I live at the farm in Rockport. I first met Lexi maybe 10 years ago. She was at the barn and fainted and I helped her and after that had a chat every time I saw her.
I hadn’t seen her for a few years when she rode by one day on the horse she was leasing. She stopped by my house to say hello. I was stunned at how beautiful she was and told her as much. She had such a warm aura. It’s a rare creature that is beautiful inside and out.
I’m so very sorry for your loss. The world is a little bit darker for losing Lexi.
I saw Chloe’s owner today, Andrea who owns that horse Lexi leased. She said everyone at Shay’s talks about Lexi and all the funny things she would say and do. She’s only ever a memory away xxx
- Siobhan Emery
It was a day earlier this year when I was driving Lexi to run some errands, and we saw a girl waiting by the road. The girl seemed freezing – it’s very cold outside. Lexi said to me “I hope whoever that girl is waiting comes soon. She probably doesn’t have money to take a taxi or Uber. I was in a situation like she is before, and I know how she feels.” She showed her compassionate to a stranger and everyone she crossed path with. She has pure heart. I miss her everyday every second. Nothing is the same...
Hey I have never met you and I knew your daughter briefly we worked together in Marblehead but we became instant friends we both had yorkies and were both struggling in life even though I didn’t know it then. But she was super nice to me and although it was only 4-months or so she listened to me and gave me a ride home when needed and I still struggle but I’m so so sorry to hear about your daughter cause she was so much more in life and made a lot of people smile. And I’m sorry she is gone cause that is unfair !!! Sorry ❤❤💔😢
At Lexi's service I chuckled when it was mentioned Lexi "bossing her brothers around". I suddenly remembered losing a bet once and she made me her servant for a week and named me Umgard after one of your German friends. Lexi and I would still laugh about that to this day!!
I know Lexi always struggled with finding real friends she could confide in and trust. She has such a special place in my life and my heart. She is the only friend that has kept in touch with me since I was little and knows me better than any other friend after all these years. Any time we ever talked she always made sure to tell me she misses me and I will hold onto that forever.
She always made time to come visit or reach out to me and I've never had a friend like that. Just a couple weeks before she passed she sent me a message. She was so loving to her friends and family and the most beautiful girl I have literally EVER met.
Keene, New Hampshire
Love you Lexi ... Until we meet again! May God bless your
Love you forever
Sue and Chris and the boys, we are so so sorry for your loss and
may you guys find the strength to get through this sad time
together. She is a beautiful angel and will always be with you now
and forever. Rest easy Alexa . Love the Stewart Family Dresden, Maine
My prayers and heartfelt condolences to the family. May you seek
and find God's grace and comfort during this difficult time.
My heartfelt sympathy is with you. Losing someone especially one
so young is hard. May the God of all comfort, comfort and sustain
you during this difficult time.
I had several classes with Lexi at North Shore CC and I'm just
horrified to learn of her death. When I first saw her, I was blown
away by her stunning beauty. Yet for being so gorgeous she was so down to earth, friendly and just real. I had no idea of her
struggle and am just in tears at this news. My deepest
condolences to her family - I can't even imagine what you've gone through.
Lexi was loved by us all and she will be greatly missed. Please
find comfort in knowing God has has taken her to a beautiful
place. Rest easy Alexa. Our love to you all.
Rest In Peace Sexy Lexi you are gorgeous. there is more to this
life than this. I pray for your family. Until we meet again. Nothing
Lexi is our inspiration for making a real change. You're her voice. My dear friend, you are going to be ok. You will. I miss you and I love you. It is so hard to imagine how really strong she was. She always looked so beautiful and so healthy. That's what is so crazy. My heart is breaking for you. I didn't realize the agony she went through every day. I will share her story with everyone I know. And when I meet people, I will tell them Lexi's story.
I went through all my pictures just looking over and over at Lexi's sweet face. How does this happen? Nothing has hit me so hard like Lexi. I just can't believe it. I told my boys about our Lexi and they were so sad and sick about it.
We loved you even before you were born. My sister, Karen and I had a baby shower for your Mom. We were so excited for her to be expecting her first baby!
You came to Harpswell with your Mom for the annual cemetary planting, and you were so nice to put up with us "old folks".
Leanne and Gary Spencer
Sometimes I just don't know what to say. I'm still sad and stunned for you and for Alexa and everyone who knew and loved her. She was a star. She was such a fun girl and an amazing beauty, like Alex. He said that she "got him". I don't know anything better than to be understood by someone you love.
Caroline Farrell Lally
I remember the first time we met at our UMass, Lowell student orientation. We were randomly assigned to room together one night and we stayed up all night talking. We decided to tell our actual assigned roommates we knew each other from the past and if they would let us switch so we could room together. From that time we spend day after day together in room "420" experiencing our first year away at school. I would not change anything from our hours of watching Wife Swap, talking in Italian accents, and being two broke college girls together. Your laughter, playfulness, and creativity blew me away. I'll miss our times together and will always have a place for you in my heart. I love you!
-Mama Bird, aka Shrrem, Em, Emily
We had so much fun together, and were the best of friends during such formative years of our lives. I wouldn't change it for the world. I miss her so much, so vivacious and full of love and spirit, always in my thoughts.
Susan and Chris, I am so sad to learn of the passing of your daughter. It's been years since I've seen you, but I remember you all fondly, and remember what a sweet girl she was. I admire your
courage in telling her story. All my best to you --
I do not know you but know a friend of your Mom's. Blessings and
love to your family.
South Portland, Maine
I will never forget the day your amazing mom told me she was
having a baby! She was so happy! We were roommates in college. I have many wonderful memories of you when you were young. Although I didn't see you much as a young adult, I have always held you very dear because I love your
mom so very much. May you now be at peace sweet Lexi. Thank you for all you have given us.
Jen Manzi MacLeod,
There are no words to tell you how sad we are to hear of your loss. Please know that we are thinking of your family with so much love and light.
Todd and Stacey Souza
You've brought so much joy to us when we were newcomers to Maine. You made our transition seamless with your friendship and personality. You will be dearly missed, but never forgotten.
Keene, New Hampshire
Alex and Lexi stayed with us, she was delightful, we talked about
the books we read, a beautiful person inside and out. We grieve
with our grandson Alex, who will miss her forever. She will live in
his caring heart. Love to you and your family,
Mema and Beepa
better known as
Barbara and John Farrell, Alex's grandparents
I met Alexa in second grade. She seemed like she adjusted well
to our school and I found an instant friend in her. We would sitnext to each other every day in Math. She creatively would use tissue boxes as homes for her Beanie Babies that sat on her desk. She would make pencil grips with tissues and tape as well. Both of which I would copy and she never minded.
I had taken tap dancing classes the year before and was planning on taking dance again. Alexa encouraged me to take Jazz with her; to which I did. My friendship with her was all good memories and I valued my time with her.
I haven't seen Lexi in a long time but I remember te first time I saw her when she came to our house for a sleepover. I thought, "what a beautiful girl" and "she should be a model". She just lit up the room. I've cried mourning her death so many times I can't even explain it and for so many reasons partly because she was Jill's friend partly because she was your daughter and partly just because such a shame it is she was such a beautiful girl with so much ahead of her.