Mrs. Sylvia L. Alexander

October 24, 1955 - April 20, 2016

Mrs. Sylvia L. Alexander

October 24, 1955 - April 20, 2016


Mrs. Sylvia L.Alexander 60, of Omaha, Nebraska Died Wednesday in Nebraska Celebration of Life: Thursday, April 28,2016 at 11:00am
A Time to be Born.. . As the sun rose on October 24, 1955, a baby girl was born to the union of Charles and Doris Brown in Kansas City, Missouri. They named her Sylvia Lynn Brown.

A Time to Gain.. . At an early age Sylvia accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized. She attended Tulsa Public Schools graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in 1974.

A Time to Grow… Sylvia later was blessed with to two beautiful daughters, Tracy Lynn and Tony Renee’. In return they created a loving legacy of eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

A Time to Love… June 22, 1991 Sylvia created a union with Lawrence Alexander. In 1992 of West Helena, Arkansas. The family later relocated to Omaha Nebraska where she retired from First Data after 22 plus years of service.

A Time of Peace.. . On April 20, 2016 Sylvia completed her course and answered the call of her Heavenly Father. She will be forever reunited with her parents, Charles and Doris Brown; stepfather, Geoffry Goff; a brother, Charles Metoyer; grandfather, Willie Gaines; aunt, Alice Brantley; two cousins, Suzette Brantley (Suzie Q.), and Vondale Johnson.

A Time to Reflect.. . Sylvia leaves to cherish her memory, her husband of 25 years whom loved her dearly, Lawrence Alexander of Omaha, Nebraska; two daughters, Tracy Lynn Cleveland of Omaha, Nebraska and Tony Renee Tyes of Dallas, Texas; sister, Emma Simmons of Tulsa, Oklahoma; four brothers, Thomas Brown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wadress Metoyer of Oklahoma, and Charles Brown, Jr. and Kermit Cain both of Georgia; one aunt, Agnes Madden of Tulsa, Oklahoma; eight grandchildren, Ashlee Jefferson, Tony Faronbi, Wilbert, Jr. (TJ), Tory Wynes, Tyler Wynes, and Andrew Jones, Jr. all of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ebony Jones of Omaha, Nebraska, Jasmine Faronbi of Texas; three great-grandchildren, her nieces and nephews, Tonya Brown, Keona Brown Pearson, Keisha Metoyer, Mica Metoyer, Joseph Simmons, Richie Washington and a host of other relatives and friends. “When caring Truly matters DYER cares,”

Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: April 28, 2016 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: In The Spirit Christian Church
  • Location: 1020 S. Garnett Road Tulsa, OK 74128 - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Mrs. Sylvia L. Alexander

  1. C.H says:

    Please Be Encouraged He Will Swollen Up Death Forever, And The Sovereign Lord Jehovah Will Wipe Away The Tears From All Faces Isaiah 25:8

  2. Toni And Tracy, I’Ve Known You Both All My Life Our Mothers Were The Best Of Friends And Was Inseparable. I Remember Riding Many Of Days In That Volks Wagon That Sylvia Loved So Much. My Prayers Are With You Both And Now Our Mothers Can Be Reunited Again. I Love You Both And Know God Makes No Mistakes And He Will See You Through This. I’M Here Is You Need Me To Do Anything.

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