Alexander Wolny

Union City, California


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Alexander WolnyApril 22, 1985 - Sept. 27, 2013Resident of Union CityMy name is Al and I was born with an incredible determination to compliment the challenging life ahead of me with cerebral palsy. Being equal parts of Polish and Korean- I was quite the "spice." With all that I was, I...

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Young Oak and Andy,
I just heard the news of the passing of your beloved Alexander. I am so so sorry. I know you both are heartbroken. My love to you both and to Kris and Michael. It was always so nice to see Alex at weddings and family gatherings. He will be missed.

Dear Andy, Young, and family--I am so sad to hear of this news; we had no idea. I know it has now been almost two months, but I know you still miss Alex. He was strong and amazing. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing but happy that he is free and joyful in Jesus' arms. God bless your family. Much love to you all! There are no words to describe the loss of a child...

I just found out today about Alex. I wish I knew my cousin better and really enjoyed reading the stories about his life. I know he is having fun in heaven! We love your family.

I just found about alex. I have such fond memories of him. You are all in my heart and in my prayers. Lots of Love

My condolences to the Wolny family. What a marvelous young man Alex was, and what an impression he made on me while he was in my class. His laugh could brighten the darkest day, and his enthusiasm was infectious. I will miss him tremendously, but memories of Alex will always enrich my life.

To my student and friend....I have to thank you for teaching me more than I can ever have hoped to teach you. You have been a inspiration to me as an educator that transcends boundaries. Because of you I have a deeper understanding of "Don't judge a book by the cover"....Thank you,

Mr. Guastavino

To my friend Alex,
You will forever be in my heart and in my prayers. It was a blast being friends with you and laughing with you. We had some awesome times at Patterson Elementary with Mrs B Mrs Maya & Kyle. All the turkey trots and ALL the parties. Playing Challenger Baseball and All the other things we did together. Growing up together was was incredibly fun. High School was a blast. I will see you again someday my friend.

Our love and friendship to the whole Wolny family. The years we spent together in Challenger Baseball were filled with love and fun. We will always remember dear Alex as the special young man he was. Our deepest sympathy. God Bless you all and give you the strength to get through this most difficult time.