Toraino DeSean Alexander

June 12, 1973 ~ January 4, 2022 (age 48)


Toraino DeSean Alexander, lovingly known as Tito was born June 12,1973 to Sandra Blount-Alexander, and Theodore Scott, (step fa.) Ralph Alexander.  Tito enjoyed a childhood full of love, energy, mischief and laughter.  Within the last five years of his life, he was preparing to be (better), so that he could enter the place we call Heaven as a (better) person.

Tito was in his 3rd year being drug free and was gainfully employed as a Resident Manager, at "Men and Women for Human Excellence Program".  Prior to that he was a Resident Advisor at Georgia Addiction and Treatment Center.  Very recently, Tito was accepted in a training program which would have certified him as a Recovery Specialist.

Tito's love of animals (specifically dogs) led him to open his own licensed business, "Doggy Day Care". In 2021.  He enjoyed a successful following in DeKalb and Fulton Counties (GA).

Tito was very gifted academically, if you were fortunate enough to read any of his Facebook post(s), you would know, what a gifted writer he was.

Tito was known to some as "A Man with The Big Heart", he enjoyed helping others.  He would help feed the hungry on Sunday with the "What Would Jesus Do Ministries", rescue dogs from abuse and negligence and always had a listening ear and advise for a friend or foe.  Tito was a devoted son, father, and friend.

In December 2021, Tito attended and enjoyed the show "Black Nativity". He also attended a social event where he met Atlanta's new Mayor Andre Dickens.  Tito loved to have fun, laugh, joke around, and debate. He could be so funny, even to himself.  Tito loved good food and would eat a lot.

As people of faith, we believe that when Tito's spirit left his body, he was reunited with his  father(s), his maternal grandfather and his dearly beloved sister Kimberly (Kim).

Tito leaves to mourn his mother, one daughter (Toria), one grandmother, and many family members in Baltimore, MD and Augusta, GA, a host of friends and one special friend Alicia Graham.


Tito's Presence will be Greatly Missed, but he will Live on in our Hearts. 

Note: In lieu of flowers, family is requesting that donations be sent to:  $wwjdforthehomeless
(What would Jesus Do) in Tito's name. Thanks! 


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Memorial Service
January 15, 2022

11:00 AM
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