Condolence: To John and the Rivera family,
I’d like to express my sadness of the passing of Alex. I first met him at the 90th St train station. We use to hang out together and then later on we became friends and went disco dancing many times. I’ll always remember his big smile and the way he talked. He was always so fun and outgoing. I used to watch him work at bohack supermarket , where I was also employed for a season. He could do more work and do it faster then anyone in the store, I was always impressed by that. I’m glad to have known him, a fellow Puerto Rican and just an all around good guy. God bless you and the family and especially your mom.
Parque de tal manera amo Dios al mundo, que ha dado a su Hijo unigenito, para que todo aquel que en el Cree, no sepierda, mas tenga vida eterna.
Condolence: Hello John. I and my wife Margie wish to extend our condolences to you , your mom and your entire family on the passing of Alex. I lived on Case Steet right by the 90th St train station and knew Alex through hanging out with Larry Vega, Raoul, etc. Alex was a good friend who loved driving that big old convertible fast and listening to his music loud ! I always loved riding in that car. Alex was a good guy and he always seemed to be having a great time either just hanging out or at the discos dancing up a storm. He was a very kind and giving person. I also worked with Alex in the Bohack supermarket alongside Roosevelt ave and Benham st. My wife Margie’s father Dom was our boss and he always said Alex was the best worker he ever had in his 40years as a super market manager! I am very honored to have called Alex a friend of mine. Rest In Peace Alex! Frankie