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Alice Dalbey, of Mora, passed away on December 18, 2018 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.  She was 90 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICES will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at Akkerman Ingebrand Chapel in Mora.

VISITATION will be from 10:00-11:00 AM; one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the funeral home.

INTERMENT will be at a later date at the Oakwood Cemetery in Mora.

Alice B. Dalbey, of Mora, MN, died on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. She was 90 years old.

She was born to German Immigrants, Eugene and Emilie (Broesamle) Bader on August 27, 1928 in Minneapolis. She attended elementary school in Minneapolis and Coon Rapids, and graduated from Anoka High School in 1946.

She worked for 2 years at Glove Plumbing Supply Co. in Minneapolis and also attended Northwestern College from 1949-52. While at Northwestern, she had the privilege of singing and traveling with a ladies trio and also directed several summer Bible Schools in various churches. She also worked at the Minneapolis YMCA. During this time she met Clyde Dalbey and they married on June 26, 1953. Clyde had just returned from military service in the U.S. Army and was working at Erickson Decorators as a painter. He decided to enroll at Northwestern College and graduated in 1959. Clyde and Alice served at various churches, VBS, and Children’s Crusades. They served at Hillman Baptist Church in Mora for 20 years, from 1971-1991, and also worked with Senior Adults at Emmanuel Baptist Church.

In 1971 Alice starting working for the Mora School District for the next 47 years; first at Fairview Elementary as a teacher’s aide for three years, then as secretary for the Mora High School counselors for 18 years. She retired in 1992 but continued to work part-time as copy machine operator at the school. She enjoyed her work very much, both as a secretary and a pastor’s wife.

She was preceded in death by her parents; sister Allie Loeks; and husband Clyde in 2017.

She is survived by sons Gary and wife Bonnie, and Dan, all of Mora; grandchildren Eric (Jordan) of Kansas City, KS and Jamie (Taylor Johnson) of Minneapolis; sister Betty (Kenneth) Ginn of Coon Rapids; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


11 thoughts on “ALICE DALBEY”

  1. Oh Alice is home for Christmas! She was the school secretary when i was in school. She was always so kind and fun. She always had a twinkle in her eye. Just a very lovelly lady.. i enjoyed knowing her. She will be missed by many.God bless you during this time.

  2. Alice would be leaving work at the same time I would be starting in the morning. We would have a good chuckle now and then, discussing copiers or the weather etc. When she was ill and out for a week, everyone missed her and asked about her health. She returned for a day and I asked her to never be sick again. She was needed there and she said everyone was saying nice things about her. We didn’t know each other very well but she hugged me and wished me a Merry Christmas. It was the last time I saw her but her lovely smile will always be in my remembrance of her.

  3. Alice is remembered with joy. Her passing is sweet sorrow, that is blessed by the assurance that she is now enjoying an eternal bliss with Jesus and His saints and angels. My wife (Margaret) and I extend sincere condolences to family and grieving friends.

  4. I worked very close to Alice for 28 years. I never heard her say anything negative about anyone. She was quiet but had a great sense of humor. She was so efficient in her work. I know Mora Schools will dearly miss her. I know
    I will miss the hugs she gave no matter where we were. RIP Alice.

  5. Sweet Alice will be missed! Always a gentle smile and word of encouragement. Sorry for your loss but so glad she has arrived home to be with Jesus. Love to the family! Greg&Mary

  6. Sorry to hear of your mom’s passing Gary and Dan. Although we mourn her loss, she has gained that ultimate goal of forever being with Jesus. So many memories going all the way back to the Brunswick Grasston days. My first big birthday party outing was for your birthday Gary and can still remember how fun your mom made it. BBC Baptist Bible Club, all the flannel graph stories, Jackie the puppet and her vibrant personality. Great memories. Celebrate her life by remembering all the great times.

  7. So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Very fond memories of Alice and Cylde at Hillman Baptist Church as a child. The Christmas programs, she made it so fun for us.
    God Bless you and your family.

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