Alex graduated from Parker High School in 2011, leaving behind a legacy of participation in football and track. Continuing his educational journey, he enrolled at the University of South Dakota, simultaneously taking on various jobs. Most recently, he served as a Sales Representative for Custom Built Homes, making a positive impact in the professional realm.
Beyond his dedication to his career, Alex possessed a multitude of hobbies that brought him joy and fulfillment. He found solace in the tranquil moments spent fishing and the thrill of hunting pheasants and foraging for asparagus. The family’s cherished vacation spot along the Missouri River became a repository of treasured memories, as they returned there each summer, creating lasting bonds and experiences. Whenever the opportunity arose, Alex eagerly hopped into his father’s Mustang, relishing the exhilaration of cruising the open roads. However, his greatest happiness emanated from the time he spent with his friends, beloved family, and his loyal companion, the family dog, Maggie Mae.
Throughout his life, Alex battled with the weight of addiction. Yet, he refused to allow his struggles to define him. Instead, he will forever be remembered for his unwavering compassion, his infectious smile, and the immense size of his heart. Known for his genuine concern for others, he made it a point to check in on those around him, offering support and kindness whenever needed. In the memories of those who knew him best, he will be remembered as a beacon of light, someone who left an indelible mark on their lives.