Are you a family member?

Everhere offers donations to grieving families to alleviate the costs associated with the death of a loved one.

Learn more

Here is Alexander Cargo’s online obituary. Please accept Everhere’s sincere condolences.

It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Alexander Cargo (New Plymouth, North Island), who passed away on February 19, 2019. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family.

You may also light a candle in honor of Alexander Cargo. He was loved and cherished by many people including : his spouse Ann; his children, Sharon (Ian Welch), Dean (Lisa), Christine (Stephen Berridge) and Glenda (Antony Hooper); his grandchildren, Ryan of Brook, Jamie, Jason, Justin, Brennan, Cerys, Corbiere, Toni of Ashleigh, Toby and Baylin; his great grandchildren, Finn, Harper, Harry and Aida; his siblings, Isobel Russell and Patricia Sanson (Pat). In lieu of flowers, donations to Heart Foundation would be greatly appreciated and may be left in the Chapel foyer.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 23rd 2019 at 2:00 PM at the Chapel of W. Abraham (366 Devon St E, Strandon, New Plymouth).


Events

Sat

Feb 23

2:00 PM

Funeral service

Chapel of W. Abraham
366 Devon St E, Strandon, New Plymouth

Tributes

Here are the tributes to Alexander Cargo who passed away in New Plymouth, North Island.

Sympathy messages

Would you like to offer Alexander Cargo’s loved ones a condolence message? Write your message of sympathy today.

Give a memorial tree

A unique and lasting tribute for a loved one

Plant a tree
Discover the family story your DNA can tell.

Discover the family story your DNA can tell.

Explore your DNA

Memories

There are no additional memories for Alexander Cargo at this time. You can add a memory to pay tribute to Alexander Cargo at any time.

Add a memory

Stay informed

Receive obituaries from the city of your choice. Never miss the death a loved one.

Subscribe now

Let’s open the dialogue about death