Alice Wilcox


1:00 pm
Saturday, January 2, 2021
Restland Cemetery
13305 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas, United States

Obituary of Alice Wilcox

Alice Katherine Wilcox devoted wife and mother, grandmother and great grandmother was born Christmas Day, December 25, 1922 in Disco, Indiana to DW and Vera Ruth Lynch. Alice peacefully passed, of natural causes, from this world to be with her Lord and Savior, December 22, 2020 at 97 years of age. At the time of her death, she had been a 10+year resident of Methodist based C.C. Young Retirement Center in Dallas. The last four years were in their nursing facility unit with 18 months on hospice care. She loved her family and friends unconditionally and was a fabulous listener. Before her time with C.C. Young, she was an active member of Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCPC) participating in all activities including the Prayer Chain. She was an avid reader of all books about the life and teachings of Jesus, a member of the Southern Methodist University (SMU) ladies book club and a Birthday Girls Group. She is survived by her three children Daughters: Barbara Serrurier (Don) Pearland, Tx Sara Weber (Steven) Ft. Wayne, Indiana Son: Dr. Walter M. Wilcox Waco, Tx. Her grandchildren: Justin Lee Farmer’s Branch, Tx Douglas Ayers (Alex) Nashville, Tn, Daniel Ayers (Quincy) Sellersburg, Indiana, Eric Walter Ayers Dyer, Indiana, Christopher Wilcox Waco, Tx, Sister-in-law: Wanda Gibson Orlando, Florida, 4 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband of 47yrs, Dr Marion Walter Wilcox Professor Emeritus of SMU, her parents and all siblings. A graveside service will be at 1PM Saturday, January 2, 2021 at Restland Memorial Park with Reverend Ron Williams officiating. Honorary Pallbearers: Justin Lee, Douglas, Daniel and Eric Ayers, Christopher Wilcox, Walter M. Wilcox, Don Serrurier, Bill McInturf * For help getting to the graveside please click on the link to the map of Restland Cemetery on the left of the page (or on the drop down for mobile users)
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