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Regginald Keith Alexander, Sr.

Memorial for Regginald Keith Alexander, Sr.

Born in Austin, Texas on Feb. 11, 1960
Departed on Apr. 2, 2013 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Friday, Apr. 12, 2013
1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Service: Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013
2:00 pm
Cemetery: Evergreen Cemetery
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Regginald Keith Alexander, Sr., was born in Austin, Texas to the parentage of Hugh and Ola Alexander, on February 11, 1960. He received his formal education in public schools through the Austin Independent School District (AISD). He was a graduate of Anderson High School, class of 1978. Reggie was a very hard worker and immediately went to work after graduating high school. He worked for an extended period of time at Bank of America, Terminix, and later for the City of Austin.

Reggie accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age.

He was married to Rhonda Ann Brown-Ward on October 17, 1986. This union was blessed with a loving daughter and a loving son.

Reggie affectionately cared, loved, and cherished his family at all times. He was candid at heart. Over the years, Reggie always cooked and he continued to have a love for cooking. Some of his specialties were his fabulous pot of chili beans, enchiladas and corn bread among many other home cooked dishes.

When God created Reggie he undoubtedly furnished him with many unique gifts. He was incredibly blessed with exceptional skills, talents, and abilities. He had a deep passion for creating exquisite paintings and drawings. He was skilled and talented as a Certified Automotive Mechanic having the ability to not only repair vehicles but semi-trucks as well. Since he had such a helpful spirit, he could often time be found assisting people with their vehicle repairs.

He was a loyal Washington Redskins fan and he enjoyed viewing Science Fiction movies during his free time.

Amongst his journey, he decided to master howling, mocking the sound of a wolf. He crafted howling so well, he used it to bring smiles to people's faces. Additionally, due to this effort, over a period of many years, he was affectively nicknamed "Wolf".

Adventurous, Courageous, and Loving was his nature. He was always caring towards others and kept a humorous and fearless spirit.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Willie V. Alexander and Mae Collins Alexander as well as his maternal grandparents, James Wright and Ola Foster Wright, and his brother Hugh Donald Alexander.

He leaves to cherish his dear memory his beloved children: his, "Babygirl", Adria Lynn Brown-Alexander and his adored look alike, "Junior", Regginald Alexander, Jr. Three precious grandchildren: Alyssa Daniels, Roy Charles Dever, and Alana Turner. Three sisters: Debra Alexander, Jeanette Davis (Charles Joyner) and Marilyn Alexander. His parents: father, Hugh Alexander and his mother, Ola Wright Alexander; 10 nieces: Nicole Alexander, Ursula Alexander, Natasha Dora, Whitney Stanley, Danyell Stanley, Shameika Brown, Yvette Roe, Yvonne Patton, Candice Alexander, and Kaleisha Butts; 10 nephews: Brandon Alexander, Erric Chambers, David Floyd, Jr. Daniel Floyd, Cedric Hardeman, Donald Hardman, Terry Patton, Lonnie Davis, Jr., Frank Bonner, Jr. and Marcus Bonner; a host of other relatives and friends, including: Mike Cardenas who Reggie was extremely close with and a special friend, confidante, and supporter, Gloria Jones.

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