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Alice Brown

Alice Brown

Monday, December 12th, 1932 Wednesday, October 7th, 2020

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Obituary for Alice Lillian Brown

Alice Lillian Brown, age 87 of Thunder Bay passed away at Bethammi Nursing Home on Wednesday October 7th, 2020. Alice was born December 12th, 1932 in Port Arthur and as a young woman lived for a time in Vancouver where she met the love of her life, Albert Brown. Shortly after their wedding they moved to Thunder Bay to raise their family. Mom was a devoted wife, mother and homemaker. She was a wonderful cook and baker and there were always delicious cookies, muffins and cakes to be found on the kitchen counter. For years she and Dad worked side by side in their garden producing a harvest of vegetables as well as sharing their love of flowers in their several beautiful flower beds that they planted together. She missed Dad terribly when he passed away after 53 years of marriage. Mom was such a kind and gentle person who always had a smile for everyone. She was an avid reader, always having a book on the go and loved walking. Alice’s grandchildren were very important to her and although distance prevented her from spending time with Brian and Vanessa too often they were always on her mind and in her heart. She had a special bond with her granddaughter, Danielle. They loved spending time together and had a very close relationship. Alice will be lovingly remembered by her daughters, Sharon (Larry) Clement of Thunder Bay and Gayle (Herb) Rutledge of 100 Mile House, B.C, grandchildren Danielle Clement of Edmonton, Alberta, Brian Rutledge of Salmon Arm, B.C. and Vanessa Rutledge of 100 Mile House, B.C. She was predeceased by her husband Albert, son Gary and her brothers and sisters. We would like to thank everyone at Bethammi Nursing Home, especially all of the Personal Support Workers and Nurses who took such wonderful care of Mom while she lived there and for going above and beyond during the COVID lockdown when we couldn’t be there for her and during the last days when she was cared for with so much love and compassion. We will be forever grateful for that. Cremation has taken place and there will not be any service at this time. Should friends so desire memorial donations to the Arthritis Society or the Alzheimer Society of Canada would be appreciated. Alice will be sadly missed and forever loved by her family and friends. Online condolences may be made at www.sargentandson.com.

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Dani Clement and Jules Rakowski has honored the life of Alice Lillian Brown by planting a memorial tree.
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Emily Dawson

On behalf of all of us at the Arthritis Society, we are so very sorry to hear of Alice’s passing. We are truly humbled and honoured to be named to receive memorial gifts in her honour.
With our deepest condolences to Alice’s family and friends,
Trish Barbato, CEO of the Arthritis Society
Comment | Posted at 11:26am via Condolence
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Yvonne perrier

Sharon and Larry and family
My heart goes out to you all , i pray you receive comfort and peice at this difficult time. My memory of your mother is of a gentle beautiful person. She always had the warmest smile . She will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 07:39pm via Condolence
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Dani Clement and Jules Rakowski

Alice was the most special person in the world and was loved beyond compare. She will be forever in our hearts.
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Hannah

Condolences to all of Alice’s family and friends. Alice was amazingly positive person whom I met when visiting at supper time at the nursing home. Until COVID-19 happened I spoke to her many times when visiting Len her table mate. She was always interested in my most recent travels and also in our family stories. When parking she always said it was so nice to talk to you again I hope you visit again soon. I am sure she was a blessing to many people in her life as she was to me when visiting at the home! Hannah Gelling - van den Brand
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