EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

November 5, 2013

Alfred Mickee Jr.


Boynton Beach, FL — Alfred J. Mickee, Jr., 67, passed away on October 29, 2013, in Boynton Beach, Fla., surrounded by his loving family.

Al was the energy director for the Greater Lawrence Community Action Council, Inc. for over 30 years, where he aided low-income families to receive the assistance needed to keep their families warm. He received many awards for his achievements at his work.

He was an avid golfer and a member of the Merrimack Valley Golf Club in Methuen, where you could see him playing rounds of golf in his spare time. He was proud when he got a “hole-in-one” on June 27, 1999, with a seven iron shot at 170 yards on the 10th hole. His team won the Kerrie Ann Kattar Memorial Tournament in 2012 in his bracket. Golf was his passion.

Al loved to play darts, and was a member of the Berkeley Social Club, The Concordia Club and the Rocky Club, all located in Lawrence, Mass.

Al was a passionate photographer, taking photos of everyone and everything that struck his heart, often times pausing the golf game to take a photo of a sunset, or a bird that he thought was beautiful.

Al was the son of the late Alfred J. Mickee Sr. and Irene Stoessel Mickee. He is survived by his loving Wife, Tari Mickee of Boynton Beach; son Alfred J. Mickee III of Crescent City, Calif.; daughters, Stephanie Howard of Boynton Beach, Brianne Delaney and husband, Martin Delaney of Boynton Beach, Arianna Seguin and husband, Emmanuel Seguin of Westford, Mass.; and son, Scott French of Tucson, Ariz.

He also is survived by his brother, Bruce Mickee, Ormond Beach, Fla.; and twin sisters, Caron Mickee Kniaz of Somersworth, N.H., and Sharon Morley, wife of Michael Morley Sr., Haverhill, Mass.

He sadly leaves behind several grandchildren whom he cherished and adored, Ashley, Elisabeth, and Isabelle Mickee, Gavin Delaney, Casey, Scott Jr., and Skyler French. He also is survived by nephew, Michael D. Morley II; nieces Melanie Foley and Sarah Kniaz; several grand-nieces and grand-nephews; and so many dear, dear friends, whom he loved and who loved him very much.

ARRANGEMENTS: A private service was held in Boynton Beach for family members. A memorial service will be held in the springtime in Methuen, Mass. Please contact his wife, Tari, at amickee@comcast.net, if you would like more information regarding the memorial service. An email will be sent when arrangements are complete to those who have requested information via email.

Condolences to the family may be sent through our dear friend, Rick Dewhirst, at www.dewhirstfuneral.com.