OBITUARIO

Audrey Grace Alexander

28 julio , 19229 mayo , 2019

Audrey Grace Cleveland Worsley was born on July 28, 1922 in Guildford, NSW, Australia, and was the daughter of Edna Morris and Robert Worsley. She grew up in Sydney, NSW, Australia, and during World War II met the love of her life, Louis Joseph (Joe) Alexander, a chief bosun's mate in the U.S. Navy. Audrey came to the United States in 1947 to join her husband after the war was over.

Audrey was a loving wife and mother, raising six children. While a Navy wife, she was always involved in some club or activity. She was also active in her church, Christ the King Catholic Church, for many years and was a member of the Kings and Queens and the Catholic Women's Club.

She loved playing cards and bingo, and was a formidable opponent. She enjoyed an active social life well into her later years and maintained a wide circle of friends.

Audrey was preceded in death by her husband, Joe, her brothers Richard Worsley and Harold Worlsey, her son, Louis Joseph Alexander, Jr., her granddaughter, Jennifer Everly, and her best friend, Joan McLoughlin.

She is survived by her children, Janice Alexander, Lynnette Pease, Georgeann Engel (Robert), David Alexander, and Lisa Alexander, brothers Frank Whitehouse, Lyle Whitehouse, and Raymond Whitehouse, eight grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

We will miss her enthusiasm and love of life.

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Eda Boyles

13 mayo , 2019

Sweet Audrey! She was always so much fun, even when she didn’t feel like being fun. I met her at Cecil Pines in 2012 when I moved there. We played cards together. Audrey learned, through me, how to play Mah Jongg. At 90 years old! Whenever I invite someone to learn to play Mah Jongg and they give the excuse that they are too old, I play the “Audrey” card. Her birthday was the same day as my mom’s and I always told her she was like a mom to me. Rest well, Sweet Audrey.

Eda Boyles

13 mayo , 2019

Sweet Audrey! She was always so much fun. I met her when I moved to Cecil Pines in 2012. I played cards with her, and she learned, through me, how to play Mah Jongg. At 90 years old! Whenever I invite someone to come learn Mah Jongg and they give the excuse that they’re too old to learn, I pull the “Audrey” card! Her birthday was the same day as my mom’s and I always told her she was like a mom to me. Rest well Dear Audrey.

Eloise Beyerle

13 mayo , 2019

Audrey was one of the first residents that befriended me at Cecil Pines community. She was a joy to be around. One of the most gracious ladies I have ever known.

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