George G. Alexander

August 19, 1950 ~ April 17, 2011

George G. Alexander, 60, a resident of Sweetlake, LA died at 9:47 PM Sunday, April 17, 2011 peacefully with his family surrounding him.

Mr. Alexander was born in Jennings, Louisiana and lived in the Lake Charles area for most of his life. He was the owner of George's Place in Sulphur for 10 years and spent the remaining time working as a truck driver with his wife. He served in the United States Navy during Vietnam. He enjoyed playing golf, working in the yard, spending time with his family, traveling and reading. Mr. Alexander was a member of University United Methodist Church.

He is survived by his loving wife of 14 years Kim Payne Alexander of Sweetlake, LA, two sons Jeff Alexander and his wife Carolyn of Irvine, CA, Mickey Alexander of Brooklyn, NY, one daughter Tracy Benoit of Lake Charles, one brother Dr. Randy Alexander and his wife Wanda of Lake Charles, one sister Sharon Alexander of Sulphur, LA, four grandchildren Brittany Benoit, Brett Benoit, Brant Benoit and Brock Benoit, and a host of nieces and nephews.

Mr. Alexander is preceded in death by his parents Dr. George "Mickey" and Luna Cole Alexander.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 5:00 PM from the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Charlie Langford will officiate. Visitation will begin at 2:30 PM until the time of services.

In Lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to:

The ALS Association

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  1. Be encouraged, For this i sthe perfect Will of our Father. All the world's a stage. And all the men and women merely play a role (actors). They have their entrances and exits, And one man in his time play many parts(Roles).-William Shakespeare_. I am happly to have shared on the front row of George's audience. Thank you for sharing your lives withus. Much Love,Tinnie

  2. George will be greatly missed. We will miss his many stories he told about his past. He loved his family dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you.Karen

  3. George will never really be lost to us..we will feel his presence in so many special ways…through friends and family he always cared about, the dreams he left behind, in the joy that he added to our days, the words of wisdom we will carry with us, and the memories that will never fade. His special love lives on. May we find peace and comfort in the cherished memories of George. Kim, Jeff, Tracy, Mickey, Randy, and Sharon…Thank you so much for sharing George with all his many friends. Each of us has a George story. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. John and Sandra DeWitt

  4. Sorry for your loss, can't be there in person but know I am there in spirit. Call me if any of you need anything.Love Aunt Carliss

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