Remembering Alan

12/4/1965 – 3/27/2020

We are deeply saddened to report to you that our President, Alan Albergaria, passed away after being struck by a car on Friday, March 27th. He was our friend, our mentor, and our leader. Whether it was a fellow colleague or business partner, he always treated people with respect, kindness, and compassion. It has been Alan’s ongoing care for his people that has created a company culture today that is unmatched. He considered all of his staff an extension of his family and we will forever appreciate the privilege of working with such an incredible man.

The success of Automated Business Solutions was built on Alan’s integrity and leadership. He demanded that all employees treat people with respect. Since 1992, it has been that level of respect and commitment to customer care that has created the ABS of today.

Our lives have all been changed by this tragic loss, but what will not change is our commitment to serving our customers. We will continue to preserve and enrich our partnerships with our clients in the same professional and personal manner with which you have grown accustomed to.

12 thoughts on “Remembering Alan Albergaria

  1. Paul Proulx Reply

    A family man, successful leader, a father figure, a coach and a life coach, he believed in giving people second chances. Industrious and dedicated, he knew how to get things done! He knew how to motivate people, to get to that next level in business, in life and to bring out the best in them. A tremendous positive impact on my life and the lives of many. I love you Alan and I will miss you but never forget you.

  2. James Manchester Reply

    I was very sad to hear of Alan’s passing my prayers go out to his his family. I worked for Alan and Bobby in the beginning for thirteen years. What was written in Alan’s obituary, was Alan. May he rest in peace.

  3. John Bergantino Reply

    Things will never be the same.

    Alan is a great man….a great business person….a great friend!

    I will miss him dearly.

  4. Gary Reply

    I met Alan along with Bobby December of 2003 I was working at E.V. copier when 2 gentleman walked thru the door dressed to the 9″s in suits and ties, It was a different back then. Little did i know that they would become my employer. Since then 16+ years of moments and memories. Whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas for whatever reason Alan needed to purchase a carry-on his bag was to heavy or he purchased gifts for the family. The only one available were Dogs Playing poker on it. To see him sitting on the airport floor stuffing that bag and him walking thru the airport, Bobby and Tom razzing him it was to funny. Till we meet again old friend. Gary

  5. Drew Crandall Reply

    I never met or talked to Alan, but I have been a very satisfied ABS customer for many years. Customer service has been consistently excellent, which speaks volumes about the culture that he established at the business. We pray for his family, for the ABS leadership team and staff as they go through this gut-wrenching season. I urge you to cling to the Lord and He will bring you divine comfort and the capacity to endure and overcome. God bless you all.

  6. Leonard C. Kaminski Reply

    I was there at the beginning. Alan took a crazy dream and three partners on a voyage of exploration. The success of the company was driven by his tireless determination to succeed. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all his family, as well as to his extended Automated Business Solutions family.

  7. Jeff Medeiros Reply

    I met Bobby in 1992 at Sanyo service school….. Automated Business Machines was just getting started. He then introduced me to Alan, and throughout the years, both Alan and Bobby have been tremendously helpful to my small, two-man operation. Alan always answered my calls, and although our organizations were on different levels, he treated me with respect and honesty. Because that is the was he was. Generous, kind, no nonsense and fair. That was Alan. You will be greatly missed. Until we meet again.

  8. Ray Belanger Reply

    I was very sad to hear about the loss of Alan. He was one of the most alive people I ever met. He was a passionate and gifted business man that loved his family very much.
    He will be missed by the many people that had the privilege to know him.

  9. Dan Barca Reply

    Enjoyed the times we have worked together over the years. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
    RIP Alan

  10. Jim Robinson Reply

    The world is missing an important piece, Alan. In over 15 years of doing business with Alan, he was a tough customer and a good friend. His caring and considerate manner always made him easy to be around.
    He will be missed by all but never forgotten.

  11. Elizabeth Campo Reply

    Alan was a good man, I am sad that he is gone and he is missed. He took the time to meet with me whenever I needed him. It was only a couple of times and he always made time to listen. I wish he was still here. It is hard to believe such a keystone to our lives is no longer with us. Just shortly after Alan passed I lost my Mom. I understand the deep loss. To Alan’s friends, co-workers, employees and family I extend my deepest condolences. I hope we continue Alan’s positive force of hard work, generosity and diligence to achieve the goals Alan would be proud of.

  12. Jay Grochowski Reply

    Crushed by Alan’s passing. Truly one of the best people I’ve met in the industry. A family guy who treated employees and vendors life family, too. Godspeed old friend.

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