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Alan Kitto

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Sadly, our friend, Alan Kitto, died in a traffic accident around noon on Wednesay, 5 August 2015.

Alan was a proud United States Veteran of the Army !

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12 hours ago; By Riley Johnson | Lincoln Journal Star

A 53-year-old man died Wednesday afternoon when the scooter he was riding collided with a Chevy Tahoe at 16th and B streets about noon.

The rider was identified Wednesday night as Alan L. Kitto. He was pronounced dead soon after the accident at a local hospital, Lincoln police said.

The scooter was southbound in the center lane of 16th Street when a westbound SUV apparently pulled into its path, Capt. Jeri Roeder said Wednesday night.

Kitto was wearing a helmet, and police do not believe drugs or alcohol were involved. An autopsy has been scheduled for Thursday.

The intersection was closed for several hours as police investigated the accident.

No citations had been issued as of Wednesday night, police said.

From Alan's Facebook page...Alan about Alan:

About Alan.

help others be a voice for others
likes animals and pets

church musician-guitar, piano,lh cello (yes really)
pt: rental mngt, laundry store, dreamer
non smoking, no drinks or drugs, still like to giggle
like to jog, walk dogs, pet cats, read paper, talk
on phone, like theater, ballet and movies. work out
at the Y. enjoy my work, volunteer
play piano at rest homes. like dining out. no
childrens, but like kids. love family and friends. no tv,
i practice my piano. 1/2 santee sioux. i like guitar and cello also. i was in a bad
work accident,feel grateful i have a 2nd chance in life. t.b.i. no i did not see god, but was told it was not my time to see the creator. because i am
an ex military officer, i saluted and moved on. i am no longer an officer, but still a gentleman. akjr

Favorite Quotes.

god is 1st, family is 2nd, i am 3rd

Yes, Alan, you were an awesome gentleman !


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