Where Caring Is A Family Tradition
Alex Albright, son of Jamie and Tiffany, felt his work on earth was complete at the age of 29.
His passion for the outdoors was a constant in his life. He would eagerly await squirrel hunting each year of his youth and joining of his brothers in the hunts the years to follow. From squirrel hunting, he graduated to a love for deer hunting, bow and gun. The fall hunting season would be followed by snowmobiling, learning to ride at a very young age with a need for speed. As the snow would melt, camping, the occasional fishing, and the rodeos would start. He took an interest in the rodeos at the age of 4, goat tying was his specialty with a gentle horse named Silver. Alex returned to the rodeo scene this past summer, riding broncs, working the arena and helping children “saddle up” to mutton bust.
For those who love Alex, they describe him as jovial, with a ready smile like the world was just perfect. A sign of disease we would overlook. Alex was conscientious of his appearance, always neat and clean, shirts pressed and tucked. If you stood still long enough, he would engage you in conversation. He was a storyteller from early on an enjoyed the company of those his senior. Alex had enormous pride in working on the family farm, side by side with his family.
Alex has found peace. Those survived by him are left with anguish and the attempt to anchor to the understanding his battle is over, he has won. He is survived by his parents and their spouses (Jaime, and Rami); brothers, Connor, Taylor, Payton and Hank; grandparents, Mark and Wendy Krings, Jim and Pat Albright; great-grandmother, Phyllis Silverthorn; his young children, Anthony, Amelia, Oakley, Ellie and Wyatt. He is also survived by stepbrothers, many lovely aunts, wonderful uncles and his cousins.
A visitation for family and friends will be on Friday, August 19, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church 210 Pleasant Dr. Winneconne. A funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 1:00 p.m. at the church with Fr. Kevin Ripley and Deacon Paul Vidmar officiating. Interment will follow in the Omro Cemetery. Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family.
If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.
Dave & Jane Bauer wrote on August 18, 2022
The Albright's and Kring's families are in our thoughts and prayers. We are sending our deepest sympathy and hope you all can find comfort from the memories you lived and loved with Alex.
Ron and Patty Rothenbach wrote on August 16, 2022
Our thoughts and prayers go out with the KRINGS’s families and the Albright’s and families .May they know that the amount of sadness that they feel today will be far surpassed by the amount of joy when they are reunited again in heaven.
Camryn Fell wrote on August 15, 2022
I met Alex at four corners the day after my birthday. He made me have the best time ever and him giving me a hug after I cried was the best feeling I ever imagined. Prayers go out to his family. Giving love to them all
Dan & Barb Davis wrote on August 14, 2022
Our thoughts & prayers are with the Albright & Krings families.
Kay Williams wrote on August 14, 2022
May God help this family in this difficult time. Alex was so very kind every time I saw him. Let the memories you have with him live on in you forever! Love you all!
Ben and Becky Flanagan wrote on August 14, 2022
Our hearts unite with the families of Jamie. Praying for the Peace that passes all understanding??
Carol and Don Parshall wrote on August 13, 2022
Our hearts go out to you at this very tragic time. Alex was always so friendly when we would see him. We hope your memories of happier times with Alex can help ease the pain. May God comfort you and give you peace.
Michele Kirby wrote on August 13, 2022
I knew the Albright family for years. I sat behind them on Sunday mornings in St. Mary's church and watched Alex and the entire family grow with love and respect for one another. I know there is devastation in every one of your hearts today. I pray that God will give you the strength, peace, and understanding you need each day to get through the loss of Alex. ?? Michele K.
Annette Longworth wrote on August 12, 2022
Please except my deepest sympathies. I am praying for your entire family to find peace and comfort during this time.