Mrs. Alice Irvine, age 63, of Clayton, formerly of Albion, NY, died Wednesday, July 15, at her residence, under the care of her family and Hospice of Jefferson County. A memorial service will be held in Albion, October 10th at 2pm, at Christ Episcopal Church.
Alice was born June 19, 1952, in Albion, NY, the daughter of Winston and Nina Hollenbeck Hatch. She graduated from Albion High School and SUNY at Brockport with high honors.
On June 26, 1993, she married George Irvine in Albion.
She worked for a time as a comptroller for Arnold Gregory Hospital in Albion, until its closing. She then went to work for the family business, Five Corners Enterprises and Irvine Properties, LLC. She then was an Office Manager for Assemblyman Charles Nesbett for a time.
Alice was an active member of Christ Episcopal Church in Albion and Christ Episcopal Church in Clayton.
She enjoyed music and dancing from the Big Band era. Alice loved flowers, especially spring flowers. She enjoyed sewing and doing needlepoint, and was an avid animal lover, especially cats and dogs. Most importantly she loved everyone and enjoyed talking to everyone.
Surviving besides her husband George, is a daughter Valerie Marquart of Albion; a step daughter, Sarah Irvine of Buffalo; two brothers, Dan (Lyn) Hatch, and George Hatch; one sister, Judy (Donald) Garrett of Albion; nieces and nephews.
One stepdaughter, Abigail Irvine, and two brothers, Terry and Robert Hatch, predeceased her.
Donations can be made in her name to Alzheimer’s of Jefferson County or Christ Episcopal Church in Clayton.
Sandra (Flugel) Webster
So very sorry to hear of Alices’ passing, she was a great person and will be sadly missed by so many. God just received another angel.
Norm and Alex Krebs
Will always remember the vacations in Virginia, laughing ourselves to tears at the Town Club and causing occasional mischief! Miss you, Alice – Rest in Peace my friend.
So sorry to hear of Alice’s passing. Thinking of her always brings a smile to my face, and that “name game” she always played. She was a very lucky person to have you, George and Valerie. Be at peace.
Dear Heavenly Alice,
We first met during our employment at Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital. I remember those days fondly and the million laughs we had. After the hospital closed we all parted our ways and years later we reunited again after you married your husband, George. Most of us don’t actually have the pleasure of finding long lost friends, but we did! Rest easy my friend. My life was much better having had the pleasure of having you in it. My dear friend George and family, please except my sincere condolence’s!!!! This time of sorrow will be a rough road. I send you many blessings along the way!
Anne & Ron Houppert
We are so sorry to hear about our dear Alice. She and George were and are great neighbors. Will miss our breakfasts that we had together. Alice was a gem and George was wonderful to Alice and kept his promise to her. She will be missed by both of us. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Rest in peace Alice.
Jon, Lisa, Carol Pritchard
Our heartfelt sympathies to the entire family. We are saddened to hear of you loss.
Vicky Jackson Morrison
Dear Hatch and Irvine families…..what a sad sad loss. Alice and i ran into each other a few years back. She looked so much like her mom, Nina. I am so sorry for your loss. May the love of the Father surround you and bring you peace. I remember well the fun we had living on the ridge. A lifetime ago. I wish you well, and GOD BLESS YOU ALL. Vicky
It was always a great time being around Alice. I fondly remember riding in the boat singing “tuna tunes”. Alice was always such a great and happy person. Sorry for your loss George and the rest of the friends and family.
Luella Colmenero/Tamarha Guevara
We are sorry to hear of your loss.We well miss you deeply. She was a great woman God bless the family
cindy Downey troy
George and Valerie, please know how sorry i am for your loss both this week and during her illness. I loved Alice so, and I know her life was so blessed with you. My best wishes condolences. Cindy
Rick and Kathi ( Woolston) Smith
Dear George, Valerie, Judy, Dan,
So sorry for this great loss. Please know you’re all in our hearts and prayers. So many wonderful childhood, church and neighborhood memories. God Bless.
John and Patricia Landon
So very saddened to learn of your loss, George. Not unlike me, you married above yourself with Alice. You got an angel, and treated her accordingly. That is a beautiful thing, And I suspect she will be repaying the favor by looking after you from her new residence, until the two of you are together again. Count on it. For most, heaven is a promotion. For your Alice, it is a lateral move.
John and Pat