Celebrating the life and legacy of Al Worden

Colonel Al Worden departed this world for the second time on March 18, 2020.  He left the first time on July 26, 1971 when he blasted off from earth perched atop the giant Saturn V rocket that lifted him and his two crewmates on their epic journey to the Moon and back.

Throughout the five decades in-between -- indeed throughout his entire active 88 years of life -- Al Worden had a profound positive impact on thousands of people all over the world as he fulfilled his varied roles of explorer, engineer, educator, poet, friend, partner, father, and benefactor.

On September 19, 2020 family and friends of Al will remember and celebrate the life and legacy of this remarkable man during an online tribute. You are cordially invited to log-on to join us for this special tribute to Al the legend, and Al the man.

Click below to register your interest.
We will use this information to send you an invitation and details for the live-stream on Saturday, September 19, 2020.


If you have photos or memories of Al you would like to share with others on the site we are compiling to preserve and celebrate his memory, please click below to upload them.


If you would like to make a contribution in Al’s honor, please donate to the Astronaut Al Worden Endeavour Scholarship Foundation, which was launched and promoted by Al, in the final years of his life. The Scholarship enables students and educators from around the world to pursue their STEM-related dreams by attending the International Space Camp in Huntsville, AL.

Please feel free to contact: Nanine Gallo (Nanineg@kallman.com) at Kallman Worldwide for additional information about Al’s Celebration of Life or the Endeavour Scholarship Foundation.