Lisa Aleksander Obituary, Death – She was the first of both of their children. She was their first daughter and their oldest child overall. She was also their oldest child. She was the first child that they had, regardless of the order in which they were born. She was born into the Bronkema family because her mother was a Bronkema at the time of her birth, and thus she received that surname from her mother. Her place of employment was Walgreens, and after a number of years during which she shown a strong work ethic and advanced in the company’s hierarchy, she was eventually given the responsibility of store manager there.
Lisa A. Alexander, who had been a resident of Kenosha, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully and without any fuss at ManorCare on the morning of Sunday, July 16, 2017. She was fifty years old. She was surrounded by her devoted family on both sides when she passed away, and they took care of her in her final moments. She was the first child and the first daughter of Robert and Betty (Bronkema) Eberhard, and she was born in the Windy City on September 9, 1966.
Lisa is survived by her mother, Betty Eberhard, who currently resides in Kenosha; her three sisters, Judy (Ricky) Driscoll of Gouldsboro, Maine, Anita (James) Stanley of Trevor, and Cindy (Mike Kupchik) Eberhard of Trevor; and her three children, Robert Scharlau of Titusville, Florida, David Scharlau of Spring Grove, Illinois, and Christopher Alexander of Hanford, California.
Because they had both passed away before she was born, neither of her parents was around to welcome her into this world alongside them when she finally arrived. She was an only child and had no brothers or sisters.