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April, 1979 and November 10, 1980
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Cecil Alexander was born in Atlanta to Cecil Alexander Sr. and Julia Moses Alexander. The Alexanders are a prominent family in the South, hailing originally from Savannah, Georgia. Cecil Jr. is an architect and was active in the social and political life of the Atlanta community during the Civil Rights era. He is a graduate of Yale and Harvard Universities and is now retired. Cecil Jr. was active in Atlanta city planning and growth and recently designed the new state flag of Georgia. He was married to Hermoine Weil Alexander until 1983 when she was killed in a car crash. After her death, he remarried Helen Eisemann. He and Hermoine had four children: Judith Alexander Augustine, Douglas Alexander, and Therese Alexander Milkey.

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Cecil Alexander Jr. (1918 - ) - Oral History

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