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Alford and his siblings helped support the family by picking cotton. An independent, hardworking man, he often used a favorite saying to encourage people, according to his son Lionel Alford Jr.

Alford earned Singles fifty Santa Rosa bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Louisiana Technical University. He was recalled to active duty as a jet-fighter pilot during the Korean War in which he flew combat missions.

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Alford ate in the cafeteria with employees, said his son.