Alice Helen Chadwell

April 2, 1927February 8, 2021

Mrs. Alice Helen Marie Chadwell, 93, of The Concierge, Houston, Texas passed away February 8, 2021. She was born in Marble Falls, Texas on April 2, 1927 to Carl Bernard Anton Bruns and Anna Helena Frerichs. She was married to John Clinton Crismon for approximately 6 years and was then married to Earl Chadwell (Deceased) in 1953 for 14 years.

Alice Chadwell worked had a career as an Accountant for various businesses including Lackland Airforce Base, Schlumberger and Vice President of Winius Brandon Advertising Agency.

Alice was a member of the Salem Lutheran Church 4930 W Belfort Blvd Houston, Texas and enjoyed embroidery, crochet, tailoring, sewing, cooking, cross stitching for her great grandchildren, reading, learning more about healthful living, and her involvement in her church. She enjoyed traveling and went to China, Thailand, Egypt, Israel, Mexico, Hong Kong, Germany, England and more during her travels.

She was the President of the Residents Association at the Concierge where she stayed for the last 3 years. Alice was very well known and loved for her heart warming personality.

Alice was preceded in death by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bruns, three siblings – Herbert, Evelyn and Margaret and her son Roy Chadwell.

She is survived by one brother, three children, two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

A Graveside Service of a life well lived will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:30 PM at Marble Falls City Cemetery, 400 South Avenue S., Marble Falls, Texas 78654.



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Pat Chadwell

February 22, 2021

Oma (as the family call her- Grandma) was quite an exceptional woman. She would listen when you wanted to talk and be upbeat. Her kindness was felt by all. One of the last "visits" we were allowed to make was an outdoor window visit at the nursing facility. Danny, Tommy & I came up to the window. Alice look like a little girl - she was all dressed up, had a new year's hat on and blew her new year's whistle. She tried to make the most out of what she had. We love you, OMA!!

Dale Ruthven

February 21, 2021

Dear Tommy and Danny,
So glad your Mom had such a long and productive life.

I will always remember how her house was welcoming, a grand central station for her boys and their friends. I still tell that her Saturday Night home made pizza was my first and best I ever had.

Always so supporting for her kids and all that went on at that house and in that front yard.

Never going to forget her. - Dale