June 11, 1955 ~ April 7, 2019

Born in: Denver, Colorado
Resided in: Eagle Point, OR



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  1. To our nephew in heaven they say there is a reason. They say time will heal. Neither time nor reason will change the way we feel. Gone are the days we use to share. But in our hearts you are always there. The gates of memories will never close. We miss you more than anybody knows. Love and miss you every day. Till we meet again. From your uncles and aunts, Dr. Gary L. Harris, (Jennifer Harris), Sophronia Harris, Rickey Harris, (Karen Harris), Marlean Dorsey, (Ronald Dorsey) and Pearl Harris.

  2. I am sending my love and prayers to the Alexander, and Harris families. I grew up with Ronald in Park Hill. We both attended Hallett elementary school, and Hill Jr HS. Rest in heaven.

  3. My condolences and prayers to the Alexander and Harris families, Ron was my friend and teammate at Manual. RIH my friend.

  4. I will always remember the times you would come to papa and Gia’s house and we would play and hang out, my condolences
    And prayers for the family, Ronald Alexander jr was my great uncle and until I see you again uncle I love you

  5. ~~In Celebration of a Life Well Lived ~~
    Ronald Alexander Jr.
    April 17, 2019

    To: Mr. Aundrea Alexander and Family:

    My wife, Taryn and I are deeply saddened to hear that our friend Ronald Alexander Jr. known to many as “Ronald Jr. ” has bid us farewell from this side of life as we know it. Words, however sincere, are inadequate to express our feelings at this time. However, know that our thoughts and prayers surround you. Likewise, we know our Lord is watching over the entire family at this very moment. He will continue to hold you in the palm of His hand and will give you the strength to continue on this journey called “life”.

    As I think about the times of great and wonderful dialogue with Ronald Jr. a smile engulfs my heart thinking about the many times of fellowship shared. I recall ninth grade at Hill, he provided information that helped us win the City Basketball Championship (undefeated) year. Ronald Jr. met the Lord some years ago and his life was never the same after, through the many twists and turns the Lord remained faithful and never removed his hand from him.

    Over the years, I have come to appreciate a poem that is near and dear to me. I share it with you because it speaks to the heart. The poem, entitled “The Train Ride” is paraphrased, the author is unknown, but it states … “Life is like a train ride. We get on. We ride. We get off. We get back on and ride some more. There are accidents and there are delays. At certain stops there are surprises. Some of these stops and surprises will translate into great moments of joy; some will result in profound sorrow. However, we must constantly strive to undertake our journey, seek what the Lord wants us to be and do in this life. When God calls us, we must go. Our journey on this side of life is completed. Separation from our family and friends is painful, but the Lord provides His love and compassion to this time of both joy
    and sorrow. Our Brother in Christ, Ronald Alexander Jr. leaves a legacy of Love that will always remain with each of us!

    Aundrea, as we reflect on all that Ronald Jr. gave to you, and many others, let it bring “joy” to your remembrance. May the warmth of God embrace you, may the compassion of those who care surround you, and may the joy you once shared with him brighten your days ahead with the assurance that …. love lives forever.

    Know the strength of faith… the power of prayer … the promise of heaven… through God all things are possible and all hurts are healed. May your faith bring you comfort, God is always with you, always watching over you and always loving you.

    May this Scripture comfort each of you during this time of reflection and transition:

    “I will lift up my eyes to the hills from whence comes my help. My help comes from
    the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth.” Psalm 121: 1-2

    Prayers surround you as we remain in God’s care.
    With love and deepest affection,

    Reverend Henry Orlando Johnson Jr. Pastor
    1st Baptist Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    • RIP Dear Cousin Rono. I pray your mind and soul are now at peace. Condolences and love to your wife Jeannie; your brother Aundra and sister-in-law Jaymie; and your aunts and uncles, the Harrises and the Dorseys.

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