Alan Jay Field

Alan Jay Field
May 1, 1959 – September 11, 2018

Alan Jay Field, 59, of Bryan, passed away on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, in College Station. Funeral Services honoring the life of Alan will begin with visitation at 1 until the time of service at 3pm, Friday, September 14, at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Center, Bryan-College Station. Interment will be in Rest-Ever Memorial Park Cemetery.

Alan Jay Field was born on May 1, 1959, in Waco, Texas. He was the second son born to C.T. Field and Belva Curry Field. The family moved to Bryan shortly after Alan’s birth, and that is where he spent most of his time on this earth. Alan worked in several retail positions throughout his life, beginning at Safeway in Bryan. He later worked for Office Depot and HEB, which took him from San Marcos to Carthage, Texas, where he was in both company’s management programs. Alan loved school during his adult life, attending Blinn College while working in Bryan, where he earned an Associates Degree. Alan worked for Phil Thweatt Wrecker Service for several years as the AAA Service Technician, even after his battle with cancer began. When he was physically unable to continue in that position, Alan continued to work for Phil as an evening/weekend dispatcher for as long as he was able. Alan often talked about how he hoped to feel good enough to once again work for Phil.

Alan enjoyed playing pool, which he became very good at, entering and winning tournaments throughout his life, and making many friends along the way. He also loved nature and had a green thumb, growing many beautiful flowers and plants. Alan built and grew a small sanctuary in his back yard for birds and squirrels, and took many wonderful photographs of the animals enjoying the space he created for them.

Alan was married to Kim Jones, and together they had a daughter, Rachel Rene Field. Some time after divorcing, Kim and Rachel moved to New Mexico. Alan enjoyed traveling to see his only daughter in New Mexico, where his first grandchild, Oliver Mikhail Field was born. Rachel later had a baby girl, Evelyn Rose Luna. Alan loved his grandchildren and cherished his moments with them.

His father, C.T. Field and his best friend in the world, Randy Ball, preceded Alan in death. He is survived by the mother of his daughter, Kim Morgan, his daughter, Rachel Field, his grandchildren Oliver Field and Evelyn Luna, his mother, Belva Field, his brothers, Larry Field and wife Holly, Terry Field and wife Maria, Randy Field and wife Carla. Numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews also survive Alan.

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  1. I am so sad! Alan was such a very special man. Belva, I wish I could come and give you a hug. We are in NC waiting for the hurricane. You know I know how had it is to lose a child. I miss Diane everyday! Please know my love, my thoughts and my many prayers are with you and the whole family. May God bless you and give you the peace that only He can give.

  2. So sorry to learn of Alan’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Belva and the entire family. May God shower his love over Alan and all of you in this difficult time.

  3. To all the Field Family…

    May your many good memories of Alan remain with you forever…

    Sincere Condolences,
    Curtis & Sandra

  4. Kim and Rachel, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Alan. I know that has hit you both hard.
    Though we didn’t know him but briefly, Rachel has always spoken so fondly of him in her Facebook posts. I know he will be missed.

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