Ex-LIZZY BORDEN Guitarist ALEX NELSON: Funeral Services Details Announced

The funeral services for former LIZZY BORDEN guitarist Alex Nelson, who was killed in a head-on collision on Monday (May 17), will be held this morning (May 21) at 10:00 a.m. at:

St. Theresa's Catholic Church
2800 E. Ramon Road
Palm Springs, CA

Following the mass, there will be a procession to:

Palm Springs Mortuary & Mausoleum
69855 E. Ramon Road
Cathedral City, CA 92234

for a viewing until 3:00 p.m., after which the body will be cremated.

The flowers should be sent to the mortuary and they will take them to the church for the funeral.

The address of the mortuary is:

69855 East Ramon Rd.
Cathedral City, CA

The information and number for a florist in the area is:

Country Club Florist: 877-773-3637 (ask for Faye)

LIZZY BORDEN singer/namesake will be doing a special toast to Alex on Sunday, May 23 at the KING'S X show at House of Blues in Hollywood.


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