- 89 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 26, 1925
- Place of birth:
Kings Valley, Oregon, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 28, 2014
- Place of passing:
Silverton, Oregon, United States
|Let the memory of Alice be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Alice Spinney (Oleman), 89. We will remember her forever! She went home to be with our Lord and her wonderful husband Donald Edward Spinney (1924 - 2010) on March 28, 2014. Born on January 26, 1925 to John “Jack” E. Oleman (1882 - 1945) and Ida May (Tice) Bowersox (1899 - 1998) in Kings Valley, Oregon.
Alice grew up in Kings Valley, Oregon where she graduated from Kings Valley High School. On June 7, 1943 in Coquille she married Donald Spinney. This union created five beautiful children Sandra Kay Briley of Springfiend, Janice Illene Bebout of Eugene, Wanda May Hulbert of Leaburg, Donald Edward Spinney Jr of Gervais, and Vicki Lynn Johnson of Gervais. She enjoyed gardening and camping with her family.
She was preceded in death by her parents, five siblings, her beloved husband and two son-in-laws, Carroll Loren Briley and Donald Lee Bebout and her great grandson Cody Michael Briley.
She is survived by one brother Norman & his wife Irene Oleman; 5 children: Sandra Briley, Janice Bebout, Wanda Hulbert and her husband Marshall, Donald Spinney, Jr, and Vicki Johnson and her husband Mike; 12 Grandchildren – Michael Briley and his wife Eärendil Biskup, Jeff and his wife Sharena Briley, Doug and his wife Emily Briley, Ted and his wife Rita Chavarria, Lester and his wife Michelle Hutcheson, Marshall Neal and his wife Michelle Hulbert, Jennifer and her husband Shawn Erickson, John Sovie, Stephanie and her husband Brian Susee, April Spinney, Michael Johnson, and Joey Johnson; 25 Great Grandchildren - Everett and Maddy Smith, Raven Biskup; Abby, Libby, and Tennessee Briley; Dalton and Ariel Briley; Steven Martin, Brandon and Haley Burgess; Carmen Hoover, Ashley, Zachary, Isabella, Elijah, and Jacob Hutcheson; Alexander and Michael Hulbert, and Ashley Naranjo; Korbyn and Nickolas Erickson; Tyler Susee; Ashley Spinney-Harris and Madison Spinney-Noonan.
Visitation will be held April 2 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Simon-Cornwell Colonial Chapel 390 N 2nd St Woodburn, OR. Funeral services will be held, Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 11 am, at Simon-Cornwell Colonial Chapel with an interment at Kings Valley Cemetery at 3 p.m.
"Yesterday marked 1 year since you left us...we all love and miss you."
"Miss you every day grandma love you"
"i love you grandma"
"I lay a flower for a lovely lady who raised one of my favorite people, Vicki. Alice's children are testament to the warm, welcoming person she was. She radiated warmth and motherliness. Whether she had know you for decades or just met you, she always left you feeling like you were family. She had a sweet sense of humor and a great belief in her Lord. My thoughts are with you Alice and the rest of the Spinney family."
"I was 13 when I met Vicki and then Alice, Don and the rest of the family.... they invited me to birthdays, anniversaries, and going away parties... basically I had been "adopted" by them. Alice was warm-hearted, funny, loving, and a wonderful Christian influence on many. . I was even invited to go the beach with the whole family. She was like a second-mom to me and will be truly missed by all who knew her. My love, sympathies, and prayer to her family."
"Alice, when I met you, you welcomed me with open arms being a friend of your Daughter Vicki. For several years you had me to your home, had me for dinner and even at a birthday party or two, as if I was part of the family. I remember the trip to the coast too, staying in the motel room with your whole family. Those where great times. You are and were a beautiful lady.. Giving, loving, and passionate to all. You well never be forgotten in my heart and your family and friends hearts. May you be at peace now up in heaven with your loving husband... God Bless"
"I WAS LUCKY TO HAVE SUCH A WONDERFUL GRANDMA , AND AS THE FIRST OF HER MANY GRANDCHILDREN IT MAKES IT SO HARD FOR ME TO SEE HER GO , BUT THE LORD HAS A PLAN FOR EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US , ONE I PERSONALLY FEEL SHE HAD COMPLETED IN THIS LIFE ON HER WAY TO THE LORDS SIDE ,SHE CAN NOW BE WITH THE MAN SHE LOVED FOR SO MANY YEARS THAT WENT AHEAD OF HER SO WHEN SHE ARRIVED SHE WOULD NOT BE ALONE , AND I KNOW BEYOND A SHADOW OF A DOUBT SHE WILL BE THERE TO WELCOME ALL OF US WHEN THE GOOD LORD CALLS ON US. GRANDMA I LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH AND WILL MISS YOU FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE , SO REST IN PEACE GRANDMA . LOVE YOU YOUR GRANDSON TED . TILL WE SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN, GOOD BYE FOR NOW"
"I already miss you dearly Alice and Don too. Alice was my 2nd mom since I was 6 years old. I spent many summers and holidays at her house with Vicki growing up. Never an unkind word and just a wonderful woman. Now an angel in heaven. I love you sweet lady!"
"Mom, I miss you so. We are a strong family and will be here for each other. God has you now, and I know you are at peace. you will be forever in my heart. Until we meet again....."
"I love you Grandma and I will miss you very much."
"Alice Spinney was a wonderful woman. She accepted me and my children into the family like we were just other grandchildren. I loved to listen to her talk about stories of her husband and days of long ago. She was a strong spiritual woman that went home to be with her loving husband and the Lord above. My heart hurts because I didn't get enough time. You will be greatly miss. God Be with you!"
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