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Obituary for Allan Antonio "Junior" Wint

Allan A. Wint (Al) of Waltham passed away peacefully in Boston on Sunday, April 24, 2022, at the age of 51.

Al was born on Sunday, March 21, 1971, in Boston, Massachusetts to Allan and Norma Wint, currently of Waltham, Massachusetts.

Allan, better known as “Al” or “junior” by all, graduated from Waltham High School in 1989 and lived in Waltham for most of his life. The son of Jamaican immigrant parents, Al was proud of his heritage and being from Greater Boston. He recently worked for the past 6 years at AutoZone in Waltham as a Commercial Driver / Sales Associate.

Throughout his life, Al brought joy and comedy into any environment. He knew how to appreciate the simple aspects of life. As a child, he enjoyed day trips to Hyannis, cookouts with friends and family, and listening to music on a daily basis, especially hip-hop, rap, and reggae. As an avid Sports fan watching and playing sports brought him the most joy. Although he grew up in New England and was a fan of the Celtics and Red Sox, he was unapologetic about his love for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Al is survived by his parents, Allan and Norma, his brothers Dean, Renoir, Bryan, his sisters, Kareem, Christine, Claudia, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and loving friends.

The family will gather and remember his life during Visiting Hours on Saturday, April 30, 2022, from 9 am to 11 am in the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco and Sons Memorial Chapels located, 773 Moody Street Followed by a Celebration of Al’s life beginning at 11 am. Interment will be held at Mount Feake Cemetery located, 203 Prospect Street in Waltham. For the well-being and safety of those we love and care about, during this time masks should be worn upon entering the Chapel.

Taking into consideration Al’s love of sports, the family is asking that In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made in his name to the Waltham Boys and Girls Club, 20 Exchange Street, Waltham, MA 02451. (

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