Alexander St. Julian, 47 of Butler, Missouri passed away April 26, 2022 at his home in Butler. Cremation, with a celebration of life to be held in Alex’s home town of Eugene, Oregon by family, and there may be a celebration of life in Butler, Missouri held by friends of Alex. In honor of Alex’s memory, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Arrangements entrusted to Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler (660-679-0009). Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com
Alexander A. St. Julian was born January 22, 1975 in Eugene, Oregon the son of Wally and Teri St. Julian.
He was a 1993 graduate of North Eugene High School. Following graduation, Alex served in the US Marine Corp. After returning to the states, he married and settled in Eugene, Oregon where his two children Elissa and Austin were born. He later joined the Oregon Army National Guard, although Alex was a marine through and through. Alex relocated to Butler, Missouri in 2021.
Alex was our Tasmanian devil whirling into a room and whirling back out. He was a child overflowing with love and energy that knew no bounds. He had a personality bigger than life with an ornate ability to make anyone his friend. Alex loved to go fishing, camping, the American flag, and most of all, his family and friends. Alex was a diehard sports fan especially the Oregon Ducks and Kansas City Chiefs fan. Alex made a point to always help anyone with whatever he could. Anyone who knows Alex, knows that his family and friends meant everything to him.
Alex was loved beyond measure and will be missed always. He lived his life sacrificing for all those he loved. His life was an example of kindness and compassion to all who knew him.
Alex is survived by his parents Wally and Teri of Eugene, Oregon, his two children Elissa, and Austin of Washington, brother Wally III (April), sister Pam (Robby), and siblings Eddie (Jill), Mike (Beth) of Eugene, Oregon, Tony, Kathy, Mary Louise of Sacramento, California.
Alex will be deeply missed by all who were lucky enough to know him.