A life too short, but a life well spent.Alexandrea Aland dedicated her life and studies to the belief that all beings are worthy of love, dignity, and care. She was always eager to share her talents whether on stage, in the classroom, or through selfless service. For so many she was the embodiment of kindness, and all of those who knew her were better off for it.
It was only a few years ago she claimed that, “Fate is a precarious being.” It’s not surprising she would have felt that way; from a young age Alex was carried through life by a series of events often out of her control, but she was always able to rise to the occasion. She was a graduate of Oñate High School and received a Bachelor’s Degree from New Mexico State University. She took great pride in her studies, and as a result was currently attending the Chicago-Kent College of Law on a full scholarship. Alex had intended to serve in the Peace Corps in Ukraine, but fate was indeed precarious, and when her tour was postponed due to political unrest, she chose to pursue a law degree.
All of her goals in life revolved around making the world a better place. She is survived by her mother, Sherrie Aland, her father, Paulo Oemig, her two brothers Ronan and Liam Oemig, and many others who all know that she accomplished her goal. A life too short, but a life well spent; she will always be remembered in the hearts and minds of those who were lucky enough to have shared life’s stage with her. You will forever be our star Alex.
A celebration of life will be held in her honor Saturday the 30th at 151 N 1000 W Clearfield, UT 84015 between 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM.