Alan Stanton Forman
March 7, 2020

Visitation Information

March 11 2020 - 10:00 am
Homewood Cemetery Chapel, 1599 S. Dallas Avenue, (Squirrel Hill) Pittsburgh 15217

Funeral Information

March 11 2020 - 11:00 am
Homewood Cemetery Chapel, 1599 S. Dallas Avenue, (Squirrel Hill) Pittsburgh 15217

Alan Stanton Forman, 74, died on Saturday, March 7, 2020 in Coconut Creek, Florida. Beloved husband of Lois Berman Forman; loving father of Sean Forman (Pamela) and Nicholas Forman (Sheryl); grandfather of Jonah, Lila, Scott, Spencer, and Micah; and brother of Libby Lee Forman Zal. Born and raised in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Alan earned a Bachelor's degree from Geneva College and played on the school's tennis team. He served in the US Army Reserves and worked for the Social Security Administration for 35 years. He lived in Pittsburgh before moving to Florida in 2009. Alan was active at Parkway Jewish Center where he served as a board member. He also coached his sons' soccer and baseball teams and was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan. Services at Homewood Cemetery Chapel, 1599 S. Dallas Avenue, Squirrel Hill on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 11 AM. Visitation at cemetery chapel one hour prior to services (10 - 11 AM). Interment immediately following services. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Alan's memory may be made to Parkway Jewish Center, 300 Princeton Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15235 or Hadassah Wynmoor c/o Bernice Riback, 2802 Victoria Way #F3, Coconut Creek, FL 33066. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated.


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Our deepest condolences. We are so sorry to hear of Alan’s passing.

By Howard and Beverly Filtz - March 12, 2020

Dear Lois and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of loss. While it's been some time since we were in touch, we have thought of you fondly through the years. And we especially recall memories and experiences from the past: such as the joyful time, Lois, when Alan introduced you to us as his future bride. Having known Alan since he and Wanda (along with several other "old" friends) were in district office training together in Pittsburgh East in 1968, we shared not only a history of federal service but also a span of memories and life changing events. And while it saddens us at his passing, we are thankful for his friendship and we trust that memories shared and God's love will help to sustain you and his family.

By David and Wanda Canter Holub - March 10, 2020