Mary E Alexander

Mary E Alexander was born May 16, 1934 and passed on to heaven quietly in her sleep with her family by her side on February 17, 2021 in Las Vegas, NV.
She came to this country at the age of seventeen from County Cork, Ireland. When Mary decided that she was going to call Las Vegas her home she began
working at the El Cortez and later went on to work for the Binion’s Horseshoe, Caesars Palace and the Excalibur. She always worked so hard making sure
she could provide for her four daughters. Mary lived a full life, lots of love, travels and friendships. She is survived by her four daughters, Teresa, Jennifer,
Erin and Maura. Also by her seven grandchildren, Harrison, Heather, Hailey, Alexis, Cassandra, Jessica and Bianca. As well as four great-grandchildren,
Scarlett, David, London and Addison. We will always Love and Miss you Mommy….until we meet again. Love your girls

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  • Yes mommy, I miss you so much.

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  • James Cressy
    March 17, 2021 5:39 am

    We miss You Mary. You are a wonderful Human Being . Love You !!!

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  • Each day comes and goes. I wonder if tomorrow Will feel different. But it doesn’t. nothing has fixed my heart from the saddened loneliness I now feel. I swear sometimes I think I hear you ! Until we meet again mommy you’ll be in my thoughts along with daddy. I hope he’s the one that put a smile on Your face. I love you.
    Cookie a.k.a. Little Maura 😇

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  • Jennifer De Hoog
    April 1, 2021 5:05 am

    I love you Mommy. There is a hole in my heart that is still here since you left. I can’t believe you are not here. It hurts as I write I miss you so much. I miss your craziness, I miss our craziness. You were so strong and I have experienced so much because of you. I’m just so sorry I wasn’t there for you more. In the end you were still so beautiful and all your love was comimg out and being expressed. You helped me become the woman I am today and hope we see each other again. I love you Mommy. All of Us love amd miss ypu more than words can express

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