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Alice R. (Webster) Smith

December 8, 2021

Alice R. (Webster) Smith, 86, died December 8, 2021, at Paramount Health and Rehab in Newton, Kansas.

She was born on January 19, 1935, in Greenbay, Wisconsin, the daughter of Levi and Servilla (Skenadore) Webster.

Alice was a member of the Oneida Tribe. The Oneida Reservation is located near Greenbay, Wisconsin.

Alice loved flowers and spending time with her family. She also loved music, dancing, and picnics.

Alice is survived by her daughter, Cheryl Saenz; son, Raymond Smith; siblings Ken, Charlotte, Mary, Genevieve, Cathy; grandchildren, Erik Saenz, Gina Skinner, and Jeff Smith; and 5 great-grandchildren; and her life-long friend Guadalupe (Lupe) Tovar.

She is preceded in death by her parents; siblings LaVerne, Tom, Adam, Gerald, Cletus, one infant brother, Connie, and Debbie; and son, Jay Smith.

A funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m., on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, at Zion Lutheran Church in Newton, Kansas, with visitation at the hour prior at 10:00 a.m.. Following the service, burial will take place at Halstead Cemetery in Halstead Kansas.

Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Lutheran Church 3310 East Pawnee, Wichita, Kansas 67218 or Zion Lutheran 225 South Poplar St, Newton, Kansas 67114.

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2 thoughts on “Alice R. (Webster) Smith

  1. What a wonderful lady with a heart of gold. Always wanting to know if there was something she could to help us out. Alice will be truly missed. Especially when we attend church in Wichita. That is where we became friends with Alice and Raymond. The two of them stood up for us at our wedding. We will never forget Alice. God bless all her family as they grieve.

  2. Oh this is so heartbreaking! My aunt. I on ever get to meet her a couple times when I was younger but her and Raymond will always be in my heart. Love and miss you. Wish I could have gotten to see her one more time.

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