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Alec Kessler E-mail

Article: Life After Basketball: Alec Kessler

Article: Family and Friends Mourn Alec Kessler

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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

1985-86 Georgia

Did Not Play Redshirted

1986-87 Georgia

28

64.0

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71.4

0.4

0.1

3.4

0.4

5.0

1987-88 Georgia

35

49.2

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78.7

0.5

0.6

5.6

0.7

12.6

1988-89 Georgia

31

48.7

00.0

75.9

0.7

0.2

9.7

1.4

19.2

1989-90 Georgia

29

49.1

42.9

75.7

0.7

0.5

10.3

1.3

21.0

DIV I Totals

123

50.0

41.7

76.3

0.6

0.4

7.3

0.9

14.5

 

Comments  

 
0 #6 glen eldon mccuistion 2007-12-17 18:01
When I heard the news about Dr. Kessler I was in California attending a sports event where my twins were competing, the are thrity-eigth years old. I returned to Pensacola last week and wanted to express my deepest symphany for his family as he was one of the nicest doctors that has operated on me. He had a great presence about him, and I'm very sorry for his wife and sons. It's hard to imagine the grief that they are going to endure. After my oldest brother died early in life I could not make any sense out of the WHY, but as I grew as a Christian man I've come to reason that God wanted Him Home. God needed to talk to Him directly as He will with all of us.
My deepest regards,
Glen
 
 
0 #5 Sahara, Franz & Ben 2007-10-24 16:19
The shock is beyond belief and my boys and I are profoundly saddened at the sudden passing of truly a Wonderful Man, a Great Father, Husband, Son, Brother, Neighbor and Animal Lover. A kind soul with a generous heart that only those who know him will appreciate all his innate qualities that exude with such grace and class. Albeit, my heartfelt gratitute goes without saying always for Both You and Rhea's moral support and assistance as always but I wish reiterate once more...

THANKS SO MUCH GRATEFULLY for all Your & Rhea's TLC's toward Rex (my former German Sheperd)--I couldn't find a better home that Rex deserves than Yours after leaving mine; THANKS SO MUCH GRATEFULLY for stitching up Franz's busted lower lip while playing ball in your backyard with your boys at Flying Jib; THANKS SO MUCH GRATEFULLY for instilling a sense of calm in putting out the spilled fuel fire at the the fondue dinner table when You, Rhea, Chris & Nick came over to ours at Springwinds Dr. You'd struck a profound impression with Ben till today to always remain calm and focus in the most unexpected moments of distress (I'd thought the whole house would burn down if not for Your calm yet swift action!)
THANKS SO MUCH GRATEFULLY for all Your and Rhea's profound words of consolation, encouragement and inspirational advice during my most trying moments per my family's transitional period. Not forgetting most of all THANKS SO MUCH GRATEFULLY for shooting some hoops with Franz & Ben in our front porch when they needed a a mentor and they're so proud and deeply honored that a humble Pro like You lead the way!

Both my boys and I are profoundly saddened by your untimely demise and our prayers goes to Rhea, Chris & Nick Ginger & Jay. I'm confident with Rhea's relentless TLC's, profound strength and nurturing ways, both Christopher & Nicholas will lead the future through this beacon of light throughout their growing years to be just like the inspirational Human Being that YOU ARE!
GOD BLESS.

With our Deepest Condolences and Sympathies To Rhea, Christopher, Nicholas, Ginger, Jay, and not forgetting Rex!

Much Love Always To All!
Sahara, Franz & Ben
Cornelius, NC
 
 
0 #4 Guest 2007-10-15 09:25
I met Dr. Kessler April 2007 to discuss THR surgery. What an awesome man, kind, generous, considerate and compassionate. When he spoke of his family, the room would fill with a warm spirit of love. During a presurgery visit, he told me he enjoyed fishing and had a freezer full! I told him I loved fish and two days after my hip surgery, May 2007, Dr Kessler and his son came to the hospital with a load of frozen Red Snapper his son had caught in a recent tournament. That was the best fish I had ever tasted. Thank you Dr. Kessler for being a great person. You will always be remembered.
 
 
0 #3 Guest 2007-10-14 21:58
I had the honor of working with Dr. Kessler for nearly two years. He was not only an awesome doctor, but a true friend and a mentor.
My heart goes out to Rhea and the boys. This community has been devestated.
We will always have a tall angel watching down on us!
 
 
0 #2 Guest 2007-10-14 13:01
I had the great privelage of being able to work with Dr. Kessler. He was a great man that was always willing to help those around him. Friday night football games will not be the same without him. He will be sorely missed by us all.
 
 
0 #1 Guest 2007-10-14 10:44
It was a very sad day, Saturday, 10/13/07, in Gulf Breeze Florida as Dr. Alec C. Kessler, Former Georgia Bulldog & Miami Heat Alumn, and Orthopaedic Sports Physician & Surgeon, collapsed while playing a pick up game of basketball with several other physicians & was pronounced dead at Gulf Breeze Hospital. I worked with him & he was well loved & respected not only by his staff but by his patients. He is gone, but not forgotten!
 

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