The licensed staff at Alexander Funeral Home, Inc. are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of utmost importance to our staff to carry out to fulfill each family's individual needs.
John S. Alexander
Cell Phone: 518-538-0255
John is the son of Roxane and the late Dr. William Alexander with roots in the North Creek area.
He attended SUNY Canton College where he studied Mortuary Science. Upon graduation in 1979, John moved to Syracuse and began his employment with a local funeral home. He married Lisa Burrell in her hometown of Carthage, NY on July 25, 1981 and quickly expanded their family; in 1982 their first son, Jonathan, and in 1983 their second, David, was born.
John spent his childhood summers in North Creek, his father's hometown, and fell in love with the Adirondack Mountains at a very early age.
In 1986 John and Lisa purchased the Baker Funeral Home, in Warrensburg and settled into their new home. In 1989 their first daughter, Ashley, was born, completing their family.
John seats on the Warrensburg Town Board and also serves as the Deputy Supervisor. He is also a private pilot and enjoys flying and volunteering his airtime for veterans of all ages in his 1941 Vultee BT-15, WWII trainer.
Recently, John has been enjoying the newest members of the Alexander family, his grandsons, Ben, Max, and granddaughters, Piper and Nora.
David H. Alexander
Licensed Funeral Director
Cell Phone: 518-232-8287
John and Lisa's son, Dave has successfully completed his mortuary studies and has become a full-fledged funeral director. The community likes his energetic and likable mannerism. He has become a valuable asset to our staff.
In addition to being a funeral director, he cleans and restores cemetery monuments.
He is also a private pilot and volunteer fireman with the Warrensburg Fire Co.
Dave cherishes his daughter, Piper and loves time spent with her.
Lisa M. Alexander
Lisa met and started dating John Alexander while attending SUNY Canton College. In 1979, they moved to Syracuse where John began employment with a local funeral home.
In 1981, they married in her hometown of Carthage, NY on July 25, 1981 and quickly expanded their family; in 1982 their first son, Jonathan, was born, and in 1983 their second, David, was born.
In 1986 they purchased the Baker Funeral Home, in Warrensburg, where Lisa has put her extraordinary talents in cosmetics to work. In 1989 their first daughter, Ashley, was born, completing their family.
Lisa spends her days as a full-time grandma, caring for their grandsons, Ben, Max, and granddaughters, Piper and Nora.
Erika excitedly joined Alexander Funeral Home in November 2021. She grew up and lived in Warrensburg for 28 years before moving to Queensbury and eventually settling in Gansevoort, NY with her husband Ken and dog Franklin.
Erika previously worked for Hudson Headwaters Health Network as the Ryan White HIV Program Director for many years. During COVID, Erika decided to shift her work career back into the field of death, dying and bereavement, her true calling. She has previously worked for High Peaks Hospice as their Bereavement Coordinator. So being able to work in the Funeral Home and get back to her passion is a dream.
Erika received her Bereavement Certification from Maria College in 2009. In March of 2023 she received her End-of-Life Doula Professional Certification from the University of Vermont. She has a passion for working with people at end-of-life and assisting their loved ones in their bereavement journey.
She is happy to be back in her hometown assisting John and Dave with a variety of tasks. You will find her answering your phone calls and emails in the office, sitting with Dave during pre-arrangements and arrangements and welcoming you into the funeral home for calling hours. Executing the type of service your loved one requested, whether it’s writing an obituary, customizing prayer cards and video tributes to having the honor of saying words at the memorial service is a true gift.