"Threads of Love" Donor Memorial Quilt: Quilt 48
Alexander Paul Pfaff
Alexander Paul Pfaff (Alex)
Alexander was born prematurely on September 15, 2004 in Harrisburg, PA. He weighed 3lbs. 10 ozs. He was later diagnosed with Microcephaly. He wore glasses and hearing aids. He is survived by his sister Haylee and brother Matthew.
Alex always had a smile on his face. He loved to talk a lot and loved to eat. He ate all kinds of food. He was a very mannerly, respectful, considerate, sharing and helpful little boy. He loved everyone and was loved by everyone who knew him. He was very smart and loved to learn. He attended Franklin Learning Center in Chambersburg, Pa, where he was doing well. He was loved and adored by all the teachers, aids and therapists who worked with him there.
Alex would cry on the weekend, holidays and days off when he could not go to school because he loved to ride the bus. After a lot of explaining, he finally understood that school was not seven days a week.
He participated in Special Olympics held at his school and won many ribbons. He enjoyed listening to music. He had a radio/CD player and would sing along to the music. Alex was a great singer!!
He also liked to watch movies. His favorites were Shiloh and Monsters Inc. His favorite toys were small cars that had doors that would open. He liked to put his fingers on the steering wheels and pretend he was driving.
He is very much loved and greatly missed by all.