Muehlig Funeral Chapel

403 South Fourth Ave, Ann Arbor, MI


Alexander Timothy Park

August 3, 1990March 17, 2020

Born August 3 1990, and passed away peacefully with family by his side at U of M Hospital March 17, 2020. Beloved son to Timothy J.Park and Laurie (Rogers) Raus and dearest brother to Christopher J. Park of Ann Arbor Mi. Also surviving are grandparents Susie Park of Howell Mi. and John Park of Brighton Mi; uncles Joel Park of Dearborn Mi and Kenneth Rogers of Tampa Fl. and aunt Elizabeth Rogers of Woodstock Ny. Memorial service to be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Home of New Vision, 3115 Professional Dr. Ann Arbor Mi. 48104.


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Alexander Timothy Park

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Kiley Rice

March 30, 2020

Hi Aunt Liz-Thanks for sharing.
Sounds like you may be referencing his "Lady's Man" impression?

haha:) It is so good to read these memories of him. He left such a positive light wherever he went, and was so good at making new friends.

Hi, My name is Kiley Rice (Kilgallon). :) Alex was my high school/college sweetheart and first great love (cheesy, but true). We reconnected this past year and I was so excited to have his friendship back in my life again. It was so familiar and comforting, reminded me of home more than anything.

I have lots memories with Alex, but a few of my favorites were his homemade cards stamped with his awesome art, his mixed CDs /playlists that he made me, and when he would bring over gallons of Stucchi's ice cream to my house to make his "famous" chocolate milk shakes. I am so grateful to have loved such a wonderful human and to have so many cherished memories with him. I will always carry them with me.

Sending my love to the family. Please don't hesitate to reach out for any reason.


Elizabeth Rogers

March 30, 2020

I am Alex’s aunt Liz, sister of Alex’s mother Laurie. First I would like to thank you Marla for your memory of Alex. He was a very compassionate, funny and creative young man, and also very tall and handsome. His mom shared that she knew there was someone at his restaurant job that he liked and was hoping to be scheduled more frequently in order to see her.:)
Laurie and I talk several times a day and she shares more and more about his funny sense of humor and the impersonations he could easily do of his favorite standup comedians including Steve Chapelle! I know when he was about 10 (1990?)we travelled together to Detroit where I had some friends and he did some skit that had something to do with a ham, .... if anyone knows what he was referring to please let me know.
The picture is of Alex and his older brother Chris taken at Mac’s Seafood Grill in Saline, MI about 10 years ago.

Marla McCormick

March 22, 2020

I met Alex at Bd’s Mongolian Grill a few weeks ago. He was always bright and would help me by busing my tables/ and putting smiles on my face. So Tall and creative, he loved art and painting. I have a few photos of his work he sent me. I attached my favorite. I am so devastated that this happened and was looking forward to getting to know him better. Rest In Peace my new friend.