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August 30, 1964 ~ June 6, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Deacon Jon Alexander, a beloved member of the community, passed away on June 6, 2023, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy of service. He was born on August 30, 1964, in Ohio, and grew up in Aliquippa, PA. Jon was a dedicated individual who made significant contributions throughout his life. Jon’s educational journey began at Euclid High School, and he furthered his studies at the ICM School of Business and Lakeland College, specializing in Real Estate and Finance. Equipped with knowledge and determination, he embarked on a successful career path. Initially, Jon became the proud owner of Maxine’s Deli, a family business he took over from his father, Horace Williams. He dedicated himself to its growth and success. Alongside his work at the deli, Jon extended his expertise to the financial sector. He served as a Financial Services Counselor at JA & Associates and later worked as a broker for Washington National, American General Mortgage, and Premier Mortgage Funding. Through these roles, Jon assisted countless individuals in areas such as estate planning, budgeting, loans, mortgages, and more. Jon’s impact was not limited to his professional achievements. He was deeply committed to his community, working alongside the late Congressman Louis Stokes to foster financial literacy and educate others about the fundamental aspects of banking. He shared his knowledge generously and selflessly. A pillar of Christian Valley, Jon served as a devoted deacon and was an integral part of the church community. His sociable nature and genuine concern for others led him to reach out, check on individuals, and lend a helping hand whenever possible. Jon was preceded in death by his father, Horace Williams; grandfather, John Wesley Alexander; cousin, Shelton Williams; best friend, Redon Jones; and mentor, Deacon Johnson. He leaves to mourn his legacy: his love of over 30 years, Senata; two sons, Darren and Wesley; mother, JoAnn Moore (Henry); grandson, Matthew James White; godchildren, Redon Jr., Jordan, and Jocelyn, two stepsisters, Sheryl (Gerald) and Robin; stepbrother, Gerald; four sisters-in-law, Rose, Edna, Velda, and Tang; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and Church Family at Christian Valley. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing him. Deacon Jon Alexander’s memory will forever remain in our hearts, and his legacy of kindness, generosity, and community service will continue to inspire us all. May he rest in eternal peace.