Betty-Alexander-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Allen G. Madison's Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home

Betty D. Alexander

Dallas, Texas

Obituaries

Send Flowers

Allen G. Madison's Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home Obituary

temporary bio

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Sister I will miss you but I will never forget you, we enjoyed each when we walk and talk about how we grew up in Pittsburg. Sometimes after a long walk we have lunch, I'll miss your smile and you telling me how much love as a brother, we has so much in common. It want be the same but I know you are in a better place now, smiling down on me and the rest of the family. RIP, love your brother Rau Charles Hines-Johnson.

My sincere condolences to Betty Alexander's loving and caring daughter and granddaughter. Before Betty's illness, we were Sunday School classmates, and shared the same pew at Golden Gate Missionary Baptist Church. Betty has been greatly missed at our church, and will be remembered for her kind and gentle spirit.

It's been a while, but we used to walk the neighborhood together for exercise and share life's experiences. She was a wonderful person with a beautiful spirit. Heaven has opened its gates to receive her.

You will be greatly missed, Betty. Rest in peace. I will see you on the other side some day.

My deepest condolences to April and the rest of the family.

Her memory is your keepsake with which you'll never part.
God has her in His keeping, you have her in your heart.
So miss her and Love her, but let her go.
It will only be for a while.
She'll be waiting for you at heaven's door
And when you see her, she'll greet you with a smile.

Our sympathy and prayers.
Bessie, Kathy, Briggette & Keisha

She left you peaceful memories, and her love is still your guide, And tho' you cannot see her, she's always at your side.
My sincerest sympathy.

It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.

I am send heart felt wishes of love to the family. For God to strengthen your hearts. At this time of sorrow. From the Greer Family. God bless.

Please know that those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. -Psalms 116:15

May you find strength from the love and care that surrounds you and comfort in the memories that you shared. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Thessalonians 3:16