Alan Dan Wheat

Alan Dan Wheat, 62, passed away on August 19, 2023 in Bacliff, Texas. He was born on May 22, 1961 in Corsicana, Texas to Dorris Marie Wheat and Marvin Samuel Wheat Sr. Alan was preceded in death by both of his parents as well as his brother Marvin Samuel Wheat Jr. Alan is survived by: his son, Joshua Alan Wheat Wilson, sisters, Nelda Joyce Calloway and Susan Elaine Johnson; grandchildren, Preston Davis White and Brody Alan Wilson; nieces and nephews, Tisha Witt, Magan Theil, Caroline Carlson, and Christopher Wheat, and numerous family members and friends.

Alan was a generous, self-made successful businessman. He loved to always enjoy every moment to the fullest and did his best to make any occasion the best it could be no matter the situation. He was passionate about making sure no matter what he was doing it was being done the right way, not skipping one step and that’s a big reason why he was so good at whatever he did at any moment. He always made a difference in the people’s lives who have worked for him which is why so many people cared about him so much.

Private Funeral Services will be held at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 W. Medical Center Blvd. Webster, Texas 77598. Interment will take place at Mt Olivet Catholic Cemetery, Dickinson, TX.


  1. Boss, there are not enough words in this box for me to express how thankful I am to have known you. Thank you for the “Harvard Education” in business that you gave me; even though I never stepped foot on that campus. Thank you for always looking out for me and my family. I will miss our conversations about everything in the world from the government to way you thought you could “out- manage me” well, now I am sure you are one step ahead of me and figuring out how you can own the club in the sky. When we eventually meet up again, I will happily manage it for you. Until then, do t be afraid to drop in on me from time to time. I will miss you boss. And again, thanks for always looking out for me and my family!! We love you sir.

    Michael Tucker
  2. Fly high Alan. You will be deeply missed. Forever in ours hearts and never forgotten. Thank you for being you and always having a smile on your face.

    Candace Tucker
  3. Gone to soon. Such a kind and generous man. Rest in peace Alan. You will be missed.

    George and Ann Browning
  4. A truly one of a kind man. You will be missed my friend. Be at peace.

    Marcus Rodriguez
  5. This man needed someone there to look out for him, he and me met and he moved me in around march of this year and he told me he wanted to go be with his late wife. I begged him to let me change his mind I lived with him for one month and I was doing everything in my power to show him there was more to live for, for some reason I was pinned for some missing money that ended up being found, I tried the entire time I’ve been gone to check on him because I had a feeling no one was caring for him like he needed to be cared for. He gave me a home when I was homeless and gave me the best month of my life I’ve ever had even till now. I hope he has found his peace and I will never forgive myself for leaving when his “friend” told me too cause I know how sad he was. I love you Alan I have loved you since we met and I’ll forever remember you for helping me when no one else would. I wish that things worked out differently maybe then at least you wouldn’t have been alone.

    Laci B

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