Alejandro was born into this world on May 18, 1940. He had about 16 brothers and sisters. He came from a big family. He moved to LA from the east coast and met Mela on May 8, 1975. They courted for a year and moved back to Puerto Rico where they had a daughter Carolina. That was his only child. He raised Mela's sons Tony and Paul as his own and they loved him in return. He also helped raise his nephew Joey (RIP) and Glenda. Whom was like a big sister to Carolina. A lot of you may know him as Boricua and the Puerto Rican Consulate. Alejandro has touched many hearts and left behind unforgettable memories. Alex is survived by his soul mate Mela, his daughter Caro, step sons Tony and Paul, his niece Glenda, his 6 grandchildren (they were his pride and joy) and a host of nieces, nephews and many friends. Grampy, we love you and miss you. You will always be in our hearts. Never forgotten.

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  1. I would like to send my condolences to my Aunt(Beatrice) and my cousin(Carolina). I know they have went thru a rought time accepting the lost of their love one. For those who just one side of uncle Alex, I want to share with you the side you have not had a chance to see. Uncle Alex had a great heart, he was kind and always willing to help if he can in any and every ways. He helped a lot of belizeans to see a headway here in California (you know what i am talking about) if it wasn’t for him maybe they would not be where they of or whom they are today. I remember when my parents was so veery overprotected over us until uncle Alex came and took us out to go to place our parent would never let us go. He bought me my first bike and gave my dad is first wheel chair. I could go on and on. I just want to say how much i appreciated him for everything he had done for me and my family. Uncle Alex you will be miss greatly.

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