Kenneth Ray Alexander
February 7, 1947 – August 2, 2018
Kenneth R. Alexander, age 71 of Covington, Ohio (formerly of Greenville) passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at his home. Born February 7, 1947 he was a son to the late Paul & Goldie (Bower) Alexander. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his daughter Lori Alexander: brothers Larry Alexander & Jim Alexander.
Ken was a hardworking man. He retired from Corning after serving over 25 years; owned “Ken’s 76 Service Station” in Ansonia and was a volunteer for the Ansonia Fire and Rescue Squad. He enjoyed playing pool, repairing cars, fishing and golfing at the Union City golf course. He was an avid Cincinnati Reds fan, but more than anything he loved spending time with his family and grandchildren. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Survived by children Tina & Bill VanBebber; Mark & Deidra Alexander; Kevin &Lesley Alexander: grandchildren Justin VanBebber; Scarlett Alexander; Greyson Alexander: brother Rick & Corinna Alexander: nephews Mike, Tony and Kris Alexander: as well as many more nieces, nephews, family members & friends.
Ken’s wishes were simple, remember him as he was, share his stories, and smile when you think of him. Arrangements entrusted to the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Online condolences www.zecharbailey.com. Memorial donations may be made to State of The Heart Hospice.
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August 5, 2018
My memory of Ken comes from my years as his classmate at Ansonia schools. Ken was a good friend and a Class Act. He will be missed by all.
Kelly Kay Alexander
August 3, 2018
Sitting in the lobby of Uncle Ken's 76 service station was a treat for me. I can still hear the sounds going on in the garage and the smell of oil. Best of all Uncle Ken always let us kids have Joe bubble gum with the comic in it. Also watching him drive in the Darke County Fair Demo was exciting.