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July 29, 2014
Just looking back at all the nice things that was said about my sister. I am so happy that she touch so many hearts. Its been 4 years since her passing and it seem like yesterday. Gone but never forgotten.
October 29, 2010
I worked with Minnie in the late 90's at the Harper's on Woodlawn. She was the most caring and loving soul. She will be missed. Our prayers are with your family.
August 23, 2010
Minnie was an angel on earth. My condolences go to all of her family whom she talked about often and whom she loved dearly. I would eat at Harper's To Go Go and the Blue Ribbon BBQ after it opened just to be able to catch up with Minnie. Even if I didn't have time to stop to eat, Minnie would knock on the storefront window and wave as I passed by on the sidewalk. She could tell a story that would make me laugh from the bottom of my soul and could she cook. She knew how much I loved her creamy chicken noodle soup and whenever she made it, she, or her side-kick Mecca, would call me to let me know that they had it ready. I told Minnie one day that she never had fried chicken livers on the menu, and she special order cooked them for me. They were the best I have ever had. You only meet a handful of great souls like Minnie in your lifetime. I am blessed that I had a chance to know her. Unfortunately, I remember the day of her accident - my son's coach was one of the first people to get to her car - but I did not know it was Minnie until today. I am heartbroken and devastated, but I will live with her laughter and smile the rest of my life. I know she is in Heaven and if the rest of them are lucky, she has already served them her creamy chicken noodle soup. God bless her family.
June 29, 2010
To the Alexander family, the Friends from the West Congregation in Savannah,Georgia send their thoughts, love and prayers to you. May God hold Minnie in His memory. Isaiah 26:19 keep your hearts in expectation of this promise from God.
June 28, 2010
My deepest sympathy to the Alexander family. Those we love left us with gifts in the form of memories that no one can take away. They gave us wisdom that we can still recall,companionship when we were alone, comfort when we needed it, Memories of their laughter and smiles will live on forever in our hearts. (Isaiah 41:10,13)

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