Alice May Goldzwig

July 31, 1920November 20, 2021

Alice May Goldzwig, age 101, of Safety Harbor, Florida passed away on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Alice was born July 31, 1920 in Soldier, KY to Jerry Richards and Cecelia Lewis Richards. Alice is preceded in death by her siblings; John, Paul, Lovell, Ray, Mildred (Kreitzer), Ralph, and Erma (Kiser). She is survived by two brothers; Jerry and Fred (Rayna) Richards, and many nieces and nephews. Alice was very involved in her community of Safety Harbor. She cherished the friendships she had and was a collector of many things, including books and camels. An avid reader, she read a book a day, well into her 90's. There will be a memorial held for Alice at a later date. Please continue to check online obituary for updates.


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Rose E Richards Campbell-Blake

November 29, 2021

We shared the love of a very incredibly eccentric woman. The love she shared with each of us. As a child she showered me and my siblings with gifts and her love. Making each feel special. As an adult, it didn't end for me. She never forgot my children and their birthdays and Holidays, She spoke her mind and lived it too. You are missed. Deepest Sympathy to friends and family.

Esther Stafford

November 23, 2021

As a teenager traveling to Florida with Aunt Mape, Uncle Marvin and Sharon, we went to Web City. Aunt Mape opened the cages to the spider monkeys and they soared over the aisles!
One never could predict what she might do. She loved that we celebrated her that way. She had that twinkle about her. One of the most generous souls around. ❤


November 23, 2021

Aunt Mape once called herself my agent when a letter came from Florida nursing board.They bought it and gave her the letter!
I stayed with her a few times in Dayton and in Florida.
Such times we had!
Like so many I love her so much!

Niece Amy

November 23, 2021

Aunt Mape was a free spirit who lived her life as she wanted, and we all have stories about the fun times we had with her.
There is so much to say about Aunt Mape, and I hope after the pandemic the family can have a reunion, where we can share memories about her in person, and also about Granny Millie, and the rest who have passed on.
Such a wonderful aunt and family and I always have felt so lucky to have had that solid, and sweet, family foundation in life.
Hopefully we can all meet in Kentucky, within the fairy tale Daniel Boone National Forest settings we all love, and where it all began.