Alexander Alison, III

Alexander M. Alison, III

1940 - 2023

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NORWALK, CONN Alexander Murray Alison III, 83, of Norwalk, entered into eternal rest on October 8, 2023. He was born July 24, 1940, to the late Alexander M. Alison Jr. and Mary Hersey Alison of Massachusetts. Alexander is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Shirley Alison, son, Alexander M. Alison IV and wife Kathy, daughter, Christine Alison, brother, James Alison, sister Christine Alison Finch, grandchildren Matthew and Michael St. Lawrence, and Matthew and Rachael Royack. While attending Bob Jones University, in South Carolina, he met his soon to be wife Shirley Pinkston, of Evansville, Indiana. Upon graduation. Alex started an apprenticeship in the field of photoengraving and worked under his father at McCall's magazine in Stamford, Ct. Very soon after that, he and Shirley were married and started a family. They had their first child when they were barely twenty. His mother called him 'A young man in a hurry'. He had many interests and hobbies including Photography, Boating/Fishing, and Golf. He Coached and Managed Little League Baseball. And later became Commissioner of Pony League Baseball in Bay Village, Ohio. He also taught Sunday School. Alex was a loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather. He very much enjoyed spending time with his family. And he will be dearly missed. His ashes will be buried at Willowbrook Cemetery in Westport, Ct. The ceremony will be private.
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Willowbrook Cemetery
395 Main Street
Westport, Connecticut, United States


Section New 10, Row 1, Grave No. 16
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