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Alexis Petterle

March 24, 1984 - April 1, 2018

Service Date: April 8, 2018

Posted by:
Sharon Allen

Posted on:
April 11, 2018

My deepest condolences to Alexis' family. May God grant you his divine comfort and peace during this grievous time. As the days and months pass by and you return to life’s routine, may the precious memories that have filled your heart help ease your pain as you reflect on happy times spent together. Loving thoughts and prayers are with the family. Psalms 34:18.

Posted by:
Sharon Lang

Posted on:
April 8, 2018

Posted by:
Ivy S.

Posted on:
April 8, 2018

Words that come to mind when I think of Alexis; warm, confident, cheerful and genuinely interested in the people she met. In this world of the chronically disinterested, full of people too busy to make eye contact or acknowledge those they interact with, people like Alexis are a breath of fresh air. Someone who was deliberately cheerful, and made a point of letting you know she was interested in you as a person. I am grateful that I was able to know her even a little bit from afar. I can't imagine what losing her must feel like but I know and am comforted by the fact that she loved and was loved, fiercely.

Posted by:
Bill Long

Posted on:
April 7, 2018

Steve - We are so sorry for your loss but hope you are comforted knowing what a devoted and attentive Dad she had.. Alex was so fortunate in having such a caring and supportive father and your mutual devotion was obvious. I am sure you will miss her very much but you have many happy memories of your days together.

Posted by:
Pete Wood

Posted on:
April 7, 2018

Condolences to Steve and the family of sweet&friendly Alex... Alex was a beautiful reminder that we should never take anything for granted and life is to be enjoyed no matter it's limitatations- A smiling presence ( along with that fist bump!) that was always good company as we struggled our way around the golf course. God bless... pete&Candy Wood

Posted by:
Linda Breakstone

Posted on:
April 7, 2018

Alexis was always one of my favorite students. She had an uncanny way with time. I never had to look at the clock as Alexis would always know what time it was. Alexis knew I had two small boys at home. One day, we were doing an art project, chatting with the other students, and she casually inquired "So, what time do you put Ryan and Kevin to bed?" What she really was thinking was that she had better mind her parents when they tell her to go to bed! Alexis will always be an inspiration in my heart.

Posted by:
Candy Gratto

Posted on:
April 7, 2018

Danny & I were saddened to hear of Alexis' death. We will remember her with the greatest affection....condolences to all her family & friends....may she Rest in Peace ?

Posted by:
Josh Clement

Posted on:
April 7, 2018

Alexis and I often played together when we were children. Alexis stood up for me in school when things got tough. I loved her then and always will. It brings tears of happiness to my eyes to think that she is now singing among the choirs of angels, to “rejoice forever in a boundless sea of love.”

Posted by:
Francesca Clement

Posted on:
April 6, 2018

Ali... There has never been anyone more fun to say bad words with! I love you, honey. I always will. “Pra-ekka.”

Posted by:
David Lambert

Posted on:
April 6, 2018

Sweet Alexis road the bus to and from Marin Ventures for several years with my daughter, Jennifer Lambert. She was always a bright light when I would see her both on and off the bus. She was always very understanding when Jennifer was having a hard time on some mornings. I will miss seeing that smiling beautiful face and positive outlook. Rest in peace Alexis

Posted by:
Max Korten

Posted on:
April 5, 2018

Alex was such a kind, bright and wonderful person. Every morning or afternoon that was blessed with a fist bump felt like a gift.

Posted by:
Susanne Kreuzer

Posted on:
April 5, 2018

Alexis, a dynamic, caring and kind young lady who live life with a smile and laugh. Your love for people and animals truly taught those around you the true meaning of life. Thank you for teaching us the meaning of friendship and family. Thank you for sharing your love freely. While your physical presence will be missed your spirit will remain close to our hearts. Sending heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Steve, Kristin, Sharon, Richard, Tyler, Cassidy and Jeremy.

Posted by:
Joyce Clements

Posted on:
April 5, 2018

Dear Steve, I am very sorry for your loss of Alex and send you heartfelt condolences.

Posted by:
Briana Price

Posted on:
April 4, 2018

Our family was devastated to hear the news. Alex was a beloved classmate of our daughter Anna at Marindale and Olive elementary school. Alex did not know how to be bad. Heaven has welcomed an additional angel who will champion the cause of the disabled. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Posted by:
Lyn Carpenter-Engelkes

Posted on:
April 4, 2018

You were loved and will be remembered. Thank you for your smiles.

Posted by:
Linda Dahl

Posted on:
April 4, 2018

Alex lived a very rich life because of her warm smile, her pure spirit, and because of the people who loved her. She found magic in animals, especially dogs - we had that in common. She is now with all our past pups, her grandparents, and with the angels. I wish peace and warm memories to all her family and friends.

Posted by:
Tina Torresan

Posted on:
April 4, 2018

No matter what life threw at Alex, she lived each day with an indomitable spirit, in the moment, and always at the ready to share her wisdom, kindness, and sense of humor. Thank you Alex. Peace.

Posted by:
James Raives

Posted on:
April 4, 2018

Alex, you are an inspiration to us all. I will miss your good heart, cheerful presence, and most of all your fist bumps. My thoughts will always be with you.

Posted by:
Carl Somers

Posted on:
April 3, 2018

Alex you were - are - a pure soul. I know everyone who was ever fortunate enough to feel your sunshine will remember it forever. “One lamp lights a hundred thousand lamps, And the darkness is made bright, And the brightness never ends.”