Kuperman, Aleksandr B.

February 14, 1986 - January 27, 2020

With heavy hearts, we share news of the passing of Aleksandr Boriscovich Kuperman. Known to many close to him as Sasha. Aleks came into this world on February 14th, 1986 in Moscow, Russia and lost his 3 year battle with cancer on Monday, January 27th, 2020 at the age of 33 in Dallas, TX.  Aleks was a loyal friend with a huge heart who gave generously and was always there to lend a hand or ear to anyone in need. He had an affinity for all things adventurous and had a wide range of hobbies, especially if it involved being outdoors. Aleks was an avid fan of scuba diving, snow boarding, hunting, kayaking, fishing, and traveling the world to name a few. Taken from us too soon, we will cherish memories we have of Aleks and celebrate the time he was able to share with us during his time here on this earth.

Aleks’ funeral and memorial service information is as follows:

Friday, January 31st, 2020 at 1:00 p.m
Aria Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway – Dallas, TX 75238

A Signature Service under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

3 replies on “Kuperman, Aleksandr B.”

Priscilla Stephenson says:

Thinking of you all as we celebrate Alek’s remarkable life today. Wishing you feelings of comfort, moments of peace, and memories of joy during this difficult time. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Thank you,
Co-worker & friend,
Priscilla Stephenson

Nermin says:

I have known Alex ever since we were in elementary school. He was a great friend and neighbor, overall great person. My condolencea goes to his mom and the rest of the family 😢. Kupster you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. R.I.P GREAT FRIEND

Cynthia Curl says:

I have never stopped thinking about Aleks, my beloved coworker and friend. As a breast cancer survivor, I was privileged to talk with someone else who knew and understood what I had gone through. I hope I was able to offer this dear young man a measure of hope and comfort during out talks about illness and mortality. It was my privilege to work with Aleks and share thoughts and ideas with him, even though our ages put us in totally different spheres of influence. I miss you, Aleks, and hope you are enjoying deep dives in the oceans of heaven. Much love from your Systemware coworker.

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