Alan was born in N.J. and was raised in the Bronx. He graduated from Glen Cove High School. He moved to Brevard 35 years ago and resided in Rockledge. His passion in life was fishing, handyman work and painting most of all. If you met Alan you were friends forever, that's how special he was. He loved going to baseball and football games, wrestling matches with his two sons and screaming in the bleachers.
Al, you may have not been our biological father but you were the best dad we could ever ask for. Not a day will go by without us wishing you were here to see our family grow and mature. We will remember all the times we forgot to bring stuff to school, practices, and our games without hesitation, you would drop what ever you were doing to help us out. Al would give the shirt off his back if anyone would ask. We'll cherish all the memories we have of you and want to say "thank you" for everything you have done for us. We love you dearly. ~Clint and Conner
Alan is predeceded by his mother Angelica Cruz and his sister Evelyn Chiocca. Alan leaves behind his loving and devoted wife Amy M. Angulo; sons Clint Horvath (Lisa) and Conner Horvath (Julie); grandsons Peter and Gabriel; daughters Rasheedah and Christina Angulo; sisters Joanne Angulo and Vivian Torres, brothers Jose Angulo and his wife and Alba Angulo. He also leaves behind many more grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, sister and brother-in-law Tony and Nelly Rosado and Robert and Leslie Perez, Melvin Bishop, and three longtime friends.
A memorial service is planned for Saturday June 11, 2022 at 11:00 A.M. at Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care- Melbourne Chapel at 1001 S. Hickory Street.