Jason-Alexander-Obituary

Jason Alexander

<!, Illinois

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Logreeta, Don, Betty and Mary Beth: We are so saddened to hear about your loss. It brings back so many sad memories for all of us. We have shared the loss of a son and know the pain. Our love and prayers go to all the family. Jason was a good man and had a wonderful family.

Reading the previous pages of those who have signed for Jason,
makes it a privilege for me to have known him, his father Dan, his mother Logreeta, and brothers, and his grandparents, Betty and Don Myers..And I remember his other grandmother Minnie Alexander. I attended his services with daughter, Linda, and we were in awe. The last time I saw Jason was at the mall Flea Market and he bought some Stanley silver polish and was telling me about some old pieces he had bought at auction..and...

I saw Jason grow from a good kid to an even better man. He loved fishing and he loved his family. I will miss fishing with him. He had a good sense of humor and was always fun to be around. It's difficult to accept that his body is no longer here but his spirit will live on in all of us.

Thankyou everyone for prayers, love, and kindness. Jason is truly blessed with love from family and friends.

Dana,
My thoughts and prayers are with you always.Sorry for your loss. Jason was a good man. I know we have not spoke for a while. Know that I alway love you.

Susan, Phoenix, Dar Keith

Lagreeta,and family
I was so sorry to hear about Jason. I know you all must be so proud of him. Look at all the wonderful things people have to say. I remember the first time I seen him up town, after many years. He came up and asked me if I remembered him.He looked the same just a little/lot bigger. We had a good conversation about old times and you. I could tell then you did a wonderful job,Mom. My thoughts are with you all
Patsy(West)Harrington

Dear Logreeta,
I'm so sorry about our loss. I realy miss him and I know you do too. :( We will see each other on Thanksgiving and we can think about him and pray about him together with our loving family.
Love, Mia

Forever everything Jason put me through growing up, the teasing etc. I will always have wonderful memories of him and remember him with a fond heart.

It is hard to imagine him gone.

I couldn't wait for Jason to be born! We waited for him and on August 24, 1972 he arrived. It was a very special day. From his birthday on we had so many fun-filled days together. There are so many special memories, and one of my favorite is of him getting everyone in the car to sing, "We All Live In A Yellow Submarine" over and over and over until we were finally home. He gave us his humor and made us laugh. We will forever keep him in our memories.