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Alice West Spencer Altenberg Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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July 25, 2017
AL and EILEAN so sorry to hear about your step mom. prayers for you and family.. mike word
July 21, 2017
Although I never met Linda, after reading her obituary, I wish I had as she must have been very special and one who lived life to the fullest. I believe I am Linda's 1st cousin twice removed and knew her indirectly through her late sister Rowena Spencer who was my friend. Linda's father, Lewis Cass Spencer, was the brother of my great grandfather William Brainerd Spencer and I believe Linda would have been my grandmother Brainetta Elam Spencer's 1st cousin but of course, Rowena would know for sure. Please except my condolences.
July 20, 2017
Aunt Linda was the best! May she rest in peace.
July 19, 2017
Before there was Title IX opening the doors to women's participation in athletics, Linda ripped off the door of the NOBGFC Clubhouse to bring women's participation in the sport of bluewater fishing to a whole new level. She then got back on the Delice', climbed the flybridge, cranked up those diesels and skippered from dawn to dusk. Her family is much, much larger than noted as it includes countless young adolescents who grew up during their summer trips to fish Port Eads. She kept a watchful mother's eye over all of us. Her radio command "unique". Her skippering skills legendary. Was in Port Eads the last day she and Al fished together, and all on the dock shed a tear as Al handled the lines casting off and Linda headed the Delice upriver for one last ride home. Loved 'em.