Charles Donald Alexander

December 5, 1930October 9, 2010

Charles Donald Alexander “Don”

Mr. Alexander, 79, passed away peacefully in his sleep Saturday the 9th of October in Eustis, Florida. Don, born December 5, 1930 to Charles and Jessie Alexander, was a lifelong resident of Charlotte where he graduated from Central High in 1950. He then enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served honorable for four years during the Korean War. Don worked in the automobile industry in Charlotte for over 30 years before his retirement.

Dad had a love and passion for the outdoors where he spent most of his free time quail and pheasant hunting behind his beloved birddogs.

He is survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Virginia and Dick Devault of Maryland; two children, son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Nikki Alexander of Sanford, Florida, and daughter, Leslie Davis of Lake Worth, Florida; six grandchildren, Rhodes, Graham and Greer Worthington of San Diego, CA, Ashton Alexander of San Francisco, CA, and Alexander and Austin Davis of Lake Worth, Florida.

Dad was loved and will be missed by family and friends alike.

Services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Monday, October 18, at Sunset Memory Gardens Mausoleum, 8901 Lawyers Road, Charlotte, NC.

Condolences may be offered at

Arrangements under the direction of McEwen Funeral Service-Mint Hill Chapel, Charlotte, NC.


  • Graveside Service Monday, October 18, 2010

Charles Donald Alexander

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Jerry Stultz

August 10, 2011


I had heard your Dad died, and I am sooo sorry... I know several months have passed, but I wanted to say how sorry I was... I really enjoyed hunting with your Dad. Don was a real friend to me and when I first moved to Charlotte in 1983, your Dad and I started "Bird hunting" together a lot and we had many many days afield.... I drove by the old home place a few months back and wondered how he had been doing.... I still remember hunting with you and your Dad in Kansas around Pittsburgh so many years ago, seems like yesterday. Hope you are doing well, again so sorry for the loss and apologize for taking so long to reach back out to you and the family.

Jennifer (Mueller) Schroeder

November 5, 2010


I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. Don was an amazing man....always made me smile. But I know you have great memories of hunting with your dad in Kansas. He always had a smile on his face and something completely unexpected to say. He will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

October 18, 2010

We are so sorry to hear about Don. My husband and I lived next to him in Mint Hill for many years, and he would bring us items from his garden. After we moved, my father and his wife moved into our house, and would enjoy having him over for dinner. We always made a dinner plate for him every Thanksgiving and Christmas. He will be greatly missed! - Delores & Steve Pickett


October 17, 2010

Sorry for your loss-- Donnie as he was known when we were young teenagers hunting rabbits at his grandparents farm --now part of Lake Norman--was a "good buddy --and friend " We remembered many good times at recent Central High reunions ..I missed him at the most recent event--I hope he finds our old rabbit dogs--just one of our many stories----JIM PYRON

October 17, 2010

I am sorry for the loss of your dad/grandfather. Don will be missed by many.

Cheryl Alexander, Charlotte

Tiffany Bross

October 16, 2010

You will be greatly missed! I am sorry that I did not get to say goodbye to you. You were a great man. I will see you again someday. I love you!

Tiffany Bross

Stephen and Ruth Varner

October 16, 2010

Condolences are extremely difficult to write, putting thoughts on paper, but just know, Mark and Nikki, that Don is smiling down on you, appreciative of the care that you gave him. We feel very fortunate to have known Don for the short time we did, and are comforted knowing that he is at peace.

October 16, 2010

My condolences to the family. We have all suffered a huge loss. 'Donnie' was a good friend for over 60 years.

Dick Orr