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Alice K
Bowne (Kessler)

July 17, 1933 – January 27, 2019

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Condolence From: Christine Rosinski
Condolence: .I was saddened to read that Alice had passed away. I met Alice in 1990. We met in the bereavement group when our husbands passed away. A few of us "hit it off" and continued our friendships after the bereavement sessions ended. We decided to meet at least once a month. We celebrated everyone's birthday during their special month, had dinner parties, game nights, bbqs, went to the movies, had crafting sessions, etc. A couple of times, Alice and I even made home-made grave blankets to place on our husbands' grave sites.

Alice was a sweet, kind person and I will miss her. I send my deepest sympathies, blessings, and love to the whole family!

Love - Christine Rosinski, Wall Township
Tuesday February 12, 2019
Condolence From: Michele
Condolence: I didn’t realize how much Aunt Alice was part of my life until I began to write this message of condolence to my cousins. When I was a small kid, I would watch her getting ready for a date with her circle skirts , roller skates and page boy hairdo. She polished my nails, did my hair, took me to the beach, the zoo, the boardwalk. She was the first person I knew who wore jeans. We teased her mercilessly, little knowing that within a few years, we’d all be wearing them, though maybe not rolled up and in all those colors. As a teenager, I spent hours babysitting at her house. The boys were always asleep when I came, so I spent most of my time with whatever large dog she had at the time. Sometimes I’d walk down and chat with her while she worked in the kitchen. She helped me when I began researching Kessler family genealogy. She was a very special, kind and thoughtful friend to me, and she loved her family very, very much. It didn’t matter how long I stayed away I always felt perfectly at home when I made my way back. I will miss her presence in the world.
Friday February 01, 2019
Condolence From: Sandy Cox
Condolence: She was a very special Person and will be greatly missed by Her Family and Friends

Sandy Cox
Wednesday January 30, 2019
Condolence From: Sharon
Condolence: To the Family I would like to extend my deepest sympathy. The grief of losing a loved one in death hurts so deep. What has helped me at these difficult times is know that sickness, death and the pain they cause were never Jehovah God's purpose for us. To give us comfort and hope He gave His very own son Jesus and many Bible promises. Such as Isaiah 33:24, which promises that sickness will be gone forever! John 5:28-29 promises that our loved ones who have passed away are in God's memory waiting for His son Jesus to call them back to life! Imagine seeing your dear Alice again! What a wonderful time that will be! In time if you would like to know more about God's promises and how they will be fulfilled through His son please visit Again you have my sympathy.
Wednesday January 30, 2019

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