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[[Image:allancarew.jpg|left|thumb|150px|]]CAREW, Allan J. (Dubuque, IA, Mar. 15, 1933--Dubuque, IA, Sept. 8, 2015) The son of Neil and Mary (Maloy) Carew, Allan attended Nativity grade school and graduated from the [[LORAS ACADEMY]]. He attended Iowa State Teachers College (now called the University of Northern Iowa) for two years and had an outstanding basketball career for which he was selected to the All-Conference Team as a freshman and sophomore.
 
[[Image:allancarew.jpg|left|thumb|150px|]]CAREW, Allan J. (Dubuque, IA, Mar. 15, 1933--Dubuque, IA, Sept. 8, 2015) The son of Neil and Mary (Maloy) Carew, Allan attended Nativity grade school and graduated from the [[LORAS ACADEMY]]. He attended Iowa State Teachers College (now called the University of Northern Iowa) for two years and had an outstanding basketball career for which he was selected to the All-Conference Team as a freshman and sophomore.
  
After completing his second year at Iowa State Teachers College, he volunteered for the United States Army and served in an intelligence unit in Germany during the [[KOREAN WAR]]. He received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army in 1955 and returned to [[LORAS COLLEGE]] for one year where he continued his studies and basketball career. He was selected as the team's most valuable player and in 2015 still held the Loras College record for most rebounds in a single game.
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After completing his second year at Iowa State Teachers College, he volunteered for the United States Army and served in an intelligence unit in Germany during the [[KOREAN CONFLICT]]. He received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army in 1955 and returned to [[LORAS COLLEGE]] for one year where he continued his studies and basketball career. He was selected as the team's most valuable player and in 2015 still held the Loras College record for most rebounds in a single game.
  
 
In 1956, following one year at Loras, Allan enrolled at the University of Iowa and graduated in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce. He then was accepted to the University of Iowa Law School where he graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1960.
 
In 1956, following one year at Loras, Allan enrolled at the University of Iowa and graduated in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce. He then was accepted to the University of Iowa Law School where he graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1960.

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CAREW, Allan J. (Dubuque, IA, Mar. 15, 1933--Dubuque, IA, Sept. 8, 2015) The son of Neil and Mary (Maloy) Carew, Allan attended Nativity grade school and graduated from the LORAS ACADEMY. He attended Iowa State Teachers College (now called the University of Northern Iowa) for two years and had an outstanding basketball career for which he was selected to the All-Conference Team as a freshman and sophomore.

After completing his second year at Iowa State Teachers College, he volunteered for the United States Army and served in an intelligence unit in Germany during the KOREAN CONFLICT. He received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army in 1955 and returned to LORAS COLLEGE for one year where he continued his studies and basketball career. He was selected as the team's most valuable player and in 2015 still held the Loras College record for most rebounds in a single game.

In 1956, following one year at Loras, Allan enrolled at the University of Iowa and graduated in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce. He then was accepted to the University of Iowa Law School where he graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1960.

Allan commenced his law career in 1960 with the Sioux City law firm of Harper, Gleysteen, and Nelson. In 1965, he returned to Dubuque and co-founded the Fuerste Carew Law Firm with his friend and partner, William C. Fuerste.

Allan was a member of the American Bar Association; Iowa State Bar Association (past Board of Governors); the Dubuque County Bar Association (past president); DUBUQUE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (past president); DUBUQUE SHOOTING SOCIETY 990; DUBUQUE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, and the Rotary Club of Dubuque. In addition, he served on the Dubuque County Mental Health Center Board and the Dubuque Planning and Zoning Commission.

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