Carmen Terese Alexander
November 6, 1948 - March 25, 2018
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Carmen Terese (Dunaway) Alexander, passed away at age 69, from Breast Cancer, on March 25, 2018, at her home in Punta Gorda Florida. Carmen was born on November 6, 1948, in Shreveport, Caddo Parrish, LA, to the late Cora Britton Fletcher and Edward Dunaway. Carmen was the beloved wife of Keith Lynn Alexander [1956 –]…

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Keith L. Alexander, You Husband on earth and in Christ left a message on March 25, 2019:
Monday, March 25, 2019 To: My wife; Carmen Terse Alexander You a have been gone now for a year today March 25th, 2109. You may be gone in the physical sense, but your soul and left an indelible ink on my mind, you left in and on my heart and It will NEVER leave me, EVERY! Some new person may go and come to fill your shoes, but you know no other woman will ever be able to do that, take you from me. The scar you left on my heart is a good one. I preferred it never be eradicated, let it stay as a memory, as do all other good times we had. Any bad times we may have had, have long since been overshadowed by the memory of you I can not, and do not want to get out of my head. You were my rock, and you were the wind beneath my wings, doing without you I feel as if I am a downed plane as those that have outlived there useful life and I feel as If I am headed for that boneyard as they dispose of airplanes that are no longer needed. However, I guess, our GOD in heaven has some plan for me or I would not still be heard, I wonder, did he not hear my prayer when I said, LORD, I still need my Carmen. Twice now, I have purchased one way tickets to Hawaii, to spread you ashes among those that gave there lives in WWII and since, But I feel it would not be the correct thing to do and leave you their, for I must go at a time which I can stay with you, perhaps not in or on the sacred grounds, but just to live there with you on the same island chain. For you know we made a pact to keep one another intact after death does up part, the best we could. Without you my sweet Redhead, my Carmen, I have no real purpose other than keeping our only two babies we have left, alive, and seeing that your ashes are protracted. I miss you as I have never missed any other one in my life. All of my past marriages, they have all died now of Cancer, Cancer is an ungodly curse. Please, let me find you and only you in our afterlife, as there is not even one that can hold a candle to you. Often I wake up and call you to name, just last night the 24th of March, I actually got up, sleepwalking, I guess and went into the bedroom where I no longer sleep, and I called you to name out loud 3 to 4 times, I was looking for you, but I know you were safe in this house with me. I love you, Carmen, I will never let you go out, without you in my heart, we belong to each other. I talk to you all the time, in my mind, while watching TV as if you are in the room with me. I have had to even hold your ashes and sleep with them. No, there is nothing “wrong” with me, I just miss you and NO ONE can fill that void. My dear wife Carmen, you see you were and are still loved by me, I am your husband always, We had such great times, you and I, not something many people can say and they are still alive and have the power to change there lives to what we had, what we still have. I love you, my dear Carmen, until next time, or until we meet again. My GOD is with us both. Please forgive my spelling for I cut class the day they had spelling, and I missed the test. I love you Carmen, your Husband, Keith L. Alexander, Monday, March 25, 2019
Keith Lynn Alexander left a message on November 6, 2018:
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Hi Carmen, my sweet baby, the Love of my life, I miss you so much, and it is no fun being here without you. I did not realize and I know you did not realize just how much I needed you. You guided me when I could not make decisions, and I need that from you now, send guidance to me from up above because I know you are up there looking down on me. I would rather be there with you, than here alone. Even with other people around you know I never related to others well, I only related to my wife. And even though you know, I have had more than one wife, I hope the Lord God in Heaven lets us be with the one we loved the most, that is you, even as a spirit. I know some people wonder why it is you that I say that you were my best wife, but we know why, and I still love you even now. I have a terrible time living without you. I am hoping to take your ashes as we had planned as soon as this lease is up. I love you dearly baby and I miss you so, but I have to say happy birthday. In addition, even though you were behind the wheel when you wrecked the car on your birthday last year, that was no big beal. What they did to you at that hospital is what bothers me. Like you said, “they have killed me this time.” I believe it, as I have read the records and they did nothing for you but bloat you up and the record is full of lies. That Saturday you told me you had to have all of your rings on your fingers, I under stand why now, I got them all off, but I think someone at that hospital stole your diamond earrings, as they cannot be found. If you know where they are, give me a clue, I have practically emptied the house getting ready to move in six more months. I love you my baby doll, Kisses for you. I am sorry to say but you 3.33 Pound ESA Guinea Pig, Beauty died a few weeks after you did, and little bit had gotten so bad at six years + and her tooth issue I had to put her down. I believe brownie new you were going to die, and she died the day before you. I feel she mourned herself to death. I made a nice pet cemetery that just looks like a real nice flower bead to everyone else, they are now 5 piglets buried together, 4 foot deep, sealed in plastic boxes, as we always did them, I put there Emotional Support Animal tags in with them. I talked to you in the house all the time as if you are right here with me, because I can feel your presents in the house. I discovered a phone message you left me while you were in the hospital before you came home, it was in the voice mail, and I found it the week after you departed for a better place. I will take your ashes with me when I move I move, but I am not sure I can let them go just yet, it is how I keep you with me. I am not sure I can spread them like we discussed, but I will not put you in the Pacific Ocean as you were afraid of the water. You where always so beautiful, even as you aged, I loved and love you always, your loving husband. Keith Lynn Alexander, November 6, 2018, Your Birthday
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