Samina Violet Alexander

November 28, 1937January 15, 2019

Samina Violet (Felix) Alexander, 81, of Camp Hill, passed away on January 15, 2019, surrounded by her loving family. Samina was born November 28, 1937 in Lancaster and raised in Harrisburg, daughter of the late Samuel and Violet (Ruffolo) Felix. Samina was a graduate of Bishop McDevitt High School. She attended cosmetology school and later owned and operated Alfe’s Beauty Salon with her mother Violet. She worked for the Commonwealth of PA in several Departments, the State Treasury, Health and Welfare and the Liquor Control Board. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Edward Alexander and her 4 children: Jeanna Giovannelli (Franklin), Jeffrey Alexander (Greg) DiTeodoro, Jessie Alexander-Gray (Mark) and Jacqueline Woodruff (Aaron), seven grandchildren: Joey, Alex, Liz, Cade, Josh, Jeffrey and Jordan, and her 4 loving sisters; Jack, Bob, Mike and Ted, nieces and nephews, Dane, Jody, Kyla, Piper, Blue and Corrina. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 10:00 AM at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 3435 E. Trindle Rd. Camp Hill, with visitation one hour prior to mass.


  • Edward Alexander, Spouse
  • Jenna Giovannelli, Daughter
  • Jeffrey Alexander, Son
  • Jessie Alexander-Gray, Daughter
  • Jacqueline Woodruff, Daughter
  • Seven Grandchildren


  • Visitation Saturday, January 19, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, January 19, 2019

Samina Violet Alexander

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Tom Palmer

January 18, 2019

So sorry to read about the loss of Sam . I was a childhood friend of Sam and her sisters,Mike ,Teddy and Jack with many fond memories of the family. I lived across the street from them on 15th street . God bless

Sheila Hacker

January 17, 2019

I was saddened to hear that your Mother passed away. I'm happy you were able to be there for her at the end with your family and surround her with much love. The team and I are sending healing prayers and comforting hugs your way. Please know you are not alone and we are here for you.

With deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Sheila Hacker