Alice M Hildreth

16 septiembre , 193918 febrero , 2021

After being diagnosed with Metastatic cancer, Alice Marie Hildreth went home to be with the Lord on February 18, 2021. Her final days were spent surrounded by her 4 children and sister. Alice was a long time resident of the Akron and Tallmadge, Ohio areas. She retired from Acro Tool & Die co. after 30+ years of service. Alice moved to “The Villages” in Lady Lake, Fla. In “2005”. Her passions were Genealogy and scrapbooking. She enjoyed her friends, going to church and building a stronger relationship with Jesus. Alice was a very strong woman who raised four children on her own. She was their world and will be missed dearly by her family, and friends. Alice was preceded in death by her older sister “Karen Dyer” from GA. She is survived by her younger sister “Marianne Tompkins” of FL. ; her 4 children: Jim Hildreth (Tammy), Eddie Hildreth, Lynn Podnar (Mark) and Kelly Shaffer; Her 6 Grandchildren: Justin Hildreth, Aaron Podnar (Ashley), Eric Podnar, Jennifer Schultz (Fiancé Chris), Heather and Eddie Hildreth Jr.; and her 8 Great Grandchildren: Audri & Rylee Bell, Noah & Mary Podnar; Devin, Christopher, Brayden and Brianna Hildreth; Cousins: Betsy Ash & family from W.VA and Kathryn Bassett & family from CA; Brother n’ law Tom Dyer; nieces and nephews: Sheri McAllister (Eddie), Susan, Trent and Brett (Theresa) Dyer and families in Georgia which whom she adored.

A service will be held at “First Baptist Church At The Villages” in Florida. A second private gathering for Alice will be held for her children and their families at “Rose Hill” cemetery in Fairlawn, Ohio where she will be laid to rest near her Mother “Kathryn Tingler” and her baby son, “David William”. Donations may be sent to: First Baptist Church At The Villages 16523 SE 76th Chatham Ave., The Villages, FL 32162


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Alice M Hildreth


John Phillipa

2 marzo , 2021

Dear Marianne,

So sorry to read of Alice's passing. I think the last time I saw you was when you were leaving for Florida. I retired as pastor of Goodyear Heights Baptist back in 2011. Donna and I live in Robin Ridge Condominiums. Bob Jansen lives just up the street.

I remember the kids from Seiberling School. Reading your mother's name brought back some fond memories. You may recall I was the church custodian, with Charley Benson,
back in the 60's.

I know you have plenty of support in the Villages community. Our cousin no longer has a home in Fruitland Park, so Donna and I haven't been in the area for 6 or 7 years. Always meant to look you up but somehow didn't.

So sorry for your loss,
John Phillips