John-Alexander, Jr.-Obituary

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John Richmond Alexander, Jr.

Annapolis, Maryland

Aug 4, 1929 – Apr 15, 2018

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John M. Taylor Funeral Home Obituary

John Richmond Alexander Jr., retired Air Force officer and Professor Emeritus of Towson University, died at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis on April 15, 2018. Dr. Alexander was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on August fourth, 1929. He held a B.S. degree from Columbia University, an M. S....

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My Deepest Sympathy goes out to the Alexander family may you cherish many loving memories of your dear love one and may the God of Comfort Comfort you and your family in your time of grief ( John 6:40)

So sorry for the passing of Alex . Our prayers are with you and your family .

I am so sorry for your loss. It is always so very hard to lose a loved one in death and our loving Heavenly Father is very aware and understand your painful loss. He will listen to your prayer and pay attention to your pleas for help because he is near to all those calling on him. He will hear your cry for help and give you comfort. Your family and friends have my deepest condolences. (Psalms 86:6-7)

To the family,

Losing our loved ones breaks our heart. Broken hearts can heal through the comfort of God's word. I pray that you find comfort in the words found at Ps. 147:3, 5. May God be a constant source of comfort and strength to you.

John was an amazing man and it was a pleasure and honor to have him as a friend. Sally and he were an amazing team.

I am so sorry and share in your grief in mourning "Alex". He was a kind soul that brought smiles to the faces of all those he encountered during the day. I will never forget the laughs we shared over the years. He was, and is, a role model for me in a life well lived.

May Almighty God and his son Jesus Christ bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. John 17:3

My condolences to the family. May the peace of God and the fond memories you cherish comfort and sustain you in your time of need.
-RM

Joan and Don on Don's 75th Birthday in 12018.

John was one of my all time favorites. We worked together in Sigma Xi and he was my wife, Joan's, undergraduate mentor in the 1980s. John was one of the most positive and friendly colleagues I have ever had--he will be missed by us both!

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