Louise P. Alcott

October 31, 1924May 8, 2012

Louise Alcott was born on October 31, 1924 and passed away on May 8, 2012. She was a genuine spirit, full of life, and she will be greatly missed.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 19, 2012

Louise P. Alcott

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Cliff and Colette Case

May 18, 2012

Chris, Jackie, Michael, Ryan and Family-
We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom and Grandmother. Cliff and I have such great memories of times on the Ranch with her and your Dad/Grandfather. She always welcomed us and made us feel at home. I know she will be greatly missed by all of you.

Diana Alexander

May 16, 2012

I didn't know your Mom but I know you, and that tells me a lot about what a special woman your Mom was. Chris, I'm so sorry for your loss, but it's obvious that you have loads of good memories to console you during the sad times. I pray that your family will find that peace that passes all understanding as you all hold on to each other.

Jessica Glover

May 16, 2012

I only knew Louise for about fourteen years, but it was obvious from the first how much her friends and family loved her, and how much she loved them. Ryan has shared so many wonderful memories he has of Louise, Iral, and the ranch with us - it's almost like we got to be there also! Louise went out of her way to visit with me and share family stories. We will miss her always.

Ryan Glover

May 15, 2012

I will miss you very much Grandma. Thank you for making my times with you at the Ranch so special. You always took the time for my friends to come and visit and they all have fond memories of you and the Ranch as well. I love you Grandma. Rest in Peace.

Yvette Gomez (daughter of Maria)

May 15, 2012

I am so honored and blessed to have gotten the chance to meet Louise..not only was she a friend but she was a big part of our family. She taught us so much about life,compassion, patience,Love and not to mention her favorite things horses, Algiers, dancing, the French language, and dessert. Louise was like a second grandma to myself and my children. She may not have been blood related but, she took on the roll as a second grandma to myself and my children and she loved every minute of it, wether it was to scold me for scolding my kids, dancing with my husband at a birthday party, singing C'est si bon to the kids,or cheering the kids on at a baseball game she was there as Family. Her smile, laugh,stories, and great advice will surely be missed but im glad i have all the great memories, that will forever remain in my heart! U are missed everyday Louise..but I know u are in a much beautiful place and remain with us in spirit watching over my family. May you rest in eternal peace Louise (also known as "Weezy" to the kids)

Poonam Davis

May 15, 2012

We will all miss her beautiful smile and always so welcoming. Rest in Peace and now she has moved on to a more beautiful place where she will be reunited with her loved ones again.

Christopher Brown

May 15, 2012

She was such an awesome lady. Who else would let twelve year old's drive pick up trucks, shoot 12 gauge shot guns and pick avocados off her tree? She was the Steve McQueen of cool Grandmas.

Jacqueline Hallinan

May 15, 2012

We were very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved mother and grandmother. Condolences to all the family. She is a beautiful person and inspiration to her family. Our sympathies.