May 6, 1920 – October 5, 2020
Age 100 of Scituate passed away on October 5, 2020. Born and raised in Dorchester MA she was the daughter of the late Charles and Islinda Binda. Loving wife of the late Murl V. Alexander. Devoted mother of Robert C. Alexander and his wife Kathleen of Braintree, and Merle J. Alexander and her husband Anthony Glew of Scituate. Beloved grandmother of Alexandra Glew and Alex Alexander. Adele was recently presented the Town of Scituate’s Centenarian Proclamation in celebration of her 100th birthday.
She joined the Army women’s Auxiliary corps in 1943 and was a Scituate resident for over 40 years. Adele enjoyed spending time with family, her grandchildren, bowling and loved animals.
A private burial will take place at Massachusetts National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the MSPCA of Massachusetts at www.mspca.org/donate-now/ or to the Scituate Animal Shelter, 780 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy, Scituate, MA
Words of comfort can be left at www.richardsongaffeyfuneralhome.com
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Susan and Luke Mullin
October 8, 2020
Hi Merle, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Susan and Luke Mullin
October 7, 2020
Jeez Merle. I just can’t say how much I am sorry. Your mom was a hoot! So full of spunk. I remember my sister telling me about meeting her at one of the Scituate Animal Shelter’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony. She said I couldn’t believe this lady. Dressed to the nines on a cold winter night with high heeled boots to make a donation. She impressed a lot of people including me!! And I know you are the most devoted daughter a mother could have. She’s saving you a seat at Foxwoods in heaven. She will live in your heart forever.
October 7, 2020
To you both
I remember your mother from my days of working at "Angelos" (now the VIllage Market). I so enjoyed waiting on her and getting to know her and sharing recipes. She was always upbeat and fun and always considered her as my friend. We'd meet occasionally when we were both out dining.
She was truly a special person and I'm so sorry for your loss. How lucky you were to have had her all these years. She was so proud of her family and you must have some wonderful memories to help you at this sad time.
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