To the Amazing Xander, thank you for the magic you brought to our lives.
Love, Dan & Kate
Magic was one of a kind. HE WILL BE MISSED!!!
Sending my deepest condolences to the loved ones. May God Almighty rest his soul in peace.
Bernard Miller Lee, Jr.
Mary, please know that our heartfelt prayers are with you and your family.
Page and Helen Gray
To Ivy and the entire Alexander family, William will be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with the family.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Our sympathy to Emma Beattie and family. May God continue to sustain you and your family. We are very old childhood friends. Jean Davis and Helen Small (Wallace). Montgomery, AL and Landover, MD
May 17, 2014
TO THE ALEXANDER FAMILY:
My wife and I are sorry to hear of your great loss. Please accept our condolences.
Dr.& Mrs. Ira Brown
Class of 1956
Bill Alexander served as President of the James A. McKee Association of Yellow Springs for many years following the death of its founder. His memory will forever be associated with helping The Village of Yellow Springs become a better place for all. Our prayers go out for his family and particularly for Mary Alexander his wife - a partner in Bill's achievements.
Our condolence to the Alexander family. May the peace of God comfort and keep you. Gloria, Cassandra, Lena and Andrea Tomlin.
The members of the Class of 1956 Central State University join the family of our dear friend and classmate, Bill Alexander to celebrate his life. We loved him and the magic moments he graced us with over time. Our love and prayers are with you. Betty Pinkney '56
Our condolence to the Alexander family. William was a role model for me and many of the CSU class of 54 freshmen
Mary and Family
We are saddened by the passing of your husband and father, also, sorry we cannot join you in the celebration of his life, Monday. We are out of town. He was a genuine Christian Gentleman and will truly be missed. Be comforted by your many joyous memories
and know he is with the Lord.
Jean and John Shoates
We have missed Bill ever since he and Mary moved from Dayton to Louisville. He is one of the finest men we have ever known. He is certainly with the Lord. Mary, we know you will miss him badly. But he is not dead but alive in another place God bless both of you,
John and Polly Lambes
Dayton OH 5/15/14
I knew him through the Dayton Magic Club. He was one of the most respected members of that organization. In addition to being an excellent man of magic, he continuously displayed friendliness to all members and never hesitated to share his wisdom and talents with others.
We all will miss him.
William Alexander was a fraternity brother and a close friend of ours and many others in Yellow Springs and will be missed by many. Our thoughts are with the family.