Sir Alex may the angel take you into paradise and may choir of angel welcome you on your way. RIP
To the Smith Family, please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family. May the peace that comes from the memories of love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead.
May God continue to strengthen and comfort you at this time.
Mark & Yvonne McBarnett
My first meeting with Sir Alex was in Jamaica at his Duke Street address, which was over 20 years ago.He walk up to me and said I looked to be a nice lady and he wanted to show me his chickens he was raising.It may sound surprising but yes he did actually speak.
Ever since he and his wife migrated to Boston we became close friends. We talk about his work at CD Alexander, we talk about how he often times walk to visit his wife's grave, and talk about Church. We even had weekly phone calls, he had last call me the Tuesday before he passed away.
Sir Alex's in the Summer months would walk to my house all by himself and when I say how did you get here, he would say " Yuh think me a idiot, mi now how fi find yuh, mi walk slow"
Over the past year Sir Alex has been a regular visitor at my Church not missing Sunday Service, still smiling when greeted but not much words. He was loved by his H.O.D Church family.
I KNOW THAT HE GAVE HIS HEART THE OUR LORD.
Lets us celebrate and give thanks for his life.
May memories of Grandpa bring you peace and good memories. God Bless you.
The Pritchard Family