James Jay Bird Alexander

James Jay Bird Alexander

Mr. James "Jay Bird" Alexander              
AGE: 84            
ADDRESS: Cadiz, KY                       
DEATH (TIME/DATE/PLACE): He died at 11:20 PM, on Friday, December 12, 2008 at Decedent's Residence in Cadiz, KY  

CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural causes
SERVICES: Service will be held at Goodwin Funeral Home of Cadiz, KY on Monday, December 15, 2008 at 11:00 AM      

MINISTER: The Clergy will be Reverend Steve Spitzer, Dr. Hilda Bentley, Reverend Don Bunch                        
BURIAL: Burial will be at Siloam Cemetery, in Cadiz, KY  
VISITATION: Visitation will be at Goodwin Funeral Home of Cadiz, KY on Sunday, December 14, 2008 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

BIRTH PLACE: Cadiz, KY                         
BIRTH DATE: February 24, 1924         
PARENTS:
 Father-Harvey T. Alexander (Deceased)
Mother-Pocahontas (P'Pool) Alexander (Deceased)                               
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Attended Cadiz United Methodist Church           
OCCUPATION: Retired in 1981 from South Central Bell after 31 years, also retired from the Trigg Co School System as a bus driver                       

SPOUSE'S NAME: Opal (Choate) Alexander                  
SURVIVORS:
 Wife-Opal (Choate) Alexander of Cadiz, Ky.
Son & Daughter-In-Law-Kenneth & Beverly Alexander of Cadiz, Ky.
Daughter & Son-In-Law-Sandy & Dan Oakley of Cadiz, Ky.
Daughter & Son-In-Law-Kathy & Joe Chewning of Cerulean, Ky.
Brother-William "Bill" Alexander of Cadiz, Ky.
Brother-Robert Alexander of Columbia, Tenn.
Sister-Linda Caldwell of Cadiz, Ky.
Sister-Lorene Redick of Detroit, Mich.
Sister-Betty Estes of Phoenix, Ariz.
Grandchildren-Barry Alexander, Brandon Alexander, David Thomas, Sara Morgan Chewning, Daniel Oakley
great Grandchildren-Victoria Alexander, Elizabeth Alexander, Luke Alexander, Alexander Thomas, Zachary Thomas, Hannah Oakley
      
PRECEDED IN DEATH: He was preceded in Death by:
Father-Harvey T. Alexander
Mother-Pocahontas (P'Pool) Alexander
Sister-Evelyn Cantrell
Nephew-Lee Haydon Alexander
Mr. Alexander was a US Army veteran having served in Italy During WW II, He was a member of the Woodman of the World, Telephone Pioneers, and was a KY Colonel.
Memorial Contributions- Pennyroyal Hospice, 220 Burley Ave., Hopkinsville, KY 42240 or Cadiz United Methodist Church Building Fund, 214 Main Street, Cadiz, KY 42211

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