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Alan Ehrlich in memoriam

par Philip F. Jacobus , CEO
Today, I learned the sad news that Alan Ehrlich, Vice President of Health Care Exports passed as a result of an accident in Mexico.

If you knew Alan, you knew he was a fun loving and easy going fellow and an excellent business person who had a reputation for keeping his word and always taking the high road in a business transaction.

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Alan learned the business from his father, Peter Ehrlich who is arguably our industry's senior statesman.

Alan spoke Spanish and as a result, he was tasked with establishing an office for Health Care Exports in Mexico. He did a tremendous business in Mexico and was well respected there.

I am closer in age to Peter, but Alan always impressed me from the very first day I met him as being a gentleman and a first class business person.

Alan left behind his wife and children, living in Mexico.

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