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 James Marshall “Fuzzy” Alexander

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James Marshall “Fuzzy” Alexander

Birth
Baird, Callahan County, Texas, USA
Death
27 Feb 1978 (aged 62)
Big Spring, Howard County, Texas, USA
Burial
Breckenridge, Stephens County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
73123631 View Source

J. Marshall "Fuzzy" Alexander, 63, of Breckenridge, died at the veteran's hospital in Big Spring, Texas after a brief illness.

He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Mr. Alexander had lived in Breckenridge most of his life and attended Breckenridge schools. He graduated from Breckenridge HIgh school in 1933 and was a member of the Buckaroo football team.

He served in the US Navy during World War II. He was employed by Eddie Offield as a carpenter for many years. At the time of his death, he was serving as superintendent of B.D. Click Contractors of Abilene.

He was married to Thelma Irene Davis. She preceded him in death on 31 December 1968.

Survived by son - Marshall Alexander of Breckenridge; two daughters - Janie Marie Sanders of Albany and Alice Faye Alexander of San Diego, CA; step-daughter - Patricia Wood of San Diego, CA; step-son - Jerry Ponder of Sweetwater; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

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son of Rufus L. Alexander - Farie Lucie Collier.

On my father's memorial, Janie Marie Sanders is an adopted daughter and should be listed at the end of the children as she was added to the family much later in life.

The link to Thelma Irene Alexander is correct. She was my mother and should be shown as wife of James M. Alexander. The same information about survivors by applies to her.

She was a loving mother who cared for her family deeply. She passed on a legacy to her children and grand-children that makes us much better for having known her. She loved roses and was an avid gardner. She passed on much too early. Her life was difficult as a child growing up in the depression and even in her later years, she worked very hard to support her family. No child could ever ask for a more loving, caring mother than our was.

Thank you for adding this to the memorial pages. Alice Alexander Coyl


J. Marshall "Fuzzy" Alexander, 63, of Breckenridge, died at the veteran's hospital in Big Spring, Texas after a brief illness.

He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Mr. Alexander had lived in Breckenridge most of his life and attended Breckenridge schools. He graduated from Breckenridge HIgh school in 1933 and was a member of the Buckaroo football team.

He served in the US Navy during World War II. He was employed by Eddie Offield as a carpenter for many years. At the time of his death, he was serving as superintendent of B.D. Click Contractors of Abilene.

He was married to Thelma Irene Davis. She preceded him in death on 31 December 1968.

Survived by son - Marshall Alexander of Breckenridge; two daughters - Janie Marie Sanders of Albany and Alice Faye Alexander of San Diego, CA; step-daughter - Patricia Wood of San Diego, CA; step-son - Jerry Ponder of Sweetwater; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

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son of Rufus L. Alexander - Farie Lucie Collier.

On my father's memorial, Janie Marie Sanders is an adopted daughter and should be listed at the end of the children as she was added to the family much later in life.

The link to Thelma Irene Alexander is correct. She was my mother and should be shown as wife of James M. Alexander. The same information about survivors by applies to her.

She was a loving mother who cared for her family deeply. She passed on a legacy to her children and grand-children that makes us much better for having known her. She loved roses and was an avid gardner. She passed on much too early. Her life was difficult as a child growing up in the depression and even in her later years, she worked very hard to support her family. No child could ever ask for a more loving, caring mother than our was.

Thank you for adding this to the memorial pages. Alice Alexander Coyl



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