Jimmie Mae Alexander
GOSHEN [mdash] Jimmie Mae (Hall) Alexander, 94, passed away Friday, Dec. 20 at 7:37 p.m. in her home.
She was born in Collin County Texas, 1925. She grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois, and was preceded in death by her parents, Willie and Ted Hall, and husband, John Francis Alexander.
She loved traveling with John, tending to her home, yardwork and sending countless news articles to her children.
Jimmie Mae is loving mother of Pat Hanley, Florida, Scott and Deb Alexander, Illinois, Barbara Hoffman, Illinois, Linda Mandel, Indiana, Julie and David Lodygowski, Michigan; and Andy, her cat. She was grandmother of four grandkids, including three great-grandkids.
Jimmie Mae was actively involved with the Salvation Army, attended Pleasant View Church and made many amazing and loving friends.
Special thanks to Judy Horton and Randy Cummings, caregivers; Gail Hendershot, Eunice Chupp, Karen and Allen Hanton, the entire staff at the Salvation Army, Hospice, and all of her dear and faithful friends.
A memorial service will be held at the Salvation Army, 1013 N. Main St., Goshen, Saturday, Jan. 4, from 3 to 5 p.m.
Memorial gifts may be made to the Salvation Army.
Published on December 30, 2019

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Ruth Yender
Jan 10, 2020
Such a gentle spirit. Sweet, kind, intelligent, well-read.
I will always remember Jimmie's laugh and her telling me "don't be sad."
My life is so much richer for having known Jimmie and spending precious time with her. I will think of her whenever I see daisies.
John Urban
Jan 05, 2020
So sorry for your loss Scott.
Patsy & vaughn
Jan 03, 2020
Jimmie, I finally met you in person and not on the computer. Just the little time we spent talking to you I could tell you had the kindest heart. You treated us very kindly. May you Rest In Peace now sweet lady. God bless all your family and friends
Shannon
Jan 02, 2020
Jimmie had such a big heart for my family, she was like a Grandmother to my kids. Jimmie I will always remember your caring, kindness and infectious smiles.
Phyllis J Wells
Jan 01, 2020
I didn't know Jimmie, but know her sweet daughter, Barbara, and she's a real treasure and I know Jimmie was proud of her. Barb, I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's passing, and hope she didn't suffer at the end. Remembering all of you in prayer.
Tribute Store
Jan 01, 2020
Enchanted Cottage was purchased for the family of Jimmie Mae Alexander by Tribute Store.  Send flowers
Jeffery And Sherry Thompson
Jan 01, 2020
Scott and all of The Alexander Family, Our Deepest Sympathy to You. Sounds like she was a Great Lady to Know, she is in Heaven with my Grandma, who Came From Texas Also. Jeff & Sherry Thompson Gassville, Arkansas
The Kids and All the Family
Jan 01, 2020
Heartfelt Memories was purchased for the family of Jimmie Mae Alexander by The Kids and All the Family.  Send flowers
Tribute Store
Dec 31, 2019
Blooming Garden Basket was purchased for the family of Jimmie Mae Alexander by Tribute Store.  Send flowers
Al (Kit) Kitlica
Dec 31, 2019
I deeply loved my Aunt May. As I type this, I am unsuccessfully holding back the tears. She was my mom’s ( Eileen Alexander Kitlica) best friend. Eileen was the older sister of John Alexander, Aunt May’s husband.

My mom and Aunt May spent a lot of time together while their husbands were away in World War II. Their friendship goes back to around 1939.

Aunt May was the last of the original Alexander Family Aunts and Uncles. The Alexanders lived on Wilson Avenue in Downers Grove. It was a big Scotts-Irish clan. Their parents were Charles and Julia. Of their seven children, there were three boys: Reid, Bud and John. .... and four girls: Margaret, Genevieve, Rita and Eileen. It was
... a great family.

I will miss talking on the phone with my Aunt May. She was simply one of the sweetest ladies I ever knew. I miss her already.
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MaryAlice McDonald
Dec 31, 2019
Our sincerest sympathy to all of Jimmie's family and friends. Pat has become a dear friend and we share in her loss.