Lombard Funeral Home

1550 Fulton Avenue, Sacramento, CA


Mary Alice Chandler

September 28, 1928February 11, 2020

Mary "Alice" Chandler, 91, of Sacramento, CA, passed away February 11, 2020. She was born in Los Angeles on September 28, 1928.

Alice attended Jordan High School in Watts. She married the love of her life Louis Chandler and was a loving mother to Bobby, Jennie, Mary, and Marie Antionette. She was adored by her thirteen grandchildren, twenty four great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.

She loved and lived for Jehovah, her family, cooking and cleaning.

She was baptized, as one of Jehovah's Witness's, on October 20, 2012, in Yuba City, CA.

She truly was a very special lady who had the ability to listen without judgement and be there with unconditional love. She made each and everyone of us, whose lives she touched, feel so very special and loved.

We will forever cherish and hold her love and memories in our hearts.


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Therese Maestas

February 15, 2020

So sorry to hear of Alice's passing. In my highschool years she was like a second mom. Nettie her daughter, ( Marie Antoinette) and I were High School buddies. With all the mischief we got into, Alice always had stern but good advice for us. RIP Alice, hug all our loved ones there with you. Prayers for God's Love & Peace...


Kaitlin Chavez

February 15, 2020

My heart hurts so bad. I have so many memories with Great Grandma. Playing at her apartment in Cave Junction like it was yesterday. I remember always picking a snack with my brother micheal and grandma would always sit and eat with us. I remember grandma getting me pen and paper to write out all the number for every infomercial I wanted toys from! Putting on her powder after showers. Walking to the park and library. When I got a little older having her visit and praying every night with me. I know god has always been a huge part of her life, to this day I still say prayers she taught me. I remember going to church on weekends with her and getting donuts after. It really touched my heart how family oriented grandma always was and no matter how old she had got she made the trip to come meet all my children, and attend me graduating. Grandma has always had us all in her thoughts, no matter how busy and caught up we get in our own lives, forget to call, get swallowed in the day to day life--it has always been clear grandma has been each and every one of our guardian angels since day one. I find peace in knowing she is still with her family and able to look out and protect us still. I love you grandma.