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Condrew A. Alexander Sr.
March 23, 1950
~ June 13, 2021
Condrew Alex Alexander Sr. (Boo) 71 of Toms River, NJ passed away on June 13, 2021. He was born in Mecklenburg County Virginia on March 23, 1950 to Mahala Goode and Onie Alexander.
Condrew was educated in the Mecklenburg County Virginia school system. He grew up in South Hill, Virginia. He loved to listen and dance to rhythm and blues. He loved to work on cars. He started working at an early age to help take care of the family. He moved to Philadelphia in the early 70's for a short time. Soon after he moved to Lakewood, NJ where he met and married Mary Marsh. Condrew worked hard sometimes at two jobs to support his family. Condrew loved spending time with his friends the Cut Brothers. Later on he gained a passion for motorcycles and joined the Cobra 1 motorcycle club of Asbury Park and later on became president. Condrew loved hard; he always made sure he surprised his grandkids with a gift or quality time. Condrew retired from Costco as a truck driver.
He was predeceased by his father Onie Alexander and his mother Mahala Goode, his first wife Mary Alexander, his grandson Ashton Alexander, his sister Shirley May Baskerville, his three brothers Charlie Carter Jr., Walter Lee Carter and Sterling Goode and his cousin Maryland.
He is survived by his brother George Carter; his three children Willie Derick Marsh, Lawanda Renee Alexander and Condrew Alexander Jr. (wife Sherry); his three aunts Cordell Harris, Beatrice Baskerville and Elizabeth Brooks; his fourteen grandchildren Latonya, Asia, Marim, Alim, Jada, Emya, Derrick, Dahleer, Nazia, Ashley, Moesha, Marquis, Ramaya and Zyasia; his five great grandchildren Jusiyah, Desmond Jr., Jeramiah, Arielle and Ezekiel; his 5 cousins Robert Jones (wife Sylvia), Dawayne Fuzz Harris (wife Patricia), James Red Harris, Christine Thomas and Bridget Peebles (husband Jeff); his former wife Bonita Medina and a host of other relatives and friends.
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Please accept our condolences on the loss of your loved one. Boo made such a grand presence every time he came into our Rental Office…such a sweet man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
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