|Birth: ||May 5, 1884|
|Death: ||Oct. 30, 1971|
"Uncle Ira" was a lifelong resident of Barton County. He and Blanche (Guthrie) House were married in Carthage, Missouri, on April 28, 1929.
He was owner and operator of the Lamar O'Joy Bottling Works. He also was involved in real estate, and he renovated or constructed homes in Lamar. He was a member of the Lamar First Christian Church, as well as the Lamar Chamber of Commerce.
Pastors Phil Gardner and Maurice Strater officiated at Uncle Ira's funeral. Lois DeMaire sang "How Great Thou Art" and "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow," accompanied by Fenton Day, organist. Casket-bearers were long-time friends and members of the same church: Earl Millard, Barney Eagon, Charley Lucietta, and Jim Reed.
He was a well-known and respected member of the Lamar and Milford communities.
Charles Marion Alexander (1837 - 1928)
Ruth M. Broadhurst Alexander (1850 - 1920)
Blanche Oneida Guthrie Alexander (1899 - 1980)
Stanley Eugene Alexander (1920 - 2006)*
Richard Elwyn Alexander (1925 - 2007)*
Annie Melissa Alexander Thomas (1868 - 1958)*
Rosa Lee Alexander Hubbard (1870 - 1960)*
Edmond Marion Alexander (1872 - 1941)*
Nettie Belle Alexander Allen (1874 - 1943)*
Catherine Lavina Alexander Faubion (1876 - 1957)*
Jessie Floyd Alexander Thomas (1882 - 1958)*
Ira Roger Alexander (1884 - 1971)
Created by: Rejeana
Record added: Jul 11, 2006
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