Lake View Funeral Home & Lake View Memorial Gardens

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Alice L. Weik

October 9, 1932January 25, 2020
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Alice L. Weik nee Natoli, 87 of Belleville, Illinois, was born October 9th, 1932 in East St. Louis, Illinois, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 25th, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.

Alice was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and wonderful aunt. She was a meat packer and owned and managed a laundromat Belleville for many years. She was an amazing painter, loved to bake, crocheted and she had a love for dancing. She was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. She enjoyed going to events with Okaw Valley Classics Chevy Club and the Belleville Gear Jammers. She got a kick out of riding in the 1955 Chevy hardtop. She went to many functions with the Northwest Fire Department that her husband Ralph volunteered with for 25 years. They both cherish all the friends they have made over the years.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Tony and Maybell Natoli, nee Hession, her brothers, Rocco “Bud” (Jenny) Natoli, John (Wanda) Natoli and sisters, Dora (Ralph) Hollenberg and Gloria Cox. Alice is survived by her beloved husband of 59 years, Ralph L. Weik, her sister, Toni Vargha, her son Rocky (Sandy) Moore, her daughter, Margo (Matthew) Pidgeon, her two grandchildren, Amanda “Amy” (Philippe) Lalonde and Samantha Moore and her fiancé, Danny Parr. She is further survived by great-grandchildren, Emerson “Emmy” Parr, Lucie Lalonde, and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Ralph would like to give special thanks to the family members that helped with Alice’s final days and to the staff at Belleville Memorial and BJC Hospice.

Visitation will be Friday, January 31st, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Lake View Funeral Home, Fairview Heights, Illinois.

Funeral will be Saturday, February 1st, 2020 at 10:00 am at Lake View Funeral Home, Fairview Heights, Illinois, with an additional visitation one hour prior to service.

Interment will follow in Valhalla Gardens of Memory in Belleville, Illinois.

Memorials may be made to the donor’s choice.


  • Visitation Friday, January 31, 2020
  • Vistation Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Funeral Saturday, February 1, 2020


Alice L. Weik

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Rocky & Sandy Moore

February 3, 2020

Mom you will be so terribly missed😢
Your love & presence in both our lives will forever be lovingly thought of the rest of our lives❤️
We’ll never forget your love & care for us❣️
Thanks for the memories 💕
Love you❣️❣️
Rocky & Sandy

Dana Doine

January 31, 2020

I met Alice and Ralph just over a year ago! Two of the most wonderful people. I love them both dearly. What tickled me the most about Alice is how she handled Ralph. She was tiny but mighty. She knew how to be Ralph's strength. I adored seeing her. Such a wonderful couple! Instant bonding with two very special people. May she rest with our Lord now....💕✝️❤🙏

Jennifer & Scott Brunworth

January 30, 2020

Deepest sympathies to your family. We have been Ralph & Alices neighbors for 15 years and we know first hand what a wonderful & kind woman she was. I’m so sad to hear of her passing.

May her memory always be a blessing to your family.

Dorene Anderson

January 30, 2020

So sorry for your loss my thoughts & prayers are with the family .She was a amazing woman. So many memories to cherish of days spent visiting with
Alice with Gloria I can only imagine the laughter the two of them or causing in Heaven & they both are truley missed by many here .

Donna Rees

January 28, 2020

A great lady! Always ready with a smile and a hug. We will miss her greatly! 💗

Alma Howard

January 28, 2020

Dear cousin I remember your family visits when we were youngsters. We lived in Iowa and Uncle Tony and Aunt May brought you to visit. We rode horses and ran wild. I remember you and Gloria taking me to the movies: The Thing”. We enjoyed our mutual 50th wedding anniversary with you and Ralph. Rest In Peace dear cousin. Due to health issues we can’t come to see you once again. But I have good memories of our times together. Cousin Alma

Donna Denbow

January 28, 2020

Alice wasn’t just my Aunt ,she was my Godmother, she always call me Josie not sure why , if you wear fortunate enough to know her you have been Blessed . as a child I would be so excited to go to her home For a visit . she always made Christmas at her home for the family one of the most special times we could’ve ever had , I remember she took a napped one day and make me a rose out of it when I was a little girl I can still remember to this day how pretty it was . You never left Her with out a kiss good bye . She was a very talented woman paint a picture just like an artist , she was a wonderful cook I’ll never forget the taste of her fruit cakes they were the best . she will be missed but I am sure her mother father brothers and sisters are glad to have her home with them. I love aunt Alice 🙏

Barb Cox

January 27, 2020

Aunt Alice was an amazing person. She has left me with so many great memories. She always had a smile on her face and a kiss good by when she would leave. Alice and Ralph signed for my first loan back in 1981 and I would of been lost without them. Some of the best memories were seeing them dance at countless wedding receptions and spending so many Christmas Eve's at their home. I still make my potato salad from her recipe. I Love you with all my heart and you will missed. Rest in peace and Welcome Home.
Love Ya, Barb