Alexander Feeney Obituary, Death – Alexander Feeney, a Sargent First Class who was 33 years old, passed suddenly on January 5, 2023 in Fort Hood in Texas. Alexander Michael Feeney was born on April 18, 1989, and he was reared in Maxwell, Nebraska, along with his five siblings, by his father Tom and other members of his immediate family. Alexander is the oldest of the Feeney children.
Alex received his diploma from Maxwell High School in 2008, and then in May of 2009, he enlisted in the United States Army, where he served honorably until the day he was discharged. Alex tied the knot with his high school sweetheart Roxanna Ashlee in November of 2009, and the couple has been blessed with four lovely children together. They had a lot of fun together going on trips and having adventures, and they spent a lot of time hiking in the forests in the Pacific Northwest.
Grandpa Feeney introduced Alex to the joys of the great outdoors, including camping, hunting, and fishing. He was an avid sports fan and frequently participated in games among the other soldiers in his unit. Alex was the life of the party and made it his aim in life to make as many people as he could laugh at any given moment. He served his country and his commander with unwavering devotion. Alex was a wonderful friend, husband, and parent who also cherished his role as a son.
He was cherished by everyone who met him, he made a positive impact on the lives of many people, and he will be missed in ways that are difficult to put into words. Alex is survived by his wife, Roxanna; sons, Aiden, Benson, and Carson; daughter, Dyllan; father, Tom Feeney; brothers, Aaron, Drew, and Bryce; sister, Brittany; aunts, Judy and Terre; uncles, Matt and Tim; cousins, Eamonn and Kyer Feeney, Jaylon Sturdivant all of Nebraska; and a large number of nieces and nephews.
Alex was a loving husband and father who will be greatly missed Amber Robirds-Feeney, his sister, as well as John and Joyce Feeney, his grandparents, all passed away before him. Adams & Swanson Funeral Home will be the location of the services that will be place on Monday, January 23, 2023 at 11:30 AM. The subsequent burial will take place with full military honors in the Fort McPherson National Cemetery next to Maxwell. The arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Adams & Swanson Funeral Home.