Victor Hill Alexander


Victor Hill Alexander, 62,passed away at the Select Specialty Hospital on Saturday, June 23, 2018. Predeceased known family member is mother, Patricia Phillips. He leaves to cherish inhis memory; wife, Betty Garland Alexander; daughter, Victoria Estell Alexander; in-laws: Larry and Donna Garland;sisters-in-law: Lorena Obey, and Ebony Matthews; niece, Tiny Steward; nephew, Ted Jordan and other family and friends.

Victor and his family joined Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church in 2015. He was a faithful volunteer of the Libby Lofton Blessings Hand Food Pantryuntil his school class schedule conflicted with the service hourswhen onceenrolled in the Paralegal Program at Capital University Law School. Additionally, helping those in need, the Infant Food Project where Victor served as the Director for five years,would monthly distribute infant powder formula and infant powder cereal.

Victor was a longtime supporter of school activities. He was known for cooking food for the soul food dinners and giving encouragement to those who participated in the international events.

His accomplishments in life included his graduation with a Bachelor of Science from Wilberforce University and Masters of Theology from theTrinity Lutheran Seminary.

Visitation 11:00am and Funeral 12:00pm Monday, July 2, 2018 at Marlan Gary Funeral Home, The Chapel of Peace East, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. There are no words to express the sorrow in our hearts. Please accept our condolences.
    In just a little while all of the pain and sorrow that we feel from the death of our lone one will cease and be replaced with joy, because the former things have passed away. With caring thoughts.

  2. I wanted to send my condolences to the family of Mr. Alexander. I hope that good memories of him can fill your hearts, and that you might find some comfort from the words that Jesus and Martha spoke, which are recorded at John 11:23, 24. The pain we feel from losing a loved one is sure to be reversed someday.

  3. Clifton & Ebony Griffin

    To the family and friends of Victor Alexander-I cannot put into words the heaviness and sudden shock when I heard of Victor’s passing. He was a unique individual who had a real zest for life and wanted to achieve the highest of endeavors. I met him when I was a very young man in my early twenties needing male guidance. It was that same zeal and desire to achieve higher goals that Victor helped instill within me. Moreover, he made me a part of his family while I was away from my family and he became a part of my family. Many were the conversations that we shared as we got to know one another on a deeper level. Much of what I have accomplished to this point in my life, I can attribute to having known Victor. Often I speak of the lessons I learned from him to my wife and others, and I draw on those experiences I shared with him to navigate the present. Circumstances prevent me from being with you physically in your time of need; however, please know that I am with you in Spirit and praying for you continually. Victor was a great man who overcame much adversity in his life. The world was touched by a truly unique and intelligent man. I am a better person for having known Victor and he will always hold a special place in my heart. May The Lord keep you, comfort you, and provide you peace in a life that was very well lived.

  4. Howard Fairley III

    He was a good man when I met him and I’m glad to meet his family. He was such a caring man and actually welcomed me into his family and home when I was having a hard time. And I wanna say thank you , he will be missed

  5. Timothy & Teresa Blalock

    There is no words to express how one feels when they lose a love one. May God bless you and your family.

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