Alexander "Alex" Oroszi III

February 3, 1965March 9, 2018
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Alexander "Alex" James Oroszi III, age 53, of Mt. Croghan, earned his wings on March 9, 2018.

He was born in Jacksonville Florida on February 3, 1965 son of Norma Miller Oroszi, lovingly raised by his mother, Dennis and Patty Linthicum. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, George and Lenora Winebrenner; his grandfather, Alexander James Oroszi and by his loving uncle, Dennis Linthicum. Alex is survived by his sons, Jason Alexander Oroszi and Jeremy James Oroszi; his grandchildren, Haileigh, Aaron, Justen, Layla and Olivia; and his four grandpugs.

Alex was a die hard race fan, an avid fisherman who loved playing his guitar, writing music, cooking out on his grill, working on his Chevy trucks and above all else, spending time with his boys.

The family will receive friends Saturday March 24, 2018 from 2:00pm until 3:00pm at McEwen Funeral Home of Monroe. A memorial service to celebrate Alex's life will begin at 2:00pm in McEwen Funeral Home's Colonial Chapel. A gathering of friends and family will follow services at 3004 Peacemaker Lane, Indian Trail, NC 28079.


  • Visitation Saturday, March 24, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, March 24, 2018

Alexander "Alex" Oroszi III

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Ross Carpenter

March 20, 2018

Alex was a great friend! He will be missed by all! My heart goes out to all of his family! May God give you peace in your hearts and remember the good times you shared! My prayers are with you! God Bless!

Beth Crump

March 17, 2018

Very sweet guy, always had a smile and hello. Met him where I waitress part time and knew him from Food Lion. I will miss that smile each time I go to Food Lion. Fly high friend

Gerald & Debi Long

March 16, 2018

Great person gone too soon! We will miss seeing Alex come in our store to check out the guitars and tools.
See you when we get there our friend...

Kim Rushing

March 13, 2018

My heart goes out to the family through this difficult time. I knew Alex through the Enterprise gym. He was a super nice guy!

Jeff & Lesia Rollins

March 13, 2018

You were one of the first people we met when we moved to NC some thirty something years ago and you made us feel at home. There are so many memories of all the things all of us did together that I could not begin to name them all. Even though we had not spent time together in the past while, when we did see each other it was like nothing had changed and you were the same friend as always. Jason & Jeremy hold onto the memories, he was so proud of you both. Our sympathy & prayers to all the family.

Darlene Garris

March 13, 2018

I am so sad to hear about the passing of Alex. I met him about 2 1/2 years ago. He was such a nice person and a good friend. He always wore a smile and liked to cut up. He sure did love his Chevy trucks, his guitars and grilling. He loved his sons and talked about them often. He will be missed. Praying for the family during this difficult time.
(I took this picture of him the first time we met).

Linnett Burr

March 12, 2018

I am very sorry for your loss. He was such a likable guy and it was my pleasure to have met him when he moved to S.C.

Lisa T. Funderburk

March 12, 2018

Such a down to earth person. I still see the boy with a head full of curls, playing middle school basketball. Fly high my friend.

Laurie Sittley

March 11, 2018

We will miss you on the dirt roads. It just wont be the same. You left us with so many good memories. I'll never forget how i thought you were going to get mad when we painted your mail box ford blue, but you loved it. And the time we invited you over to do karaoke and you were so excited it took you days to make a list of all the songs you wanted to sing. You always talk about your boys and told us how proud you were of them. You were such a good person. I'm going to miss you. R.I.P

Laurie Sittley