Mrs. Alice Radecki Balint
I will miss you and your letters a lot. I wish we had more time together my memories of you will stay in my heart forever.
Love Always your daughter.
Kathy & Bob, For many years, as you know, Don and I spent a lot time with your folks in their later years. Visiting, playing cards, making sure they were o.k., etc. One thing for sure, your mom sure told it like it was - no words minced. She always wanted to do the right thing. She liked funny jokes and she was quick to have a good laugh. We, as you know, made it a point every spring to see your mom while she was with you in TN. One thing for sure, when we see you in May we will have a wonderful lady missing from our family visit, my Aunt Alice. We love you both. Don & Rosemary
Alice Balint (Alicia as I called her) was my Mother in Law for 48+ years From the very start she was a very caring and giving individual. Over the years we developed a kindred relationship that had its valley and peaks, but in the end we loved each other. She is now playing euchre with Alex to determine "who's the champ". I will miss her.
For those of you who did not take the time or effort to know this lady, you missed out on a real treasure.
Kathy, at a time like this there are no words...know that you and Bob are loved and that Aunt Alice is treasured. While it seems like we have lost, Heaven has gained. Aunt Alice is now reunited with Uncle Al and one day we will all share in the blessed reunion. Until then we have God, God's comfort, each other and stories we look forward to hearing when we see you. We love you deeply, Natasha and Steve Yuhasz
my aunt alice was the best. i'm remembering the smell of her perfune when
she and my mom would meet downtown and go shopping and then take the
bus to our house. when i would come home i knew right away she was there.
she just had that special presence. it made me very happy. she was also
my godmother. i loved her. my condolences to all of you.