Alan Don Alexander

09/15/1936   —   08/25/2018

Memorial donations may be made in Al’s name to:

Spectrum Health Hospice

750 Fuller Ave NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

spectrumhealthfoundation.org/tributegiving.

The Guestbook
  • Rick & Marilyn Kacher

    Chrys & family,
    Please accept our heartfelt sympathy at Al’s passing. Al has been a wonderful husband, father, grandfather & friend & will be dearly missed by all. We pray that your lifetime of wonderful memories will bring you some peace & comfort in the times ahead. We remember so many sporting events when are sons were growing up & we would sit and laugh together through each event. We also remember weddings, crying together over toasts one of our sons or the other had given. We will never forget a great friend. God bless you and give strength and comfort to you all.
    Love
    Rick and Marilyn Kacher

  • Mike Daniel

    I always enjoyed being around Mr. A. He was ALWAYS kind, generous and positive. I will miss him.

  • Arlene Wyszomierski

    It was a privilege to be Al’s Hairstylist for many years. I always looked
    forward to seeing him. Al had a way to make a person smile, just by walking into the room. May God give your family comfort and strength at this time. He will truly be missed.
    sincerely,
    Arlene Wyszomierski

  • Ed Graat

    Chrys and Family,

    My heart goes out to you all. Al was a dear co-worker and friend. After he moved to Grand Rapids as the Branch Manager for Provident, we saw each other at manager meetings at the home office and at exotic locations with our wives. We also saw each other at study groups with the alumni of Detroit Branch office. We played golf together at these events and enjoyed each other’s company. I loved his passion for life and his integrity. He will be missed. Ed Graat

  • Lou LeTourneau

    Chrys,

    I am so sorry for your loss.

    Al and I spent many great times together, whether it was talking insurance, sitting down for lunch or a cocktail, betting on football (damn that Notre Dame),or playing softball (he was a hell of a third baseman).

    Although I hadn’t seen Al in a few years, I thought of him often, and I shall truly miss him.

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