Samuel Alexander Jr. Legacy Integrity, Hard Work, Family

Though he didn't graduate college himself, Samuel Alexander Jr. and his wife Grace made sure that all five of their kids received an education. The importance of education continues to be passed down through the generations. Currently, one of Samuel Alexander Jr.'s granddaughters, Arianna Grevious, is attending Clemson University.

One of Samuel's eleven grandchildren, Arianna Grevious

Samuel Alexander Jr. was a Korean War veteran and a fire fighter for over thirty years!

Samuel Alexander Jr. was aid to the first African-American fire chief for Washington D.C. and a member of the last fire station to be integrated in D.c.
Samuel Alexander Jr. was one of the firefighters who worked during the 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. assassination riots.
Samuel Alexander's five children: Claudette Alexander-Thomason, Sandra Alexander-Powell, Wanda Alexander, Lynne Grevious, and Samuel Alexander III

Samuel Alexander Jr. is survived by his son and four daughters. Learn how his presence is still felt throughout his family today

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