Alice E. Udall
Celebrating the Life of
December 3, 1931 - February 18, 2020
The Virtual Celebration of Life for
from Saturday, October 24, 2020
Remembering Alice Udall
Alice Udall was a power house: A force to be reckoned with. Her life spanned multiple careers and roles and she never slowed down. She was a social worker, a juvenile justice advocate, a volunteer, entrepreneur, print-business owner, real estate agent, an adventurer, traveler, caregiver, florist, a traditionalist AND a feminist, perennial jokster, lover of festivities and all holidays, a person willing to learn new things, an activist, a friend, wife, and mother and the best Auntie Alice! Alice - Mrs. Udall - was fiercely loyal to those she loved and defined the phrase “generous to a fault”. Burr and she created a home that for 65 years was an open and revolving door of people who needed help or just wanted to be where the fun was. Their house was a place to stay, a place to live, a place to be when you were away from home, a place to have a wedding, funeral, or birthday party, a place to watch the UofA play, well, any sport and generally just the center of warmth and welcoming. Her often opinionated but tireless and loving spirit is so missed.
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The slideshow below is a tribute to Alice Udall from her family and friends.