Condolence & Memory Journal

I remember Alice so fondly from her days volunteering at Winchester Hospital. Every time the volunteers were asked to do a big mailing, I would show them the "tricks of the trade" I learned from Alice to make the whole process more efficient and speedy. And I would give her the credit and speak pf her every time. She was kind to all in her role as a Messenger volunteer - it was a pleasure to know her. Marie Johnson

Posted by marie johnson - winchester, MA - Friend   December 14, 2020

I was so sad to hear that Alice passed away. She was such a good friend to my mother, Maxine Iversen. It was so nice when I would occasionally run into Alice and catch up. Linell Iversen Nester

Posted by LINELL NESTER - Wakefield, MA - Acquaintance   December 14, 2020

Seeing Alice's name and picture brought an immediate smile to my face. Almost 50 years ago, I was straight out of college, and waiting to get a teaching assignment. Meanwhile I was working at Winchester Hospital. Alice was warm, kind, delightful, patient, and encouraging. I so enjoyed our chats. She will be remembered fondly, and thinking of her will always bring a smile to my heart.
Happy trails, Alice ~

Posted by Annie O'Donnell - North Andover, MA - Coworker   December 14, 2020

Barbara and I will miss Alice's company at UUCR on Sundays, where we always looked forward to presence.

Posted by Bob Bennett - Reading, MA - Friend   December 14, 2020

I met Alice and Mike 10 years ago when I joined the a local chapter of NARFE (National Association of Retired Federal Employees). At that time they both worked tirelessly as President and Vice-President of the North Reading Chapter 479. I had the pleasure of spending time with them socially. Alice was very proud of her family and spoke of them fondly. My condolences to all her family members. Rest In Peace.

Posted by Joanne Torosian - Malden, MA - Friend   December 14, 2020