Posted by susanne, a resident of the Sylvan Park neighborhood, on Jul 25, 2012 at 4:25 pm
O.K. its not very important at this point. He has a life that should be celebrated. He truly was a wonderful man and lived a long and very special life. I for one is proud he lived in our lifetime. He really enjoyed every day for as many years as it was. I send love and hugs to the whole family and especally to his wife and true love. See you in September.
Posted by Dominick, a resident of the Waverly Park neighborhood, on Jul 25, 2012 at 10:56 pm
I knew Alex and his wife. He lived in Waverly Park. My wife and I always stopped to talk to them when we passed their home on our morning walks. I had no idea he was so talented and just recently connected with He and his wife when I saw their shop next to the CVS drugstore.
I remember him saying that he was in the Navy for six years during WWII as I spent the same time in the Marines. And he is from Pennsylvania as I am.I had no idea he was so old, he certainly looked and acted as a much younger person. I hope to attend the Celerbration of his life in Cuesta park.
Posted by gg, a resident of the Old Mountain View neighborhood, on Jul 26, 2012 at 9:13 pm
I met Alex few years ago amd played single again him ...I can not believe I got a lesson not only tennis lesson but the attitude to have on the court...then played doubles...believe me you can be old but you can stay good.
I learn a good lesson ...Life lesson.. I will not forget Sally, his wife...I love her so much, nice lady ..she supported Alex with love and I am note sure we can find this truly love now...so true..so pure pefect couple