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Brandon Scott Alexander

Warren Cemetery Photo & Obit
Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma


Photo by: Jan Fendley

Obit rewritten & posted by Jo Aguirre

Services for Brandon Alexander were 2:00 at PM, Friday, March 6, 2009, at John M. Ireland Funeral Home Chapel, Moore, Ok.

Interment followed at Warren Cemetery, Norman, OK.

Brandon was born May 24, 1983 to Scott and Jamie Alexander and passed away on March 1, 2009 in Oklahoma City.
 
He graduated from Westmoore High School in 2001 and was a member of Southwest Church of Christ.
 
Survivors include  his wife Rachel Andrews Alexander and their son Cameron Scott Alexander of Cashion, his parents Scott and Jamie Alexander, Moore, his sisters Ginna Alexander Bentley and brother-in-law Marshall Bentley of Savannah, Ga., Lisa Alexander of OKC, and Emma Alexander of Moore, a host of relatives and friends. 

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