Obituaries & Tributes
Alexis Jane Warner
date of birth July 13 1946
date of death March 17 2019
Alexis (Lexie) Jane Warner was born July 13, 1946 in Fargo, North Dakota. She was born to Harold Joseph Perkins and Betty Jane Schander and was raised on the family farm. The family moved to Oregon in 1962.
Lexie worked her way through the insurance industry for 37 years. Beginning as an agent's receptionist she was eventually managing the Northwest District Office for Alternative Risk Management.
Lexie had three son; James Stephen Taylor II, David Allen Taylor, and Patrick John Taylor. She was blessed with three grandchildren (Jim & Heather Taylor); Molly Taylor, Spencer Taylor, and Lindy Taylor.
She had six brothers and sisters: Michael Perkins of Springfield, OR; Charles Perkins of Forks, WA; Joe (Harold) Perkins II of Myrtle Point, OR; Kevin Perkins of Cottage Grove, OR; and Monica Evernden of Roseburg, OR.
She was preceded in death by her sister Patricia Amauba.
Services will be held at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 9905 SW McKenzie St., Tigard, OR 97223 on Monday March 25, 2019 at 10:00am. Graveside services immediately following at St. Anthony Cemetery.
17 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by David Taylor We love you Mom!!
Candle lit by Karen Collier God Bless
Candle lit by Marilynn Long You will be missed, Alexis.
Candle lit by Debbie Perkins You will forever be in my heart. I have no other words to compare the love we have shared and will continue to share from a distance.
Candle lit by John Mitchell Maybe the best friend I have ever had. Thank you, Lex.
Candle lit by Amy Perkins You will be missed.. we love you dearly!!
Candle lit by Susan Kruger You gave unconditionally of your time and talent. Thank you for touching our lives with enthusiasm, friendship and a joyful heart.
Candle lit by Whitney Devine You were an extraordinary woman who will be greatly missed.
Candle lit by Monica Your smile always lit up the room.
Candle lit by Jim Taylor Thanks for your love and sacrifice for us. We love you and will always honor your memory.
Candle lit by Lindy Taylor Thanks for being one of the best Grandmas I could ever have i love and miss you so much
Candle lit by Kevin Perkins Love, and miss you sis.
Candle lit by Debi Alger Jensen Warnth, light, and love in this stage of your travels. I wish we could have met in this life, but i look forward to meeting guy you in the next.
Candle lit by Patrick Taylor Mom, thanks for everything you did for me. Love you
Candle lit by Regina Koli I’ll always remember the barbie dolls and Christmas tree hunting!
Candle lit by Melissa Perkins You're in my heart forever, thank you for all the love you gave and for teaching us family is everything.