Alyce Marian Hines, 79 of 500 Portersville Rd., Wurtemburg, entered into eternal rest at 8 A.M. Friday, May 22 at her residence. She was born in Wurtemburg on January 17, 1930 to the late Edward J. "Ted" & Helen Smith Hines. She was a member of Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church where she had served as an Elder. She was a graduate of Lincoln High School, the Presbyterian School of Nursing and the University of Pittsburgh. Alyce retired in 1979 from the Navy where she obtained the rank of Commander. While in the Navy she served as Patient Care Cordinator, Nuring Service Administrator & Nuring Instructor. After her retirement from the Navy she worked at Passavant Retirement Center in Zelienople. She is by two sisters, Ruth Manzi of San Diego, CA, and Mary and her husband Gregory Johnson of Columbus, OH and a brother, Robert E. Hines of Bankok, Thailand. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Bill & James Hines A Memorial Service will be held a Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church on Thursday, May 28, 2009 at 11 A.M. with Rev. Richard J. Byerly. Interment will follow in Wurtemburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 10 A.M. until the time of the servie at 11 A.M. Full military rites will be offered by the Veteran's Honor Guard. Memorial contributions can be made in Alyce's name to Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 709, Ellwood City, PA 16117
Lynn & Colleen LeViere
Though your hearts may be grieving, missing Alyce, we hope you have lots of smiles as you ponder the special woman that Alyce was. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Grace & Joe Stiles
What a joy it was to have Alyce as a neighbor for a number of years, she was a dear sweet woman and we will never forget her love for her dogs, she will be missed.
I had the privilege of working with Alyce at PAssavant. During a nurse aid work stoppage, office staff worked with the nurses on the floors, caring for the residents. I learned so much from Alyce and had great fun sharing tales of experiences with residents. During this time, we discovered that my parents had rented from her family when they were first married. She was a delightful person and a superb nurse. I know her family will miss her, but the world is a much better place because of her presence here!
Knowing my cousin Alyce was like a breath of fresh air to the nursing vocation. She loved her work and thus the country is better because of Alyce. Although we lived cross country from each other, Alyce would come visit whenever she could get a pass and be in California. I shall miss her great smile and laugh.
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