In Memory

Lynn Alexander

Lynn Alexander

September 13, 2010

Lynn was born on January 2, 1953 and passed away on Monday, September 13, 2010.

Lynn was last known to be living in Chandler, Arizona.

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07/19/11 06:05 PM #1    

Jerry Parsons

Lynn passed away on 13 Sept 2010, and was living in Chandler AZ.. He is Survived by his son Brian and his daughter Brandy who also live in the Phoenix basin. His Dad Jim, that many of us up and coming guitarists new thru Lynn, and his mom, Virginia still are in that area as well. Lynn had 4 Grand children that he loved so dearly. Lynn retired from Air Traffic Control at the Phoenix tower a few years back, and the last time he was out this way was for the Balloon Fiesta in 2009(?)..

   Lynn and I were best friends and ran around together our senior year... we shared a mutual gusto for the great times of our senior year and used to "hang out" at Tomasita Park, where we will be having our BBQ. Also, the rock house and Hyder Park were often our gathering spots. We had a mutual love for music and guitars and, of course fast cars... I'll never forget his purple duster. Lynn was an excellent musician. ... I recall that he and Ernie Lopez played guitar for their senior paper and wowed everyone with "Classical Gas" a popular strings tune of the day (By Mason Williams, of Sante Fe)... He continued his guitar work throughout. He married Sandy Villalobos a MHS 73 grad.. and they had 2 children.. 

   Lynn also had something that made all us guys wanna be his "Bud"... 3 beautiful sisters... I used to tease him that he wouldn't have any friends if he wasn't lucky enough to have 3 sisters... !! I married Louanne (MHS 72).. in 72 and we were married for 22 yrs. 

   We all united for the funeral last September.. It was sad to lose such a close friend and family member... but he will be remembered, ..  for eternity...

                                                                                       Jerry Parsons, class of 71   


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