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Michael S. Alexander

August 22, 1951 - May 12, 2020
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Michael Steven Alexander, 68, of Crothersville, passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Schneck Medical Center. He was born in Seymour to the late Robert and Leona (Schrader) Alexander. A private family gathering will be conducted by Voss & Sons Funeral Service. On May 14, 1987, in Louisville, Kentucky, Michael married Billie Myers Alexander; sheContinue Reading

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Albert Hall left a message on July 18, 2020:
Mike and I grew apart after high school but we were bosom buddies from second grade through middle school. I don’t have many childhood memories that don’t include Bob and Leona along with Bob, Brenda and Linda and their family home on Windhorse Court in Seymour or the Schneider dairy farm. Sorry for your loss. Albert (Billy) Hall) Albert.Hall62@ymail.com.
Marsha Falk left a message on May 17, 2020:
Brenda, Linda and family I am so very sorry for your loss. Sweet memories of my very first best friend. Rest in peace Mikie Marsha
Ellen Anderson left a message on May 14, 2020:
Mike was an extraordinary man. I had the pleasure of being his "girl friend" for the past few years. Even though there were many miles between us, he always managed to call or text me most everyday. I warned him that we would never run out of things to talk about. He told me all about his family, his neighbors, and friends. He would give me history lessons because he was an avid reader and loved history especially of the Wild West and the Civil War. I loved his sense of humor, most of the time; but there were a few exceptions. I could always count on him to listen to me when I had something on my mind, and am grateful for his insight when trying to sort things out. We managed to visit each other now and then. He told me he always had a good time when he came up to the "big city" to visit me. Even though he might not have believed it, I truly enjoyed being with him at his home in the "middle of nowhere". What I loved most about Mike was his love for his family. All the kids meant so much to him. He was proud of each and everyone of them. Mike was a thoughtful and giving man. He worried about his sisters, complimented the waitresses at the Town House Cafe, gave his neighbor's cows water, and always hung his bird feeders....I could go on... It was just by chance that we met and it must have been meant to be that we became close. To me he was charming...which he told me no one would ever agree to that. But he did charm me. He called me Ellie and I loved it. But he really had me when he called me his little plate of liver and onions. I will miss Mike, I am so glad we had time together, he left me with many good memories; I will always be grateful. Rest in peace Sweetheart. Ellie
kimjo10@comcast.net left a message on May 14, 2020:
Tina and Michael and family as well I am so sorry for the loss of a great man...May God give you some sort of peace during this trying time..I love you both. Kim Smith
Rose Myers left a message on May 14, 2020:
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Terry Snyder left a message on May 13, 2020:
Love, Terry and Mark purchased the Ghirardelli Galore for the family of Michael S. Alexander.
Terry Snyder left a message on May 13, 2020:
I remember many a Friday night watching Sammy Terry on late night TV with Uncle Mike when we were kids. He had a good heart and sense of humor! We will miss him.
Jeanine Baxter left a message on May 13, 2020:
Linda very sorry to read about your brother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Voss & Sons Funeral & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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