ALICE FAY ALFORD
LUNDBERG WOMICK WHITING
1941 FL – 2015 FL
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NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAILY
Strasburg, VA—Saturday, 15 August 2015
Alice Fay Alford Lundberg Womick Whiting, of
Wildwood, FL, loved to travel and "booked" her final trip on July 11,
She was born on June 28, 1941, the only daughter
and youngest child of the late Nettie Jean (Tyre) and Ruel Jerusha Alford of
Alice was loved, adored, and preceded in death
by her two older brothers, Ruel Jean Alford Jr. of Winchester, VA and Leon
Webster Alford of Trenton, FL.
Providing for three children, Alice was a very
successful waitress for several Tidewater area restaurants, drove a school bus
for James City County, owned and operated Alice's Artistic Beauty Salon in
Grafton, worked as a legal secretary for a prominent attorney in Yorktown, and
was employed for several years by Anheuser-Busch of Williamsburg.
It was her love for her family and historic home
restorations that brought her to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. While
restoring her home on Main Street, she opened and operated her own thriving
antique business in Mt. Jackson known as âEven More Stuffă.
With a great desire to preserve the local
history for the town she loved, she also put her talents to work as one of the
original founding members of the Mt. Jackson Museum before retiring to her home
state of Florida.
Alice will be fondly remembered and greatly
missed by her many cherished friends and family members, including the Ladies
Red Hat Society and the Continental Resident Ladies Club.
In addition to her husband, Dr. George C.
Whiting, of St. Petersburg, FL. Alice is survived by her daughter and
son-in-law, Terresa and Jay Linski of New Market, VA; son and daughter-in-law,
Jon and Kay Lundberg of Phoenix, AZ; son, James R. Lundberg of Mt. Jackson, VA;
granddaughter and husband, Courtney and Travis Cave of Maurertown, VA;
grandchildren, Ryan, Samantha and Ian Pugh, Gregory, Sean, Julia and Holly
Lundberg; great grandson, Ryland Cave, and many nieces, nephews and their
A memorial service is planned for October 17,
2015 at 2 p.m. at James River Baptist Church in Williamsburg, VA.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to
the Special Olympics Program.
NOTES: SSDI records do not yet list her death.
We included the obituaries of her brother Leon
Webster Alford in Florida Obituaries; and of her stepmother, Hyacinth Mae “Heidi”
Sivills Powell Holton Alford; and her brother Ruel Jean Alford Jr. in Virginia
Her lineage: Alice Fay 1941 FL1, Ruel
Jerusha 1907 FL2, Daniel Webster 1874 FL3, Wiley Walton
1811 GA4, Cullen 1775 NC5, James 1741 NC/VA6, Lodwick
1710 VA7, James 1687 VA8, John 1645 VA9.