Ron & Elizabeth Alexander
posted on 10/31/19
My brother Jimmy helped me as I matured as an adult. We grew-up in Brooklyn - Queens - Long Island, NY. We all attended the same grammar and high schools, together. As Catholic men, Jim would strive to hold onto his sacramental duties, as best he could. Jim had four children and a step-child, after marriage to three wives We know that he outlived two of these wives. Although he loved all of his family members, Salhi and Ife, he held closest, as well as their mother, Bettye.
His love for investigation, a major trait of the Alexander family, directed his attention as a NYC Police Officer and as a Professor of Criminology. He tried to provide for his family throughout his life. We will always miss Jimmy, the first of four brothers to make it home. God bless you Jim! We will always love and think of you.
posted on 8/12/19
Jim, Ron, ED and I all went to HCHS, together. Years later, we would run across each other in the NYCPD. A friend and a nice guy. My condolences to his family.
posted on 8/11/19
Ife and Salih,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you
Love, Uncle Bob, Aunt Carolyn and Cory
Ife and Salih,
Our thoughts and concerns are with you. God bless you. Love Unclr Bob Aunt Carolyn and Cory
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