Alice Brotherton Naas
1936 - 2022
Ted Dickey Funeral Home
2128 18th Street
Plano, TX
NAAS, Alice Brotherton Alice Brotherton Naas, 85, of Plano, Texas, passed away peacefully on January 10, 2022, in Plano, Texas. Visitation will be on Friday, January 14 at Dickey Funeral Home on 18th Street in Plano. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 15 at First Presbyterian Church of Plano. Alice was born Alice Gene Brotherton in Dalhart, Texas to Lawrence and Esther Root Brotherton on September 26, 1936. She graduated from West Texas State University with a Bachelor of Science in August of 1958, taught school in Pampa, Texas, and then and went to University of Texas to work on her Master's degree. She married Robert Naas on July 7, 1962, in Austin, Texas, and worked as a teacher in Austin until her children came. Throughout the years, she was active in her community and taught her children the importance of volunteering through her involvement in organizations like Girls Scouts of America and AAUW. In addition to serving as an elder and member of the Session of First Presbyterian Church in Plano, she also sang in the Chancel Choir, rang in the Handbell Choir and served as a substitute organist. Alice is preceded in death by her parents, Lawrence and Esther Root Brotherton and sister Jan Brotherton Stone. Alice is survived by her husband, Robert Naas; her children, Muriel Naas Mason (Craig Mason) and Martha Naas Smith; siblings Janie Brotherton, Larry Brotherton (Mary Ann Brotherton), Richie Brotherton (Linda Sue Brotherton) and brother-in-law Tom Stone; and grandsons Alan Mason, Larry Mason, William Smith, Nathan Smith, and David Smith. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to American Battlefield Trust (, Boys Ranch (, or First Presbyterian Church ( )

Published by Dallas Morning News from Jan. 13 to Jan. 15, 2022.
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Mr. Bob Naas, so sorry to hear of your wife Alice's passing. We first met you both when we were both students in Petroleum Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin in 1963. The four of us last met for dinner a few years ago in Dallas and I see you at the Dallas SPE luncheons held monthly at times. Although we could not make the services I look forward to seeing you the next time SPE has an in person luncheon meeting instead of the zoom meetings that have been held the last year.
Tommy and Sharron Sprinkle
January 19, 2022
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