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Alexander Shukis, 92, of Peachtree City

Alexander Shukis of Peachtree City passed away September 6, 2012 after 92 years of a wonderful life.

He was married to the late Betty Shukis and is survived by his children Peter Shukis of Houston Texas, Sally Shukis of Long Branch N.J., Julie Adams of Peachtree City, and beloved son Patrick Shukis.

Al was known for his generosity, thoughtfulness, and desire to make others happy. He was an Army Air Corps veteran who flew the B-17 and B-29 during the war. He also flew his beloved Beechcraft Bonanza for years and was best known as the dawn patrol for his early morning flights. The last 15 years of his life playing golf with all his buddies here in Peachtree City were filled with wonderful memories and was a truly cherished time for him.

Throughout his late life Al was best known as gramps to many, with seven grandchildren and another seven great-grandchildren. He was loved by all and will be truly missed.


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