Alice-Morrow-Obituary

Alice Morrow

Chokoloskee, Florida

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I'll really miss Alice, our roadside conversations and her genuine nature. I'll be thinking of her everyday as I pass her place.
Susan Langner

You were so special to us, Alice. You certainly made me feel welcome every time I had the opportunity to visit the island and the store. I will cherish my visit with you this last Seafood Festival in February.

My thoughts and prayers are with her husband and family. God Bless.

I will miss our talks at the post office. When we first moved here 12 years ago, you went out of your way to welcome us. You will be missed.

Our family was saddend and shocked to hear of Mrs. Moose's passing. Things on the Island will never be the same without our inside track to what's happpening on our island. Over the years Mrs. Moose watched our boys Bill and Dave (A.K.A. Sharkey grow up ) Our famliy will truley miss Mrs. Moose.

We remember all the great times at the lake. Looking for shells and glass along the water. Alice would make great breakfasts.Our Christmas in July were very special too. She will be sadly missed.

I met Alice a few years ago at the Thrift Store. She always brought a smile to my face and she will surely be missed! My sympathy to her husband and family! God bless you all~! Joyce, Indiana Snowbird

Have so many memories through the
years - reunions - family get-togethers.
Alice will certainly be missed by all.

Shirley, Lancaster, New York

Uncle Moose, Patrick and family, We are so sorry the hear of Aunt Alice's death. So many memories...She will be greatly missed.

Uncle Moose and Family:
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and the family. Aunt Alice was such a sweet lady. She will be truly missed.

Obituaries

Alice's Obituaries

June 25, 2012

Alice (Conway) Morrow, 74, of Chokoloskee, Fla., died Monday evening, June 25, 2012, at her home.

Born in Taylor, she was a daughter of the late James and Alice (Corcoran) Conway.

Alice was a graduate of Wilkes-Barre Township High School, Class of 1957. She was...

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