Edward Alexander, Jr. was born on January 29, 1962 in San Antonio, Texas to Mary Jane Bihms Alexander and Edward Alexander. Edward received Christ at an early age. He received his formal education at Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas. He had multiple skills, he worked as a mechanic, carpenter, master painter and had outstanding culinary skills. He had a love and a passion for boating and fishing. Edward was united in marriage to Rafaela Abrego on December 13, 2013. Edward departed this life on July 3, 2018. He leaves to cherish his beautiful memories and to celebrate his life, his wife, Rafaela Alexander; his parents, Edward and Mary Jane Alexander; his precious children, Nathan, Noah, Macy, David, Luckie (Omar) and Jerico; granddaughter, Charm; siblings, Earvie Lee Poole, Debbie Alexander, Darryl Alexander and Wendy Varraso (Robert). He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and many friends.

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  1. To the wife and parents…. My family and I want to express our sincere and profound Sadness as we send our condolences for the loss your son. With a heavy heart….we must look to our God for the source Of strength and perseverance during this transition in life. Again…my sincere sympathies and prayers for peace to you and yours Knowing your son has found his. Lovingly Anna Edwards and family

  2. Our sincere sympathy to Rafaela and his parents. God has him now and he is healed. His love and memories will always be in your hearts. Love and Prayers of Comfort, Aunt Pat & Family

  3. To Rafaela and his family … So sorry! Please know we’re still praying that our good and gracious LORD GOD (who enabled Eddie Jr. to “receive Christ…”) will continue to comfort you all with His blessed peace and assuring promises, by the abiding presence of the Holy Spirit. With heartfelt prayers and sympathy, BUT “looking unto Jesus” (Hebrews 12:2; Psalm 18:46; 1Thes 4:16-18). Uncle Cory, Aunt Shirley, and Michelle

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