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Todd Alexander

April 9, 1961 ~ December 11, 2021 (age 60)


***Please note the following change:  The Visitation and Memorial Service are postponed indefinitely***

Todd Alexander, 60, of Bowling Green, KY, was born on April 9, 1961, to James E. and Lula Alexander, in Glasgow, KY. He passed from this life on December 11, 2021, at Hospice of Southern Kentucky in Bowling Green.

Todd was preceded in death by his father, James E. Alexander.

Todd is survived by his mother, Lula Alexander; his wife, Stephanie Alexander; and six children, Nick Alexander, Harrison Alexander, Chris Alexander, Brandon Bowen, Tyler Tinsley, and Kalen Tinsley. He is also survived by his sister, Jan Locke; and two nephews, Nathan Pittman, and Tyler Pittman.

Todd grew up in Cumberland County, KY, but made Bowling Green his home once he arrived on campus at WKU where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Hotel/Restaurant Management. After graduation Todd worked as the manager and executive chef of several Bowling Green restaurants, including Rafferty’s, Mariah’s, and Hops. However, in 1999 Todd shifted directions and opened his own interior design business, Bowling Green Blind Company, which he operated until his death.

Todd was a man of many passions. First and foremost, for his wife, children, and mom, and next for cooking and interior decorating. He loved cooking and sharing food with family and friends and decorating homes and businesses with his blinds. He also loved to fish but was especially proud of and loved to ride his “hawg”.

The family has entrusted Cone Funeral Home (1510 Campbell Ln) with arrangements and chosen cremation. The public visitation and Memorial Service previously scheduled at Cone Funeral Home have been postponed indefinitely. We will update this notice as soon as they are rescheduled.

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Please note the memorial tree links do not connect to a local arborist in Bowling Green, KY.  If you wish to plant a memorial tree locally you may contact the Lost River Cave (270-393-0077 – Katie Cielinski) or the City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation department at or the Warren County Parks and Recreation department.

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