Alyce Arlene Wallace (Kile)
(1943 - 1998)

Alyce Arlene Wallace (Kile)
Nickname: Babe

Idaho, United States of America
April 25, 1943

Idaho, United States of America
September 12, 1998

Gardening, Puzzles, Staying close to family
To a beautiful woman on the inside and outside. The strongest and bravest soul I will ever meet. I dream to base my life how you lived! I know if you could have met your three other grandchildren you would have been the GREATEST GRANDMA ever!!!!! You taught me everything in the short time we know one another. I am a better person because of you. I thank you for teaching me how to treat others, to be a Mom, and to know Jesus, our Savior. We were the one thing that held our family together, and once you were gone we fell apart. We try to be close but it is hard. I Love You so much and wish I could hug you one more time, or kiss you goodnight. I sometimes find myself wanted to call you on the phone. I still know our phone number. I miss you mommy. I know one day we will be reunited once again.
Your Baby,

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Debbie Warner
June 5th, 2009
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"I love you Mom! And miss you everyday!"
Debbie Warner
June 5th, 2009


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