Alice May Wilson-Smith

Sep 27, 1926 - Oct 21, 2020

age 94, passed away Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 at St Vincent Hospital in Green Bay.  She was the 3rd born out of 16 children. Alice’s talents were many, she was a restaurant owner and operator, short order cook, owner and operator of a successful cleaning business, a beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother. Alice enjoyed her family reunion Birthday parties, going to the casino, watching wheel of fortune and eating sweets!

Alice is preceded in death by her parents, Harvey and Henrietta Bright, in laws Clifford and Alice Wilson, 13 siblings, 2 daughters- Diane Wilson and Susan Wilson Sander, 2 grandchildren- Donald Bonnell and Wendy Worth.

Alice is survived by her sister Doris of Indiana, sister Bonnie of Appleton, 11 children:  Gloria Kopp of Middle Inlet, Jayne Leon of Kaukauna, Barbara Schmitz of Fond Du Lac, Peggy (Tim) Witter of Green Bay, Gary Wilson (Kim) of Wautoma, Randy Wilson of Oshkosh, Ronald Wilson of Fond Du Lac, Kendall (Kelly) Wilson of Oshkosh, Jeff (Lori) Wilson of Van Dyne, Pamela Wiedemeier of Crivitz and David (Jennifer) Smith of Fond Du Lac. Multiple grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren.

A private family showing will be held Saturday Oct 24th 2020 from 3-4pm with a short service following at Roubal Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers or monetary donations the family requests donations be made to Unity Hospice or the Alzheimer’s Association in Memory of Alice Smith.

The family would like to give a special thank you to St Vincent Hospital staff and Unity Hospice for the wonderful care you provided. The family would also like to thank Amanda and Nickolas Schmitt for the special care they provided.

Roubal Funeral Home, 513 1st Street, Wausaukee, WI 54177 is assisting Alice’s family.

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Cassey Delie

You will be missed dearly! Love you ❤ -Cass and Mike

Velvet Henrichs

Grandma Smith was a very special lady. Some things I remember as a kid visiting her were the giant saltine crackers she always had. She would butter them and give them to us as a snack. She would give Pam and I money to go see Lassie movies and she always had a great selection of Ripon Good Cookies in her closet. Her house was always neat and clean. She seemed to love company and always had a poodle laying on her lap.

Peggy Witter

Lori VandenBloomer

So sorry for your loss

Gloria Faye Kopp

Mom, I have very fond memories of you. I love you, and will see you soon in the new system Jehovah and his son Jesus will bring about. That will be the real life. Never to die again. What a wonderful God . You are sleeping now, and not in pain. That makes me very thankful. From your daughter Gloria

Michelle Lynn leon

I love you grandma you will be missed soooo much . Thinking of you always

Dena Taraska

Gram I will miss you . Thank you for all the love you gave me! I love you