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Alex C. Becker

July 21, 2000 — December 27, 2022

St. Paul

Alex was born in Saint Paul, at Regions Hospital. He lived his entire life in Saint Paul’s North End Neighborhood. He graduated from Como Park Senior High School in 2019, proudly a member of the MCJROTC.

He started his first job after graduation at Bimbo Bakery with his stepdad, Morgan. He then started working with his father, Tim at Goodin Company. He showed himself to be a hard worker and was quickly promoted. 

Alex was a gentle and generous soul. Always thinking of how he can bring joy to others. He went out of his way to ensure no one ever felt left out or alone. He worked hard to care for his friends and family. He loved animals, especially cats. He spent his free time building LEGO with his brother, Carter, talking to his sister, Cheyenne, watching movies with his stepdad, Morgan, reading with his brother, Xavier, cooking with his mom, and playing video games with his dad.

He began playing video games as a baby and continued his entire life. His favorite video games were Pokémon, Warcraft 3, Dynasty Warriors, Silent Hill, and Animal Crossing. He loved movies. He had an artistic and creative mind. He used his talents making movies with his friends, writing songs, painting, and creating maps. He loved anime and manga, his favorite being Naruto. He had a passion for music and played the violin beautifully. 

The world lost the brightest light with Alex’s passing on December 27, 2022. 

Preceded in death by his grandfather, Wayne; aunt, Mina; great aunt, Marlene and great uncle, Larry. Survived by parents, Tim, Tara and Morgan; siblings, Cheyenne, Xavier, and Carter; grandparents, Josette, Jerry and Karen; great-aunt, LaVone; great-uncle, Marlan; aunts, Tammie, Hidy, and Loanna; uncles, Craig, Alan, Joseph, Brett, and James; cousins, Justin, Kevin, David, Idele, Kylie, Hope, Mikki, Corbin, Annora, and Stevie; and best friends, Drew, Josia, and Jessie.​

A visitation to celebrate Alex's life will be held from 1-3 PM Saturday, January 21, with a time of sharing at 3 PM, at Mueller-Bies Funeral Home - Roseville, 2130 N. Dale St. at County Rd B.

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