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895 Route 82
P.O. Box A
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
Phone: 845-221-2000
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Alan Colodner

Alan Scot Colodner

August 25, 1957 - June 14, 2019
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HOPEWELL JUNCTION – Alan Scot Colodner, 61, died on June 14, 2019 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center.

He was born in Suffern on August 25, 1957. Alan spent his career as a pension banker. An avid lifelong fan of the NY Jets and Yankees, Alan also enjoyed fishing. He spent many years as an Umpire for the East Fishkill Baseball Association and local schools.

On February 28, 1982 in Huntington, LI, Alan married Susan (Darwin) Colodner who survives at home. He is also survived by his children, Erica Rossin and her husband Alexander of Niskayuna, Alexander Colodner of San Francisco, CA, and Carrie Colodner and her fiancé Brian Melcher of Boston, MA; his granddaughter, Maya Rossin; his mother, Sandra (Green) Colodner; his brothers and their spouses, David and Sandra Colodner of Virginia and Michael and Linda Colodner of Pearl River; his mother-in-law, Eileen Darwin; his brothers-in-law, David and Jonathan Darwin; and many nieces and nephews. Alan was predeceased by his daughter, Jacqueline Colodner in 1985; his father, Jesse Colodner; and his father-in-law, Manuel Darwin.

A memorial service will be held on Monday at 11am at Vassar Temple, 140 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie.

Donations may be made in Alan’s memory to the Lunch Box, a community meal program of Dutchess Outreach.

Arrangements are under the direction of the McHoul Funeral Home, Inc. Please visit his Book of Memories at
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Barbara Shapiro

Posted at 01:12pm
Alan showed up. He shared his love of family, even for just a few hours, if he was here in Milwaukee on business, he managed to see us. Please read Robin's entry, she says it all. We grew up together in Rockland County. Spent most holidays, with Aunt Sandy's generous preparation of holiday meals, with the Colodner family. He lived life to the fullest, playing as hard as he worked. I can picture him, in an apron, flipping latkes at Chanukah. Susan and his children and granddaughter lit up his life. His visits to my mother, Marcia, were so very meaningful to her. He loved us and showed up to let us know it. To Alan: Please know you will always be here, showing up in our hearts and minds as we remember you with deepest love.

Rick How

Posted at 12:45am
From Rick How, friend and former colleague - Kansas City, Missouri.
Words can't begin to express the sympathy I feel on the death of your beloved husband, father, brother, and friend. He will be missed by everyone that knew him.
Alan was always popular with others in our company and our clients alike. What a tremendous sense of humor. Often I reminisce how he could take a potential stressful moment, insert a funny story, then add encouragement to give everyone a moment to think things through.
As our careers took different paths, He always kept in touch. He would reach out from time to time just to see how I was doing. Always remembering to ask about my son. When opportunities allowed me to be in the New York area we would meet for lunch. Our discussions were mostly around family, baseball (Yankees and Royals) and football (always Jets never Chiefs).
Speaking of Jets Football. Alan and his "crew" came to Kansas City a few years back when the Jets played the Chiefs. I honestly don't recall which team won that day, but I will always remember Alan, his brother and the other crew dressed head to toe with Jets wearables at Arrowhead making an unforgettable impression on Chiefs fans. I can still hear "Jets...Jets...Jets" ringing in my head.
Hopefully, knowing how much he was loved will give you a measure of comfort.
He was a great man!
May God bless you and your wonderful family,
Rick How

James Areno

Posted at 02:54pm
from James Areno, Pres, Mid Hudson Valley High School Baseball Umpires Assoc

Alan was one of our best and hardest working and most respected umpires. I always enjoyed his dry sense of humor, which was not only entertaining, but also allowed him to stay calm and relaxed in high pressure situations. I'm sure I speak for all the umpires when I say we'll all miss him. My condolences to Susan and the entire family.

Violetta Porrazzo

Posted at 09:24am
Alan & Susan were the first to welcome me into the neighborhood. We literally lived across the street from each other. Alan was always ready to lend a helping hand. I always enjoyed our conversations. One of my memories was of last summer when Susan, Alan and myself were sitting on their porch. Susan and I enjoying a glass of wine & Alan glass of beer (I believe) When I got stung by wasp, Alan went to retrieve some Benadryl for me. When he had given it to me, he then went to take drink of his beer and was stung by the wasp on his lip! To some this may not seem funny however a couple of days later I asked him how his lip felt, he replied “ It still ****** hurts” and how does yours feel....”I’m fine” we both started laughing....Since then I have relocated however I saw him late April when he again offered to help me load my belongings in my car. We talked about how Susan, him and I would stay in touch and would continue our friendship. My heart goes out to Susan and his children and granddaughter (which he spoke with so much love) to all of his family as well. Sending Love to all of you at this difficult time.....🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕 Violetta

Sandra Mamis

Posted at 08:19am
I will remember Alan for his smile and laugh.
When we would be at a temple function and my husband, Harry, z'l, was sitting by himself, Alan would always make it a point to reach out, engage him and provide conversation... His memory will be a blessing to all those he touched . May he be in peace.

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