Lendon-Alexander-Obituary

Lendon James Alexander Esq

Washington, District of Columbia

1991 - 2019

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Lendon James Alexander, Esq. October 10, 1991- April 20, 2019 Washington, DC- Mr. Lendon James Alexander, Esq., 27, of Washington, DC formerly of Columbus, GA passed Saturday, April 20, 2019 in Washington, DC. He was preceded in death by his grandmother's, Eranga M. Ware and Jimmie L. Alexander....

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My deep condolences to the family. I am Alfreda Robinson, GW Law Associate Dean for Trial Advocacy, and the President-Elect of the National Bar Association. I had the high privilege and pleasure of introducing Lendon to the joy and honor of Bar Leadership. Even as a student member of the NBA Board of Governors, Lendon took to bar governance and campaigns naturally and enthusiastically. He understood the importance and nuances of non-profit governance. He understood the continued need to...

In your time of sorrow,
Know that God is there,
He will hold you in His arms
And wipe away your tears
He understands your pain;
He feels the grief you feel
Just give to Him your broken heart,
For He, in time, will heal.

I was a Professor who taught Lendon at the George Washington University Law School. He was bright and hardworking and willing to share his insights with others. The legal profession has lost a great light. He will be missed.

I was one of Lendon's professors at the George Washington University Law School. He was a bright and admirable young man and his passing is a loss to us all. With deepest sympathy.

We were so sorry to hear of Lendon's passing! We have many fond memories of that smiling face here at Grace Christian School. We are praying for you and your family!

I am so sorry for your loss. May you receive strength and comfort from God. "He will make you firm, he will make you strong, he will firmly ground you." - 1Peter 5:10

Valerie,
I am so sorry about your loss. Sending lots of love and prayers to you and your family.

Valerie, Charles and Dr. Emory Alexander,
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to each of you in the going home of Lendon. He was a kind, loving, funny and bright young man. Lendon went to Hardaway High school with our daughter, Caya. We are all heart broken at your loss. Please know we will be praying for you as you journey through this transition. Remember, God promises to comfort those who mourn and that He will be with you as you go through this difficulty, (Matthew...