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Rambert Alan McLean

August 8, 1952 — December 2, 2022

Rambert Alan McLean (Alan) joined his heavenly Father Friday, December 2, 2022.

Alan is survived by his wife, Anna Smith McLean; a son Rambert Alan McLean, II (Mac) and his wife Lori; 3 grandsons, Brett, Lance and Griffin McLean of Auburn, AL; a daughter Jennifer Tucker, granddaughter Drew Phillips, great grandson Autry Adams and sister-in-law, Martha Tew, all of Fayetteville. Alan was the son of Heck and Irma McLean of Gray's Creek. He is also survived by 2 brothers, Cecil McLean of Fayetteville and Ronald McLean of Norfolk, VA along with 4 sisters, Glenda Clark of Fayetteville, Elizabeth Stevenson and Sharon Allan of Charlotte and Cathy McDowell of KansasCity, MO.

Alan was a lifetime resident of Gray's Creek Community and long-time member of Mount Pis gah Baptist Church. He loved "the Creek» and the people of Gray's Creek loved him. Many said he was the honorary "mayor" of Gray's Creek. Alan retired from a long career with Phillip Morris Company to live out his dream of catering BBQ for his church, friends, and family to honor special times in their lives. His gift of creating good food also earned him the title of The King of BBQ. He will surely be missed by many.

Funeral services are being handled by McNeill Legacy Funeral Home of St. Pauls. 

Services will be announced in the near future.  

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