Hopkins - Rector Funeral Home

4 Percy L. Julian Drive, Greencastle, IN


Lester Allen Alexander

March 2, 1945June 30, 2020

Lester Allen Alexander, 75, of Greencastle passed away Tuesday, June 30, 2020, at his residence surrounded by his family.

Lester was born in Greencastle on March 2, 1945, the son of Everett and Julia (Brown) Alexander, and was a1963 graduate of Greencastle High School.

Mr. Alexander owned and operated Alexander Masonry for 45 years. He was a life-time member of Greencastle Moose Lodge #1592, and had attained the Pilgrim Degree. He was also a Charter Member of the Eagles #4388.He loved spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. He enjoyed mushroom hunting and fishing with anyone that wanted to go. He loved going to Vegas. He bowled and sponsored many teams at his favorite bowling alley Varsity Lanes. He also sponsored a softball team that he played on with many of his friends. Later in life, he enjoyed going to, and having car shows, which came after his wife won their 2016 Shelby Mustang out at the “D” in Vegas!

Survivors include his wife of 55 ½ years, Barbara Alexander, Greencastle; three children, Lester Alexander Jr., Greencastle, Leslie “Missy” Alexander-Terry, (partner-Keith), Coatesville, and Scott Alexander, (wife-Candy), Greencastle; five grandchildren, Kody Terry, Dylan Terry, Katlin Alexander, Samara Alexander, and Everett Alexander; two great grandchildren, Carter Terry and Olivia Alexander; a sister-in-law, Marlene Alexander; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Donnie Alexander, and Harold Alexander; a sister, Linda Wills; a brother-in-law, Don Wills; and a sister-in-law, Barb Alexander.

Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8, 2020. A Pilgrim Degree Ceremony will be held at 5:00 p.m.

Due to the Covid-19, we encourage visitors to maintain a six foot distance as they walk-through line for visitation, and maintain this distance as they are seated for service. Wearing masks is advised. If you have been sick or recently exposed please do not come.

Memories may be shared with the family at www.Hopkins-Rector.com.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, July 8, 2020

  • Pilgrim Degree Ceremony

    Wednesday, July 8, 2020


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Sandy Thomas

July 14, 2020

You will be missed...RIP


Marge & Julie i Claxton & Juliani

July 8, 2020

Butch, Mr. Moose, you have always been a good friend and always there to help others with a friend smile. a helping hand. A dedicated Lodge Member in some many ways - You will be very much missed and it will be very difficult for anyone to ever earn be called Mr. Moose. You will forever be in our thoughts, and our hearts. Our flag will fly each day and when the wind moves it we know that you are helping it - or at least we can think this in our hearts. We know that you will be looking down on us and adding a thought or to as to How we are doing the Job, we will do our best and we hop that You will enjoy your Pain Free new life with Peace and Rest. Smile Mr. Moose, Smile down on us. always.

Tracy Pitts

July 8, 2020

So sorry to hear of Butch’s passing. I have many fond memories of him through multiple years of working together on construction projects, softball, pool and most of all the Kentucky golf trips. He will be sadly missed. God bless his entire family.

Jimmie & Bobbie Arnold

July 8, 2020

Our prayers and love are with Barb and family. Butch will be missed by many. Jimmie thought so much of Butch and was so sad to hear of his passing

Daisy (Gorham) Kennedy

July 8, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Prayers and hugs to you and your family.

John (Bobby) Powell

July 4, 2020

I didn't know what to think, the first time I heard that gravely voice. Soon, though, I discovered the wonderful man he was. And for many years now I have been privileged to call Butch, not only a Lodge Brother, but a friend.

I, too, pray that God grants an extra touch of comfort and strength to Barb and all the family, to guide them through the rough days ahead. Butch will be sorely missed.

Until we meet again, my friend.

Pete & Debbie Alamo

July 3, 2020

So Many Good Memories at the Moose with Butch and our travels with the Moose Conventions. So Many Good Times with Butch and Barb. TRUE STORY - Butch was one of a kind and I don't think there will ever be another like him. Would give anyone the shirt off his back if he thought you needed it. Kind hearted and giving and never asked for anything back. Our hearts are sad and we will forever miss him. Sending Our thoughts and Prayers for his wife Barb and his family. Fly High Our Friend. R.I.P. Butch
Pete & Debbie

Bryan Priebe

July 3, 2020

My dad Larry Priebe and Butch were close friends for many years. I worked for Butch for a couple of summers when I was in school. I have a lot of fond memories of those days. May God Bless you Butch and help your family through this time.



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