Luksa

Nancy Warner

June 6, 2021, 5:33 pm

Nikki, what a beautiful tribute to your loving husband. We witnessed your love for each other every time we were with you. We were so happy to have made such good friends in such a short time who experienced the same trials and who lived so close. May you eventually find peace and comfort as you continue life’s journey. Please accept our sincere condolences for your deep loss and know we are here for you. Lovingly, Nancy and Terry Warner

Nancy Warner

June 6, 2021, 6:00 pm

Dear Nikki, what a beautiful tribute to your dear husband. Whenever we were with you we witnessed the intense love you both had for each other. We were so happy to meet the two of you and became fast friends as we were both experiencing similar situations in our lives and to find out we happened to be close neighbors was so amazing. Please accept our sincere condolences as you continue on life’s journey. We pray that you will eventually find peace and comfort in your loss. We always will be here for you. Lovingly yours, Nancy and Terry Warner

Sharon Curulla

June 10, 2021, 1:36 am

My Dear Nikki – You gave Alan your heart and soul; he had the most loving, conscientious care possible … if there was anything lacking, it was more than made up for by all the love you poured out on him. I know you are grieving deeply and your pain is excruciating. Please know that I place you in the loving arms of Jesus every day in prayer – you are never alone, and Alan is with you always. Thank you for allowing me to walk with you during this time of immeasurable sadness. I pray your tears will soon be transformed into tender kisses in your soul and your memories bless and comfort you in time. My heart aches for you; I’ll always be here for you. May Alan rest in peace and God pour out His blessings upon you. Love, Sharon

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