OBITUARY

Linh Alexander Nguyen

July 4, 1967June 7, 2019

Linh Alexander Nguyen was born on July 4, 1967 and passed away on June 7, 2019.

Services

28 June

Visitation

4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Harbor Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park & Mortuary

1625 Gisler Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626

29 June

Visitation & Service

9:00 am - 11:45 pm

Harbor Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park & Mortuary

1625 Gisler Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626

29 June

Reception

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Harbor Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park & Mortuary

1625 Gisler Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626

Memories

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Nick Stoianov

June 16, 2019

It is so sad knowing that Alex is gone from this world. But my firm belief is that our life doesn’t end on the physical plane.
One of my favorite memories is how proud he was of his kids and how excited he was about their interest in baseball, in economics, in school.
He would tell me about their interests and I could tell that he loved his family more than anything in the world.

Rest In Peace, buddy.

Good bye for now....until we meet again.

Jeff Messineo

June 16, 2019

The one thing you could count on was Alex’s deep love for his family- it drove his every decision and action. We met on the baseball field. We had some fun times and rough times for and against each other on the field (as coaches) - that’s sports - but his drive was always to make things better for Cameron, Ryan and, of course, Natalie. I’ll never forget his smile and his laugh. My deepest condolences. Alex will be missed.

Damon Tavangar

June 13, 2019

I have not had the pleasure of knowing Alex as long as others, but we met as colleagues, and soon thereafter realized that we shared same values in life, and became close friends. We even got into a car accident together. Alex was always kind, patient and ready to offer a helping hand, even to those who wasn't deserving of it. One thing I will always remember Alex by is the love he had for his sons Cameron, Ryan, and of course his wife Natalie.

I remember Alex and I would meet at 4:30am (Alex was always on time, I was always late) for our long drive to LA were we worked. These drives gave me such an incredible opportunity to get to know this amazing human being.

Alex where ever you are I know you are reading this, so listen, I owe you for that dinner. You tricked us and paid for everyone, so just know I am coming prepared this time. Alex thank you for everything you have passed on to me, may you rest in peace my friend.

“Every ending has a new beginning, as we shall meet again”

Fernando Salas

June 13, 2019

We met Alex when Cameron and my son Alex played on the same baseball team. Along with the Vido’s we formed a close bond that has lasted through the years. We called each other “brother”. We had so many fun times with him, Natalie and the boys. Especially our trip to Cooperstown, New York. Cameron and Alex (my son) remain friends even though they attend different high schools.
I know Alex will be watching over Natalie and his boys from above and will live in our hearts.
I will miss my brother.

Peggy Nguyen

June 12, 2019

I've known Alex since my teenage years when I started dating his younger brother, Hieu (now my husband of 22 years). Alex was always so kind to me. He often took me and Hieu out with him and we had many fun times together-camping, long bike rides to the beach, skiing, Tahoe and so much more. He was the big brother I never had. He often joined my family for the holidays and everyone saw him as a brother too. He also treated my nephew and niece like his own. His heart was so big to all of us.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY