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Kirk Patrick Alexander

Los Angeles, California

Apr 12, 1958 – Jul 4, 2012


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I have just today learned of Kirk's passing. He was a good friend of mine from Webster Jr. High, though we lost touch a couple of years later. I remember him as kind-hearted and a lot of fun to be around. My condolences to Kirk's family and all who knew and loved him.

My thoughts, prayers, and sincerest condolences go out to his family and loved ones...I had the honor and privilege of interacting with Coach Al on and off the field. I remember his toughness on the field during summer practices and two-a-days. I also remember his compassion in the classroom for Trig and Math Analysis. Thanks for the memories Coach will never be forgotten.

My condolences to his family and loved ones. Such a great teacher. I feel honored to have been in his classes.

Mr. Alexander, I regret not going back to thank you for being a wonderful teacher. As a teacher myself, I hope that I create the same comfortable environment for my students as you did for us. I'm not a natural math person, so I truly appreciated your straighforward method of teaching. I hope my own students will view their time in my class the same. My sympathies and condolences to your loved ones.

I am so sorry to hear of Kirk's passing. I was fortunate to be a colleague of his in both the Math Dept and the Computer Lab. I have good memories of him as a teacher, colleague, and friend. My deepest condolences to his family.

I am sure the entire Venice High community will miss him. He was well liked as a math teacher and as a coach. My condolences to his family.

A great role model who gave his time to a then, lost soul. If making a difference in someone's life makes a man, he was a king among us. His time was well spent.

I am so sorry to hear of mr. Alexander's passing. He was a wonderful math teacher and I learned so much from him at Venice high. My condolences to his family and loved ones