Holly Springs Funeral Home

Alexander Bradford Wittjen

Alexander (Alex) Bradford Wittjen of Hudsonville, Mississippi, died on October 31, 2021, after a brief illness.  He was 56.  Alex was born in Holly Springs on August 16, 1965, to Theresa Totten Wittjen (Weetee) and Jackson Hudson Wittjen (Jack).  Upon graduation, he began his career, joining the family in its farming interests in Hudsonville, and real estate ventures.

Alex was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting with his family and friends.  He was a lifelong Episcopalian who was inspired by reading and history, and was the family historian.  Alex was an accomplished cook and always a gracious host and colorful storyteller.

Alex had an honest and straightforward approach to life.  He was kind and devoted to those he loved and he will be missed by all who knew him.

He is survived by his sisters, Theresa Wittjen  Quinn (Frank) and Jane Wittjen Adams.  He also leaves a niece, Sarah Townes Quinn and nephews  Conley (Diana), Jack (Marissa), and Harry Adams.  He was predeceased by his brother, Jackson Hudson Wittjen, Jr.

Services will be held on Friday, November 5, 2021, at Christ Episcopal Church in Holly Springs. Visitation will be at 10:00, followed by the service at 11:00. Burial will be in Hill Crest Cemetery. The Holly Springs Funeral Home has charge.

The family requests that any gifts to be made to Christ Episcopal Church, PO Box 596, Holly Springs, Mississippi  38635.

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Katrina Hood Cieslik & Anna Hood

Date:
11/2/2021 9:52:37 PM

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Thinking of you all as you celebrate Alex’s beautiful life. He will live on in all of our hearts. Though we are far away, please let us know if there is anything we can do. We will be more than happy to help. Our thoughts and prayer are with you all.


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Bonita Anglin Mendenhall

Date:
11/6/2021 12:28:23 AM

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The best friend to all and always a gentleman. Loved us all and always asked about my parents. His heart was bigger than the acreage he cared for and over saw. Kind and loving does not begin to describe Alex. We all love you.
Class of 1984, Bonita Anglin Mendenhall