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Jerry Roger Alexander
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Birth: Jan. 21, 1944
Alabama, USA
Death: Jun. 23, 2012
Walker County
Alabama, USA

Jerry Roger Alexander
(January 21, 1944 - June 23, 2012)

age 68 of Jasper, left this life on Saturday, June 23, 2012 surrounded by his loving family. He was a retired UMWA coal miner from the Drummond Co. and a Brick Mason.

The family will receive friends on Monday, June 25, 2012 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Collins-Burke Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Monday, June 25, 2012 at 7:00 PM in the Collins-Burke Chapel, with burial at Edgil Grove Cemetery. Hancel Cox and David Miller will officiate, Collins-Burke Funeral Home will direct.

Mr. Alexander was preceded in death by his Father-John Alexander, Jr.; Mother-Meda Kilgore Alexander.

He is survived by his Wife of 50 years-Charlotte Alexander; Daughters-Alisa Jones (Michael) and Lynn Jetton (Frank); Son-Chris Alexander (Pamela); Brothers-Terry D. Alexander (Brenda) and Mike Alexander (Kathy); Grandchildren-Joshua Gilbert (Dana), Jacob Gilbert (Brittany), Crista Alexander, Cason Alexander, Ashton Jones; Great Grandchildren-Blaine, Anna Kate and Brooklyn; Host of Family and Friends.

Family links: 
  John Alexander (1924 - 1977)
  Meda K. Kilgore Alexander (1924 - 2009)
  Charlotte Smith Alexander (1945 - ____)*
  Jerry Roger Alexander (1944 - 2012)
  Terry D. Alexander (1947 - ____)*
*Calculated relationship
Edgil Grove Cemetery
Walker County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Nubbin
Record added: Jun 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92619827
Jerry Roger Alexander
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Jerry Roger Alexander
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