“Dear family of Alice and Bob,
I was sadden to hear of the passing of Alice. She sat with my parents for most meals at York Gardens. I had the pleasure of dining with her many times as well. She was a beautiful and compassionate lady. During my mother's final days, Alice was so sweet and offered me so much comfort I will never forget it and will use it as an example going forward. I will always remember her amazing smile and her love of football. I still remember the many times she...
“Dear family of Alice and Bob,
“Bob - I was so sorry to read of your dear wife's passing. I worked with you at Hopkins Dodge learning so much from you. YOu spoke always so lovingly of your wife and family. You attended my high school musicals and my wedding and you yourself had such a fantastic voice. I know that she'll be watching over you and ready to welcome you with open arms when you meet again one day - God Bless you and your wonderful family. Terry (Boyd) Berens
“Uncle Bob and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you as we fondly remember Aunt Alice. What a very special lady. We didn't get to see her too often, but what a treat when we did. She will remain in our hearts and memories. Uncle Bob, we're thinking of you. We're especially happy to remember being able to visit with you now and then when you were traveling for your car events.
With lots of love,
Sue (English) & David, Ellyn, Emma, and Mara Barkley
“Bob and family; Our deepest sympathy to you on the passing of dear Alice. I recall with great fondness our days of making music together with St. Henry's Choir. I've thought how much my Grandmother Anna (Berres) Malone would have enjoyed hearing us, together, 'singing praise unto the Lord!' May this wonderful lady rest in peace!
“Bob and Family, Our sympathy on the passing of Alice. I did not know her well but I know what a wonderful person she was by hearing Bob tell about her during the time we spent together since you sold me a car in 1953. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in a difficult time.
Betty and Jim Isaacson
“Mom, I'm so proud to be your son and appreciate all you have done for me over my 57 years. While it is sad that we can't talk directly anymore - we certainly have our spiritual connection to build on. I'm happy that you are not sufferng anymore, thrilled that you can see and be mobile again, and feel a sence of warmth that you are with my departed brother, sister, grandparents, aunts & uncles and those from Deb's side that have left us. Please say hi to them from Deb & I! I love...
“Our Dear Auntie Alice, all of us Dornbach nieces and nephews loved coming to your home. Such wonderful memories and fun times with you,Uncle Bob and all our Berres cousins. Our hearts go out to all of you during this great loss, may God bless you. All our love, Patty and Kenny.
“Bob, our deepest sympathy to you and your family
Arlan and janette Malling
“A 'Great Lady' indeed has left us Bobby. But she will always be a 'Great Lady' in our memories for as long as she is in our thoughts.You and your brothers and sisters had a wonderfull Mom longer than most of us. Take care of the 'Gray Fox'(Robert Sr.) for us. I've got great memories of both. My sympathy to all of you. The last visit with your folks was very enlighting and just plain fun.
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Berres, Alice Kathryn age 95, of Edina, passed away peacefully on February 6, 2013. She was born on November 30, 1917 to Dr. A.L. Domeier and Frieda (Siefert) Domeier in their home in Springfield, MN. She was preceded in death by them, a brother Christian John Domeier, who was killed on Iwo Jima...Read More