Vera Alexander

San Antonio, Texas


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ALEXANDERVera Margurite Hood Alexander was born on September 14, 1919 in Nashville, TN and died on Saturday, June 26, 2010 in San Antonio, TX. She was preceded in death by her first husband in 1944, William A. Bracken, 2nd husband in 1985, James Monroe Alexander; sister, Louella in 1972 and her...

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Cheri, I am very sorry for your loss. As the days and weeks pass, I hope you will continue to feel comforted by the love and support of friends and family.

Cheri, I'm so sorry. I have such sweet memories of Aunt Vera. I wish I could have been there today. My thoughts are with you. I can still hear her say sugar... Love, Casey

Cheri, Vera was an amazing woman, she had a good life and loved you very much. She lived through 2 husbands, welded during the war, lived through recessions and peace time. I'm sure she is dancing with the boys and looking the "fashion plate". Like others, she took us under her wing like we were her own. She probably isn,t having any "booboo's" anymore - but weren't some of them funny while she was here. We loved her and will miss the "little bar of soap". She...

Cheri, We knew you and Mrs. Vera Alexander as long-time customers at Oak Park HEB! You were a part of our HEB Family! It was so wonderful watching the two of you take care of one another. Your shopping trips to the store always brought an atmosphere of such love and devotion and it was our pleasure to serve you! Mrs. Vera's journey here has ended and she has moved on to her eternal rest! I know you will miss her dearly but just know that The Lord has seen how devoted and loving the care was...

Dear Cheri: I wish I could be with you tomorrow and had been able to give Aunt Vera a last hug. She was a special woman and the sweetest aunt I could have had. She always talked about how much she loved you and how she relied on you, especially after Jimmy died. I like to think of her and mom dancing in the clouds together, laughing and feeling good again. She left a hole in our hearts and we will miss her forever. Stay strong and remember all the happiness, love and laughter you gave each...

To my Love Cheri,I was so blessed when you came into my life and you shared your mother with me.I will never forget how she spoke of you with so much love inside of her for you.I will miss seeing her every morning with a brave smile on her face no matter how bad she felt she always made us laugh even when she was not feeling well.I loved her as my second mom and treated me as her daughter.

Mom...It's so hard for me to let you go,but I know it's time.Thank you for 49 wonderful years with you and for all that you've tought me. I hope I can continue to be the person that made you proud. I know you will be alright because Daddy is right there at the gates of heaven to welcome you home. Don't worry about me, I'm alright as long as I have your memory and your love with me. I know this pain will lessen but, will never go away. I love you momma and God bless you. Your Loving Daughter,...

Cheri, I am so very sorry for your loss as it is a loss for all of us who knew your mom. But please know our loss is
Heaven's gain. She loved you so very much. Now it is time for her to be with Jim she waited a long time to see him again. God Bless you
Candy Seale

Cheri.....As I said on the card with the flowers...thank you for sharing your Mom with me. I loved her like she was my own. I know you will miss her, but rest assured that she loved you so much. You were her life and she adored you. She was a Mom to all of us who are part of your world. Now she and Jim are playing scrabble and having a drink or 2 together after all these years. Remember the good times and dont ever forget how much she loved you. God Bless You......Love Always Barb