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Albert Maxwell Brindle

Died: Wed., May 4, 2011

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Albert Maxwell Brindle of Mount Laurel. Age 43 years. Passed away May 4th,2011. He was born at Fort Meade, Maryland and traveled during his father''s military career. He settled in Browns Mills in 1974 and was a resident of Mount Laurel for the past 3 years. Al was a graduate of Pemberton Twp. High School and received his Bachelors Degree from Rutgers University Cook College, New Brunswick and his Juris Doctorate Degree from Rutgers University School of law, Camden. He was a non practicing Attorney and was a member of the Bar Association. He was employed as a Validation Engineer for Sharp Corp., Conshohocken, PA. Al was a SP 4 US Army Veteran serving in Dessert Storm.

He loved to play the guitar and liked to go snowboarding.

Beloved son of Albert J. & Sayuri Brindle of Browns Mills, dear brother of Chiemi York of Princeton and Linda Wager Hill & husband Michael Hill of Omaha, NE and dear uncle of Christopher Wager of Omaha, NE and Connor & Aidan York both of Princeton.

Relatives and friends of Albert''s family are invited to his viewing and visitation 5:00 to 7:00 PM Monday evening at The Lankenau Funeral Home, 31 Elizabeth St. Pemberton Borough where there will be a funeral service at 7:00 PM.

Cremation will be private.

Albert''s urn will be interred with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery Columbarium , Arlington, VA at a later date.

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Steve Hamaday
   Posted Fri May 06, 2011
My heart goes out to Al''s family and friends and he will be our prayers. It didn''t take long to realize Al was a very likable guy. He was a hard worker, a TEAM player and a valuable co worker at Sharp Corporation. We will all miss him. Steve

Pat Moreno
   Posted Fri May 06, 2011
My sympathies go out to you. It was my pleasure to have worked with Al.Did not really know him well but.........very very sad He will be missed by us all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time

Jacqueline Lenzi
   Posted Fri May 06, 2011
I am so very sorry for your loss. Al was a very talented individual, he is held with the highest regard in all of his activities. He never wavered from his belief''s. I have only been fortunately lucky to work with him for about a year, and he has taught me a lot about the validation process. Again, my heart goes out to all of his family he left behind. And, he will be sadly missed. Take care.

Terry Kloiber
   Posted Fri May 06, 2011
God bless you, Al. You left so suddenly, but left many memories with your family and friends. Go in peace.

Matthew Lacina
   Posted Fri May 06, 2011
I worked with Al for several years at Sharp. He was always a pleasure to be around and was outstanding at his job. Everyone at Sharp admired him for his knowledge and his personality. He will be missed greatly. My condolences to his family on this loss.

Denise Slifer
   Posted Sat May 07, 2011
I am writing to extend my deepest sympathies to the Family of Al Brindle. Words can not express how sorry I am to hear of Al’s sudden passing. I had the good fortune of working with Al for many years and it was an honor and pleasure to know him not just as a coworker but as a friend. Al was without question, a true gentlemen and one of the nicest people I have ever met. There were so many wonderful qualities that I admired about him. His intelligence, wit, charm, kindness, and caring heart are just a few of many that made him a “one of a kind”. I am truly sadden of his loss, but thankful I had the opportunity to know Al, not just a coworker but as a friend. I will cherish his memory for years to come. May the peace which comes from the memories of loved shared, comfort you now and in the days ahead. Denise Slifer

Tiffany Virgle
   Posted Mon May 09, 2011
To the family of AL Brindle, I would like to offer my sincere condolences on your recent loss. It was a shock to hear the news of Al''s passing and I can only imagine how difficult it has been for you and your family. Al will truly be missed by all here at Sharp, his dedication and hard work was untiring. I hope that in some small measure these words bring you some comfort at this sad time. I am reminded of those words from the Bible that say "Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted." May God''s blessings and peace be with you and your family today and always. Tiffany Virgle

Tammy (Macias) Clark
   Posted Mon May 09, 2011
I wanted to send my condolence. He was so young yet did so much. Albert you will be remembered. I am glad we got to chat on face book.

Behnaz Khatami-Hooybergs
   Posted Mon May 09, 2011
I am still in shock of hearing the news of Al’s passing. I worked with him at VTS Consultant, Inc. (VIVUS and Merck). Al, you will be missed and will always be remembered. God bless you. RIP.