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With a song in her heart, Alice Mae Jowers passed peacefully from this life to the next on April 14, 2014. Born in Carmine Texas on March 21, 1916, Alice was preceded in death by her parents Alex and Katholeen Weyand, her husband George Jowers Jr., her brother Alex M. Weyand Jr. and wife Inez, sister Carleen Radicke and husband Herbert, sisters-in-law Polly Bradley and Rena Lynn, as well as dear friend and fellow Wedgewood resident Irene Stokes. Alice Mae is survived by her son George Jowers III and wife Jocelyn, Jeffrey W. Jowers and wife Sherrie, Brad Jowers Sr. and wife Hellen, seven grandchildren: George IV, Sean, Kendra, Chad, Scott, Brad Jr., and Jeffrey Jason Jowers, 14 great grandchildren, and countless nieces and nephews. All held a special place in Alice's heart. Alice grew up in Austin Texas where she graduated from Austin High and attended the University of Texas. There she met and married George, the love of her life, who died an untimely death at the age of 48. Alice carried on as a career mom and successfully completed the raising of their three sons. Her retirement years were spent at the Wedgewood where she entertained regularly preparing legendary meals for family and friends. An accomplished pianist she managed the kitchen as well as the entertainment with remarkable skill. Life there was a celebration, and Alice was both chef and chanteuse. The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the Town and Country Manor in Boerne, Texas and Alamo Hospice for their love and care.
There will be a graveside service at Ft. Sam Houston Cemetery at 2:00 pm on Monday April 21, 2014. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a
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3401 Cherryridge San Antonio, TX 78230
Published in Express-News on Apr. 20, 2014