Alexander Albright

Jan 16 1961
Jun 14 2023
62 Years
Parkesburg, PA

Alexander William Albright Jr., 62, of Parkesburg, PA, passed away suddenly at his home on Wednesday, June 14, 2023. He was the companion of Barbi Breitenbach for over 35 years.  Born in Coatesville, PA, he was the son of Patricia Ann Eagles Albright and the stepson of the late Russell Albright.

Alex worked as a commercial painter.  He was a "one-of kind" character.  He enjoyed his John Deer tractor, fishing and hunting, drinking beer, and the Philadelphia Eagles. He was an expert woodworker and made beautiful trays and walking sticks. He was a member of the Eastern Lancaster Rod and Gun Club.

Besides Barbi, he is survived by his children, Crystal (Brandon) Dobler of Morgantown, and John (Kelly) Breitenbach of Parkesburg, five grandchildren, and a brother, Mark (Denise) Albright of Glen Mills, PA.

A Celebration of Life Pig Roast will be held on Saturday, August 26, 2023, starting at noon and will be held at the family home, 3185 Bair Drive, Parkesburg.

Service Date: 
Aug 26 2023 - 12:00pm
Service Location: 
3185 Bair Drive, Parkesburg PA 19365


I’m so sorry for your loss barbi

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I'm so sorry for your loss Barbi. I was so shocked when I heard. If you need anything. Any time day or night. Please don't hesitate to call me. Love you Barbi ♥️ prayers to you and the rest of the family🙏

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I’m so very sorry for your loss, Barbi. 

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Sorry for your loss.  We are your neighbors on Upper Valley Rd at bottom of Bair Drive, will miss Alex, riding down the drive on his lawn tractor to check his mail!  May he rest in peace!

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Alex Albright will forever be on my mind. He was one of a kind!

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Great enjoyment came to I when we could stop over and visit Alex. We were only friends he treated I to anything he had in the house. Always willing to do what he could for Barbie and his family and his pets Rock Karma. He gave my mother and I laughs fun times.
I will miss those days seeing him may the Lord help him now.

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