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In Memory Of Our
Deceased Members
Alan "Egor" Euber
Full Name
Alan "Egor" Euber
Date of Death
8 / 30 / 2018
Veteran of...
  • Vietnam War
Alan Euber Obituary ORWELL: Alan James “Allie” Euber, age 72, died Thursday, August 30, 2018, at his home in Orwell. Mr. Euber was born in Rutland on June 28, 1946. He was the son of Leland and Dorthea (Frasier) Euber. He grew up in Orwell where he received his early education and attended Fair Haven Union High School. In his earlier years he was employed by Simmons Precision. He entered the United States Army in March 1967 and served is Viet Nam, where he earned a Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman Badge. A natural born leader “Allie” was referred to by his men as Sgt. Egor. He was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant in March 1969. He returned home and began a career with Standard Register, where he advanced from a machine operator to management. He retired in 2002 following 35 years of service. He was an expert marksman and had won many National Benchrest Shooting Championships. He was a Gold level Precision Rifleman. A member of the United States Benchrest Hall of Fame and recently became the first shooter that was a member of the United States Benchrest Hall of Fame and also qualify for the Benchrest Score Shooting hall of Fame. For many years “Allie” led prayer before the start of shoots, and was not afraid to profess his faith. “Allie” was an avid and successful hunter. Surviving is his wife; Diane (Cloutier) Euber of Orwell; whom he married May 11, 2002 in Brandon, his daughter; Kelli Leigh Zauli of Orwell, 2 sons; James B. Euber of Essex Junction and Eric A. Euber of Orwell, a sister; Joan O’Neil of Leicester and a brother; Leland Euber II of Salisbury and his mother-in-law; Fern Cloutier of Middlebury. 6 grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins also survive him. He was predeceased by his parents and 2 brothers; Jesse Euber and Gordon Euber. The graveside committal service and burial; with Military Honors; will take place on Sunday, September 9, 2018, at 11 AM, at Mountain View Cemetery in Orwell. Following the committal service, the family will receive friends at Brandon American Legion Post #55, for a time of remembrance. The family wishes to thank Addison County Home Health and Hospice staff; Laura, Kory, Carrie and Carol, for helping to make Allie’s final days at home comfortable.