Alex Buddy Sandoval

  • Born: July 10, 1920
  • Died: September 30, 2019
  • Location: Utah

Tribute & Message From The Family

Alex was born on July 10, 1920 and passed away on Monday, September 30, 2019.

Alex was a resident of Utah at the time of passing.

Before serving in the US Army during WWII, Alex married Frances Ramona Perea in 1940.

He was born July 10th, 1920 in Maxwell, NM and is preceded in death by his parents Eugene Sandoval and Cordelia Cruz Sandoval Vigil, wife Frances Ramona Perea, 4 siblings, grandchildren Del Marty Rodrigues, Troy Sandoval and baby Allexandra Kimball. His love for God, steadfast faith and resilient nature speak to his character and the legacy he leaves behind. Funeral Services will be held on 10/07/19 at 1:00 PM with a viewing one hour prior to service at Discovery Christian Church, 5929 S. 900 E., Salt Lake City, UT 84121. Interment to follow at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Road, UT 84123.


Condolence & Memory Journal

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Posted by carolyn parry ortega - duchesne, UT   October 09, 2019

Grandpa you and grandma were the most important person to me and my daddy jay. Thank you for always being there for me i have so many beautiful memories of me and you as i was growing up from a child to a young lady. Grandpa i know you are in heaven with grandma and Jesus. You will be missed by all of us. I love you so much and I will see and be with you one day. Until then grandpa i will live life remembering you at your best. Love your granddaughter Jaylynn Sandoval.

Posted by Jaylynn Sandoval - Salt lake city, UT - family   October 06, 2019

Uncle Alex. You were an amazing husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. . You role-modeled what it meant to live life to its fullest.. You were a very dynamic successful guy and you will be greatly missed by all who had a the chance of knowing you. Love and Prayers going out to your wonderful family.

Posted by Linda Ortiz-Andersen - Cora, WY   October 05, 2019

With many fond memories of the times we had together as our families had joy and laughter in a long friendship. Your dad and grandpa always made us smile as he cheered everyone with his jokes and positive attitude. He loved the Lord and was faithful and committed to serving God in all he did. He has left a wonderful legacy of love for your family. Praying that you find comfort and peace in the days ahead.
Pat (Constance) Russell

Posted by Pat (Constance) Russell - Salt Lake City, UT   October 05, 2019