Robert-Alexander-Obituary

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Robert Alexander

Apr 13, 1950 - Feb 24, 2021 (Age 70)

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Sorry for your loss.

He was a great man and will be missed by all!!! Rest In Peace Mr. Al. Job well done!!!

My cousin taught me the meaning of a dedicated worker to do your best

Had a lot of fun drinking wine and swapping stories and jokes. You will truly be missed my brother. Rest In Peace

May all the sweet memories of Mr Butch bring you solace during this time. I hope that all the great moments that you were able to have with him before he passed away brings you comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you!!

My condolences to the family. Mr Al you were like a father figure to me and many other young operators at Callowhill. You taught us many things about being responsible and we will forever cherish that. We will all miss you.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Cherish the memories that you hold so dear and may you find comfort, strength and peace in the healing power of time through Jesus.

Gone too soon. May you Rest In Peace.
Love you forever.

To My Brother, I will truly miss you and always remember your hearty laughter. You made my life special, just by being in it.
Love,
Your baby sister

Obituary

Robert's Obituary

Robert  Lamont Alexander was born on April 13,1950 in Newport News, Virgina to the late Janice and  Robert Lee Alexander. He spent his early childhood years in Smithfield, Virginia before moving to Philadelphia. He attended Overbrook highschool  graduting in 1968, then attending Lincoln Tech  school for Automotive.  Robert enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1969, retiring as first sergeant in 2010.

 

Robert was a dedicated hardwoker and took pride in everything he did. He started his career at Septa in 1974 as a bus operator and retired after 46 years in 2020. He also worked part time at the postal service. 

 

Robert enjoyed fishing, boating, cars, music and  a good meal. He also enjoyed  spending time with his family and friends and staying busy. He was a great father, brother, uncle, pop pop and friend.

 

He leaves  behind to cherish so many memories with his daughters: Charrity Weston, Charnel Alexander and Crystal Ward. His grandchildren: Aaron Jr.  and Charlotte Weston, Kash’mere Beulah  and Dont’e Young. His Sisters: Clare Cypress and Diane Hunter. His brother in laws, neices, newphews, cousins, and friends.

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