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Alexis Lexxy Butler

Arlington, Texas

Mar 5, 1999 – Nov 17, 2017


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Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home Obituary

Alexis "Lexxy" Butler, age 18, passed away on November 17, 2017 after sustaining significant injuries in an automobile accident. She was born on March 5, 1999 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the daughter of Scott Butler and Barbara Hanovich Barr. Lexxy and her family moved from Michigan in 2015 and she...

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May you rely on God during this difficult time. Remember He too loss his son to death, and understands the pain and sorrow it causes. He cares so rely on Him in prayer ~ 1 Thes 5:17.

Praying for you and your family as we go through the loss of someone very important. Love you guys She will be deeply missed.

As a widowed parent of a teenage son I can not fathom this pain although I do understand the terrible loss of my sons loving mother and my beautiful wife of 15 years. I do not know Lexxy but wish to send my thoughts and prayers to her loving family. Nothing can take this pain away but I hope somehow God provides comfort to her family knowing this is not goodbye but see you later. My heart just breaks for your parents,family and friends Lexxy. From a father and son in St Petersburg...

Dear Barb, Brock and family,

We are praying that you would be given strength, rest and comfort.

With deepest sympathy,
Henry, Rhonda and Micheal

So sorry for the loss of Lexxy, our family sends our sympathy during this difficult time.

Lexxy, I will always remember you as a bouncing little girl who laughed and danced all the time, ribbons twirling around you as the music moved through your entire body. You and my sister were attached at the hip, sleepovers were often and you two were always playing with hair and makeup; I find it funny that both of you found a path to cosmetology.

You were a wonderful sister. When Brock was born, you were the best sister and so excited about holding him and helping my mom take...

When you hear about the loss of your closest childhood friend, its hard to put into words what to say, nor what to exactly feel. Lexxy and her brother went to my mothers daycare. We were both close in age and we always had fun together. Whether it was dancing to old workout videos in the living room, playing with rainbow ribbons up and down the hall, even going to her dads house to go out on the lake on the boat. She always kept me laughing, always smiling, always HAPPY. She brought that same...

Words cannot express the shock and sorrow on hearing the news of Lexxy's passing.I have many" wonderful" memories of Lexxy in my daycare as a child and her friendship with my daughter, Mary.May God comfort you at this time.Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers, Julie Anderson-Taplin + family

So sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter Scott. Your in my thoughts, Scott Barnebee