Alice C. Richey

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Alice C. Richey, 76, of Cochranville, passed away suddenly on Sunday, July 29, 2012 at her home.  She was the beloved wife of James E. Richey, with whom she would have shared 58 years of marriage in September.  



Born in Gap, Alice was the daughter of the late Landis and Elva Usner Clark.  An area resident her entire life, she was a 1953 graduate of the Cochranville School.  



She was a life member of the Cochranville Fire Co. Auxiliary.  



Alice is survived, in addition to her husband, by her two children: Debra M. Richey of Cochranville and Donald E. Richey, husband of Sharon (Gillespie), of Cochranville; two granddaughters, Elizabeth and Sarah Richey; and siblings, Mildred Ream of Ronks, Kathleen Denlinger of Gap and Anabelle Underwood of Parkesburg.  



She was predeceased by her brother, James Clark.



The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, August 2nd at 11 AM at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, followed by interment in the Cochranville Methodist Cemetery.  The viewing will be held on Thursday at the Funeral Home from 9 until 11 AM.



Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com  

Condolences

Dear family: We all loved Aunt Alice. She was a wonderful, loving, caring, woman with a wonderful sense of humor. Nobody sent better cards, and had a faster wit then her! She will be sadly missed. We love you all, and will be praying for your family. Love, Danise, Kurt and Family

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Don and family, we are so very sorry to hear of the passing your Mother.
The Officers and Members of Christiana Lodge No. 417

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Aunt Alice,
I am sorry for your loss Uncle Jim, Debbie, Donnie, Sharon, Elizabeth and Sarah. I was sad to hear the news. She was a great and devoted friend of Helens'. Now they are together and who knows what they are gossiping about. She was a very loving and caring grandmother.

My Deepest Sympathies. Sue

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Please accept our sincere condolences in the loss of your wife, mother and grandmother. It is so hard to loose those we love.

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