OBITUARY

Alice Weaver

November 11, 1923March 26, 2013

Alice Weaver passed away peacefully at home March 26, 2013. She was born November 11, 1923 to Cordia and Jacob Turley in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1948 she moved to the Northwest, met and married Larry Weaver in 1953. They were married for almost 54 years. She is survived by a step-son, Dick (Joan), and was preceded in death by her husband, Larry, a step-daughter, Sharleen, step-son Gene, grandson Greg, 2 sisters; Irene and Esther, and half-brother, George. She leaves 7 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by 3 sisters, Freddie (Eddie), Dottie, Jen, two half- brothers; Donald (Lynne), and Marvin, two half-sisters; Shirley and Barbara, and numerous nieces and nephews. She loved hiking and horseback riding in the Salmon La Sac area, and fishing in the high lakes. She loved to garden, and enjoyed oil painting, scratch art, and wood carving. Tomato plants and flower starts were shared abundantly. Her home was a popular gathering place for all holidays and celebrations where we frequently enjoyed her famous pies! She was loving, generous, and so inspirational!

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Berean Baptist Church in Marysville, or Providence Hospice of Snohomish County.

Visitation Monday, April 1, 2013 at 12:30 PM followed by a Celebration of Alice’s life at 1:00 PM at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville. Interment at Marysville Cemetery.

Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, April 1, 2013
REMEMBERING

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April 6, 2013

Mary Kreiter

April 2, 2013

Aunt Alice will be missed by so may people. We all loved her very much and glad she is finally resting in peace.

Cathy Rosen-Swedelius

April 2, 2013

You know there is something I never apologized to her for. When I was a little girl a long time ago, she came to visit us. I was in my crib and it the days of heavy glass baby bottles. I am told I hit her hard over the head with the bottle and knocked her out. I am so sorry Auntie Alice. So sorry.

Linda Bodenstab

April 2, 2013

What a lady my Aunt Alice was. She was kind, very generous, and loving. She will be missed by all her family. Great is her reward. She is in the presence of Jesus and God. It doesn't get any better than that. Love you Aunt Alice !

Lynn Armstrong

April 2, 2013

We truly are grateful for having such a sweet, talented, generous and PRETTY young grandma. Our friends were always impressed with her and we were so proud! She always wanted kids and has touch so many of our lives, including foster kids and her many furry "babes." I loved visiting "grandma and grandpa on the farm" and always thought that was their name. I often said I got my blonde hair and artistic talent from her and she would giggle. She never failed to have pie ready for any visit. She was ready to see "Pa" and there are many friends and family waiting for her this Easter in heaven. Life won't be the same without her sweet smile.

Jane O'Hagan

April 1, 2013

Alice was a dear friend for many years. She was a joy to know and have for a friend. She always had something to talk about, and she was so capable and independent. She was an inspiration, and someone you wanted to strive to be like. No grass grew under Alice's feet!! I can only imagine what it was like for her to spend her first Easter in Heaven with her Lord and Savior, and with Larry!! I will, however, miss her down here. Many blessings to you, her family.

Lindsay Bowker

April 1, 2013

I was very blessed to my Great Grandmother in my lie for so long. She was a very kind, beautiful and loving person and she was also very savvy with the computer and it was always a joy to see her smiling face every time we Skyped for the holiday,s while I was in New York. I will remember her for her delicious pies, her sweet laugh and her gorgeous gardens and tomato plants. I will miss her very much and will remember her forever. Love you Great Grandma!!! Enjoy Heaven with Great Grandpa, Grandpa and Uncle Greg! <3

Freddie Rosen

March 31, 2013

Not only is she my sister but she was my best friend. I could go to her with any problem and she would help solve it. She was an excellent gardener from the roots up. Every year she provided me with tomato plants and flowers for my garden. She leaves an empty space in my life and heart.

Cathy Rosen-Swedelius

March 31, 2013

Auntie Alice was loving,giving and always there when someone needed something. She loved Uncle Larry so much and I am happy they are together again. The flowers in heaven will get an extra special touch. She could, however, be stubborn when she wanted to be and had stregth we all fell back on. I love her and always will.. I can still hear her saying "oh, you guys". A true lady and gentle person.

March 31, 2013