Dora-Alcorn-Obituary

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Dora Gwen Alcorn

Andrews, Texas

Aug 11, 1923 – Sep 4, 2021 (Age 98)

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BORN
August 11, 1923
DIED
September 4, 2021
AGE
98
LOCATION
Andrews, Texas

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McNett Funeral Home Obituary

Dora “Gwen” Alcorn, 98, of Andrews TX passed away on, September 4, 2021 in Andrews, Texas.


Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life at 2:00 PM Friday, September 10, 2021 at 2:00 PM in Andrews Old Cemetery.  The family will receive friends the previous day from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at McNett Funeral Home.  


Gwen was born in Sweetwater, TX on August 11, 1923, to John Luna and Sarah Josie Boyles. She married the love of her life Charles Alcorn in Sweetwater, Texas in 1940. They enjoyed playing cards,  dominoes, and visiting with neighbors and friends. Gwen certainly loved traveling with her late husband Charles. They traveled to many places over the years, Mexico and Switzerland. One very special time was their 50th Wedding Anniversary traveling to Hawaii. Gwen is preceded in death by her parents, husband Charles Alcorn; daughter, Sandra Jean Pearcy and five half- brothers.  


She is survived by her daughter Dorenda Ayres of Andrews; grandchildren, Hether Ayres of Durango, CO, Milanda Marshall of Manakawkin, NJ, David Pearcy and wife Alysia of Port Angeles, WA; one great- grandchild Mackenzie Pearcy, and two cousins Doyle Combs and wife Barbara of Haltom, Texas.


 

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Gwen was at the front desk the first time I came to the library as a child. And she is a big reason why I became a librarian and was thrilled to be able to serve the Andrews community as she had. She and Charlie were such wonderful people and I know they are missed by many still.
Thoughts, love and prayers are with you and your family.

It was a privlige to be a guest in Gwen's house on many occasions as a close friend to the Alcorn/Pearcy family. Puzzles, crosswords, meals and good times.

My Condolences and prayer to the Alcorn Family. Prayers flow as a rushing river