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JASON D. ALEXANDER

Dale City, Virginia

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  JASON D. ALEXANDER  Jason Duane Alexander, 39, of Woodbridge, VA passed away Thursday, July 25, 2013. He was a Graduate of Gar-Field High School (1992), and received his associate's degree from NOVA Community College. He was a 17-year employee of ATCC in Manassas, VA. Jason was a...

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To the Alexander Family - I very sorry to hear of Jason's passing. He was a very respectful person and a very good and reliable employee. He will be missed by his ATCC family.

With my deepest sympathy

Nancy Wysocki

I just learned today about Jason's passing. Jason started working for me at Potomac Library when he was in High School and he was a tremendous asset. Despite his quiteness he quickly became an important part of our Library Page team. Like a mother I was hoping he would spread his wings and find a career and was extremely happy when he got a job in Manassas. We loved hearing about his ferrets and despite his being a Cowboy fan and most of us being Redskin fans he was a huge part of our...

Jason was our answer man. I worked with him for the past 15 years and never once did I call him with shipping questions that he did not respond in a happy and helpful manner. He was a real treasure and asset to ATCC. It will certainly be hard to replace him. I remember seeing him walking to work and I'd beep and pull over to pick him up. He was always so very thankful and deeply appreciative. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Alexander family. I hope knowing that he is in God's kingdom...

Jason -
You have been one of the kindest, most helpful colleagues that we had the fortune to work with at ATCC.....always with a smile and kind word for everyone! There are no words to console your family, but I know your ATCC family will miss you every day, We feel blessed to have known you and call you our friend.
Trish and Car Slaski

My deepest condolences for your lost. May the God of all comfort give you strength in peace.

Dear longtime friends Mary and Neil and Jason's brother Brian,
We reach out to you in your time of loss and surround you with love and sincere condolences. Our hearts break for you, and we wish you the comfort of friends and loved ones. As we read what others have written about Jason and from what you have told us, we are not surprised at the man he was, because he was YOUR son and YOUR brother, part of the most wonderful, loving family that we have ever known. May it bring you peace...

To the Alexander family - I am so truly sorry for your loss. Jason was an extraordinary person and I consider myself blessed to have known and worked with him for so many years. He had such a wonderful sense of humor and a gentleness that shined, especially when he talked about his furry little babies (his ferrets). He was always showing me pictures of them and smiling as he talked about the latest bit of mischief they got into. I'm going to miss our talks about the Orioles, movies, and...

Jason I will dearly miss you. I learned so much from you. It was truly a pleasure to work with you. Alexander family I'm so sorry for your loss you're in my prayers.