Lendall Duane Alexander Sr.

January 1, 1933 ~ February 27, 2018 (age 85)
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PHIPPSBURG – Lendall Duane Alexander, Sr. age 85 passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Tuesday, February 27, 2018.  He was born in Phippsburg, ME on January 1, 1933 the son of Henry and Estella Alexander.

He is survived by his brothers Henry W. Alexander and wife Natalie of Phippsburg, Duane Alexander, Robert Worth, Alan Worth and Danny Worth; sisters Ruthie Doan and Elaine worth and brother-in-law Frederick J. Hersom, Sr of Bath ; his daughter Debbie Grisham and husband Doyle of Fairview TN; son Lendall Alexander, Jr. and his wife Yvette of Cundys Harbor; son Terry Alexander and wife Kathy of Cundy’s Harbor, daughter April McKenney and husband Jimmy of Phippsburg; And grandchildren Michelle Morton of Dickson TN, Arthur Morton, Jr. and his wife Melanie of Salt Lake City UT, Duane Alexander of Cundys Harbor, Jordan Hartley and husband Drew of Brunswick, Levi Alexander’s wife Abby of Harpswell, Zachery McKenney and Haley Archer of Phippsburg and Cody Gilliam and her husband Cameron of Woolwich; And great grandchildren, Chelsey Bledsoe and husband Drew of Fairview TN, Tristan Morton of Fairview TN, Justin McKenney of Phippsburg, Kaden, Bridger  & Paisley Wilkerson of Salt Lake City UT; And great-great grandchildren Brayden Johnson, Waverly Bledsoe and Nolan Bledsoe of Fairview TN and tons of nieces and nephews!!

He is predeceased by his wife Sherry Dawn Alexander, daughter Lynn Ann Alexander, grandson Levi Alexander and great granddaughter, Elena Lee Alexander; father, Henry Alexander and mother, Estella Alexander; brothers Tom Alexander, Russell Alexander, Richard Alexander, Calvin Alexander; sisters Edith Burgess, Shirley Murphy, Alberta Hersom, Louise Pierce and Lois Alexander.

Lendall loved his wife Sherry with everything that he had and he was the best daddy and grand-daddy in the world!! He was a wonderful example to his children…he taught them how to be a good husband, father and to work hard for everything you have.

He was a proud veteran of the Korean War and loved his country!!

Lendall loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the bible and going to church on Sunday…he read his bible faithfully, every day.   He was a fisherman at heart but also worked at BIW as a security guard and in the tool crib and retired from that job.  He loved to plant flowers and build bird houses and whistled all the time he was doing it.  In fact, he always whistled while he worked.

Rest in peace….We love you very much and will miss you every day of our lives!  Your loving family~

Visitation is Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 4:00 – 6:00pm. At the David E. Desmond & Son Funeral Home, 638 High Street, Bath.  A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 2:00pm at the funeral home. Burial will be held on May 21, 2018, 1:00pm at Oak Grove Cemetery.

Fellowship will be held at West Bath Grange Hall, 75 New Meadows Road, West Bath ME  immediately following the service.

Per Lendall’s request, the family is asking for those that are willing, to please send a donation to his church instead of sending flowers. Send donations to: Sebasco Church of the Nazarene, P.O. Box 36, Sebasco Estates Maine 04565 

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