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Alexander M. Brown "Woods"

Alexander M. Brown “Woods”, age 38, of Wilmington, DE, passed away peacefully at St. Francis Hospital on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 surrounded by his family.

Born in Wilmington, DE, Alex was the son of the late Harold W. and Joanne (Chelucci) Brown.  He was a graduate of DelCastle High School. For over 15 years, he worked at Grotto’s Pizza on Pennsylvania Avenue. 

He will be missed by his brother, Nicholas D. Brown (Audrey) and his sister, Deena G. Brown (Bill) all of Wilmington; his nieces, Gabrielle and Giada; his nephews, Nick, Logan and Tomas; his special friend, Reynaldo Santiago; his extended Grotto family; and numerous cousins and friends.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, March 12th at 12 noon at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 9th and DuPont Streets, Wilmington where friends are invited to visitation after 10:30 AM.  Burial will be private.

Condolences may be made by visiting MealeyFuneralHomes.com

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Submitted by Nancy C on
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I am very sorry to read of the recent passing of your brother, Alexander. He will be missed indeed. May the love and memories you have for him sustain your family as you deal with his loss. May "the God of all comfort," (2Cor.1:3,4) be with your family at this delicate time as well. May each passing day get a little easier as life returns to normal.

Submitted by Donna Ouellette on
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Life gets harder and harder...also want to include "our dear loving Aunt Donna Ouellette, and extended niece Angelina. I loved you then, I love you now, I'll love you Always This was written by my beautiful niece. R.I.P. Alex. You will always live in my heart and Brian's, Noah's

Submitted by Donna Ouellette on
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Life gets harder and harder...also want to include "our dear loving Aunt Donna Ouellette, and extended niece Angelina. I loved you then, I love you now, I'll love you Always This was written by my beautiful niece. R.I.P. Alex. You will always live in my heart, Uncle Mike, Brian's & Noah's.

Submitted by Doug Small on
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Rest In Peace Woods. You are missed.

Submitted by Mell Hawk on
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Please accept my very deepest condolences regarding the loss of Woods. It is humbly apparent that he was loved, very much. During tragic times like this, how can we draw comfort from God’s Word the Bible? At 1 Cor. 15:26, we are helped to appreciated how God feels . . . about death: “The last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” This helps us to see that death is not a part of life, because why would God refer to it as our ‘enemy?’ As a result, at Acts 24:15, God promises that our loved ones will live again—a resurrection back to life—on a paradise earth. I sincerely hope these scriptures help to comfort your family as they have mine, and if you'd like to read the Bible online, or learn more about God's promises for our loved ones who've fallen asleep in death, please feel free to visit JW. org. Again, my very deepest condolences to those who love and cherish Woods.