A friend of mine died 12 years ago because of the same kind of cancer Alex had. I was always afraid to watch documentarys or movies about people who suffer from cancer since then knewing that I would cry my heart out. But somehow I couldn’t stop watching the documentary last night on television. Alex seemed like a strong, extremely friendly kind of guy I wish I’d knew and be friends with in my life. I was so happy when they showed the story about Ali and Alex’ wedding and how happy the both of them seemed to be. I’m so happy for the both of them. This documentary kinda helped my heart after 12 years to kinda heal. This has been the first time ever since my friend died that I can cry again knowing that she enjoyed every second of life before she died. Thanks for the documentary and for the sneek peak of Alex’ wonderful life. Greetings to Alli and her wonderful family from Austria :)) Conny
This site is dedicated to the memory of Alex Lewis.
Alex passed away on the 17th of February after a four year battle with osteosarcoma. We invite all of Alex's friends and family to share their memories of Alex with us all by posting photos, videos or written memories to this website, to help us all remember the times we had with Alex, and the joy that he brought to our lives.
We would all love to hear any special memories you have to go with photos, and we are currently trying to collect as much film footage of Alex as possible, so if you have any footage to post here it would be very much appreciated.
We will also be using this site to highlight the events and activities planned by so many of you in order to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust in Alex's name.