OBITUARY

Alice M Westover

April 8, 1920August 6, 2019

Alice M. Krisher Westover of Clinton, Mississippi passed away Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at the age of 99. Alice was born April 8, 1920 in Warren, Ohio. After graduating from high school, Alice moved to Cleveland where she worked at Trumbull Lamp, a division of General Electric. In 1942 she joined the Army and was a Junior Leader in the 707th WAAC Post. Alice was honorably discharged in 1943 earning a World War II Victory Medal and a Women’s Army Corp Service Medal.

In 1956 she married Robert Westover. They lived in Warren, Ohio until 1974 when they moved to Clinton, Mississippi. Alice was an active member of Morrison Heights Baptist Church. She had many friends and was a member of a local homemaker’s club. Alice loved shopping for her grandchildren and playing games!

She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Bob Westover. She is survived by her 2 children, son David L. Westover (Beth), daughter Deborah K. Murphy (Mike); 5 grandchildren, Erik Westover, Chandler Westover, Reid Westover, Taylor Sears (Erika) and Kelly Sears; and her sister, Lois Moore.

Visitation will be Saturday, August 10th at Lakewood Funeral Home from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. with a memorial service to follow.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memory of Alice Westover to Morrison Heights Baptist Church Senior Adults, 3000 Hampstead Blvd., Clinton, MS 39056.

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  • She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Bob Westover. She is survived by her 2 children, son David L. Westover (Beth), daughter Deborah K. Murphy (Mike); 5 grandchildren, Erik Westover, Chandler Westover, Reid Westover, Taylor Sears (Erika) and Kelly Sears; and her sister, Lois Moore.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, August 10, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 10, 2019

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Kimberly Krisher

August 16, 2019

There are too many memories to choose one to give enough importance to our Aunt Alice. She was truly the leader of the family, always instilling the need of keeping the family in touch even from miles away. We looked forward to each hand written note she would write about her, Uncle Bob, Debbie, David, and family. We will miss her. Condolences to David, Debbie, and family. From Kim, Nathan, Samantha, and family.

Margaret Krisher/Cliver

August 8, 2019

My Aunt Alice was the best Aunt ever!! I spent a lot of time with her when I was little and growing up. She took me on picnics at Packard Park near the Kenley Players where all the broadway shows were. We would wait on the movie stars to come out and get their autographs. I still have those autographs. She always had time for me. Very few people are lucky enough to have an Aunt like I did. I was always at her house, and later when Debbie and David arrived, I babysat them for my Aunt Alice and Uncle Bob when they needed a night out. I would go to watch Debbie who was in gymnastics, and go to watch David play baseball with my Aunt & Uncle.

My Aunt came from a large family (6). She was the oldest, so she was very good with people. She was preceded in death by two brothers (Robert Krisher, Sr., and James Krisher), and two sisters (Ruth Fath and Jean Britton).

I was glad I saw her in Missouri when she still knew me. We talked about old times and she still remembered all of them. I will miss her greatly.

Much love,
Margaret Krisher-Cliver

Cheryl Kistler

August 8, 2019

We will always remember our Aunt Alice. So many fun memories and Sundays at Grandma's. Debbie and David you have our deepest sympathy. Always hold in your heart's what amazing parents you shared.
Love Cheryl and Keith

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