Judy LaVonne Alexander

Died: Sun., Jun. 24, 2018

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Judy LaVonne Alexander, 65, of Mankato died Sunday, June 24, 2018 at Pathstone Living in Mankato.  Private family services will be held at Woodland Hills Funeral Home.  Memorials are preferred to donor’s choice.

Judy was born September 8, 1952 in Manning, IA to Leo and Iris (Kuhl) Iddings.  She graduated from Mankato High School and then attended MSU where she received a Bachelor’s Degree.  On September 15, 1973 she married Randall Alexander in Mankato.  Judy started her career with Wells Federal Bank in 1977 where she remained until her retirement in 2017.  She enjoyed quilting, gardening, reading and she loved cooking and baking.  Most of all she enjoyed time spent with her family.

Judy is survived by her husband, Randall; son, Nicholas Alexander, Mankato; daughters Jennifer Alexander and Stacy (Mike) Sannes all of St. Peter; grandchildren, Steven, Jordan, Breanna and Jace; brother, Robert (Sherri) Iddings, Mankato, Doug (Sue) Iddings, Waverly, MN; sister-in-law, Sharlene Alexander, North Mankato; many nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents.

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Dorothy Wach
   Posted Mon June 25, 2018
I worked with Judy out of our Wells office of WFB. I would call her when I couldn't figure something out. She was so smart. (I'm Brooke's mom). I'm glad her suffering is over, but she went way too fast. God had a plan for her. I have been praying for her and I will continue to pray for the family that is left behind to give you all strength for the coming days. God Bless.

Bob Apitz
   Posted Sat June 30, 2018
Dear Randy,
I’m so very sorry to learn of your loss. My sincere sympathy to you, your kids, and extended family. Peace be with you during this extremely difficult time.
Bob Apitz
Former Classmate

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