Margaret L. Alexander

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Margaret Lynette Alexander, 51, passed away peacefully at home on November 7, 2013, surrounded by loved ones.

Margaret was born on October 17, 1962 in San Antonio, Texas, and was raised in Friendswood, Texas. She attended the University of Texas and earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Houston. She would go on to earn her law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas.

Throughout Margaret's legal career, she excelled in various fields of practice. In the dawn of her career, she successfully worked as a criminal prosecutor with both the County Attorney and District Attorney in Montgomery County. Later, Margaret found her true calling and passion in the area of Family Law. She became one of the forefront counselors within the State, steering families through emotionally trying times within their own lives. Margaret became a driving force within the courtroom, zealously and passionately advocating for the rights and protection of children.

Margaret was affiliated was countless organizations throughout Montgomery County, always giving herself to help those in need. She served in various leadership roles, serving as President of the Montgomery County Bar Association, heading up various aspects of CPS toy drives, along with countless others. Margaret won the hearts and respect of all she met and will be deeply missed, not only by the legal community but by anyone and everyone who met her. Montgomery County is a smaller place without Margaret.

Margaret is survived by Jim Morris, her very devoted and loving fiancé, her son, London Thomas Ham, her parents, Thomas and Ruth Lay, her sister, Alicia Perner, along with her husband, Michael and their children, Annelisse and Christian, many caring aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces. Margaret is also survived by her extended and loving family, Peggy Spruiell and Misti Nelson. Special thanks to Fawn Powell and Hollie Linear for their kind and loving care given to Margaret up to her passing.

In lieu flowers, Margaret requested donations be made in her memory to a . Margaret's favorite charities included Rainbow Room for Children, 12398 Oak Tree Lane, Willis, Texas 77318, CASA, 412 West Phillips Street, Suite 107, Conroe, Texas 77301, and Something Special (for the benefit of Women's Center), 19073 I-45 North, Shenandoah, Texas, 77384.

There will be a Memorial honoring Margaret's life on November 20, 2013, at First Baptist Church, 600 North Main Street, Conroe, Texas, at 12:00 P.M.


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