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Lt. Col Alan J. Pineault, RETIRED

alan pineault, retired

December 29, 1947 ~ November 16, 2022

Born in: Winchendon, Massachusettes
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Alan J. Pineault, age 74, passed away Nov. 16, 2022, in San Antonio, Texas. He was born the son of Alfred and Mary Pineault in Winchendon, Massachusetts. He was one of two children. He served in the US Air Force as an Officer and Enlisted for 26 years. He served in the Vietnam War and later joined the Chaplaincy. He attended Lowel Technological Institute and received a Bachelor of Science in Physics. Immediately after, attended Dallas Theological Seminar to attain his Master of Theology. His military assignments allowed him to pastor local community churches. He loved his Lord Jesus Christ, his family, and friends. He dedicated his life to preaching the gospel and serving his country. He was an avid golfer, achieving many tournament victories. He is survived by his wife Brenda Pineault of 52 years, son Daniel Pineault, daughter Kristina Pineault, sister Kimberly Burris and spouse Joseph Budney of Spencer, NY.

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  1. CandleImageA wonderful friend and pastor. He had an exceptional understanding of God’s Word and the ability to rightly divide it. I’m so thankful to our Lord Jesus that Alan and Brenda have touched so many lives including mine through their ministry. I’m going to miss him, but I know I’ll see him soon. Alan leaves a tremendous legacy for Christ behind him! I love you brother! See you at the Feet of Jesus!

  2. CandleImageI served with in Okinawa in the early 1990’s. He was a great man of God, officer, friend & golfing buddy. He will be sorely missed. R.I. P. Big Al!

  3. CandleImagePrecious memories…Newport Baptist Church: meeting Al and Brenda, Gregg renewing his Trust in God, our 3 sons Andy, Jon, Jim, being dedicated to the Lord and Al and Brenda becoming their Godparents, Gregg and Julie ( and Bruce) baptized by Al at our cabin on Seymour Lake, hunting…deer hunting… at our home, Gregg and Al, interrupted lunch to run outside in socks to shoot a nice Buck, passing by the house! Gregg driving to Maine to pick up the big green couch, being gifted our first mini-van, and Tammy, our dog adventure!
    Thankful for your faithfulness to bring God’s hope back into our lives…we were changed forever!
    All our love, Gregg and Julie

  4. CandleImageAlan was a great man and neighbor. He was present and blessed our son before our son was shipped to USMC Bootcamp Dan Diego.

    Rest In Peace Alan…….

  5. CandleImageMay he Rest In Peace, Love & Joy in the arms of Jesus, now & forever…

    My deep & sincere condolences to all Alan’s family & close friends for your loss. Know that his love for you lives on…

  6. Brother in Christ
    Fishing buddy
    Al used every gift the Lord blessed him with
    You beat me home brother
    Jon W Tompkins

  7. Alan was a great friend and a man I truly admired. I met him while playing golf and had the pleasure to play in multiple golf tournaments with him. He was kind, a devoted man of God, Country and Family. I will truly miss him and I’m happy he is no longer suffering and in the house of God! May he rest in peace and my sincere and deepest condolences to his wife and family.

    Joe Valdivia, MSgt, USAF, Retired

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