Alice B. Seley
Date of Death: August 29, 2010
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Alice B. Seley, 87 Alice B. Seley, 87, of Lafayette, died at 7:05 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010, at Clarian Arnett Hospital. Born Sept. 5, 1922, in Ashton, Neb., she was the daughter of the late Louis and Hattie Grabowski Waskowiak. On July 3, 1942, she married Ivan E. “Gene” Seley in Grand Island Nebraska,…

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Hal & Lynn Youart left a message on September 2, 2010:
Dear Karen,Patricia,Joan,Sharon,Cindy and Randy,

We remember as neighbors on Sauk Place what a wonderful and sweet family your Mother and Gene always presented. Although,your Father died much earlier in your lives, your Mother has patiently waited to finally join him once again. I remember how Alice and Lynn would be forgivingly upset when Gene and I would disappear from the neighborhood for a quit nine holes of golf....

Please accept our warmest condolences at this time of saddness. Mothers are very special and your Mother was one of the most special.

Lynn & Hal Youart
Susie Boes left a message on September 2, 2010:
Hello,
I would like to extend my sympathy at the death of Alice. We became friends at St. Lawrence Church. Though I hadn&t seen or talked to Alice in quite some time, I continued to think of her. My time the past several years has been taken up a lot with my family and my parents who are 89 and 96. I am sorry that I was out of town and did not make it back in time for the visitation last night. I remember her as the special lady in pink. She always looked good in that color. I remember that her faith and church and family were very important to her, that and she welcomed me as her friend.
May God grant to her His Peace.
Sincerely,
Susie Boes
Tom & Joyce (Lonowski) Jacobsen left a message on September 1, 2010:
Dear Seley Family --- we were so sorry to hear about your mom
passing away. ....but joyful to know that she is joining so many loved
ones in heaven that have been waiting for her....they are
having a great time together. Our God is sooo good ! Wish we were
able to have been there in Lafayette to come along side you during this
tough time...just know you are in our prayers, and I have been thinking
of your family all week long since we got the news.
Love Joyce & Tom Jacobsen
Kimberly Rosebraugh Moore left a message on August 31, 2010:
I am so sorry for your loss. Alice was a sweet and wonderful lady. I remember going over to her house with Tracie when we were younger. I will always think of her fondly. Please know I will keep all of you in my prayers during this difficult time.

My Deepest Sympathy,
Kimberly Rosebraugh Moore
Beth (Lonowski) Jones left a message on August 31, 2010:
There are no words for the loss you must be feeling. A mother is a very special person and the times strike quickly and fiercly when least expected. I am so grateful to have had Aunt Alice in my life. I remember thinking it was so cool when she would come to visit that I got to snuggle with her before sleeping. She seemed just like Mom only cooler (because, of course, aunts can be that way when moms need to be moms!). I always thought she was so beautiful and had the most beautiful long fingers! My first flight as an adult was to visit Aunt Alice and Uncle Gene. To this day, I can&t really say what prompted it at that age...away from home, one of my first jobs, etc., but it was a special time.
Please know, dear cousins, that you will be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks and months. God&s grace is huge. It&s the thing that holds us up when we have no strength. It&s what helps us to go on after those we love have left us.
I think, too, about my mom and her two sisters, with their hubbies (of course, Aunt Elaine just has to wait a while!) hanging out together having a wonderful and carefree time together.
Aunt Alice was a wonderful woman who will always be with us through the memories left behind.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Karon Lawson left a message on August 31, 2010:
Sharen and Karen,

My deepest sympathies for the loss of your mother. She was a very sweet lady. I always enjoyed talking to her. I hope you remember who I am. I used to work at Arnett Clinic. May God&s blessings be with you and your families in your time of sorrow.

lyn ryan cummens left a message on August 31, 2010:
dear Seley girls and family,

we were so saddened to hear of aunt alice&s death sunday night. my dad, Dick Ryan and i are trying to work out details to attend. Aunt Alice was the sweetest aunt to us ryan kids. i remember visiting you all in iowa when our family had just moved from nebraska. your mom thought nothing of adding our family of 10 to her assembly line of lunch sandwiches that day. we were happy to join you all, too, for gene and alice&s 50th anniversary. they seemed so happy together. love you all. lyn
Delmer Lonowski left a message on August 31, 2010:
Dear Seleys,

I am sorry to hear about your Mom. I only wish that Mary and I could have made it to the service. Our families shared so very much over the years. Some of my fondest memories are with you guys.

Delmer and Mary
Kelli Smith Snowberger left a message on August 31, 2010:
Sharen/Bernie, Karen/Jim, Rob/Sarah, Monee/Linda:
Alice was an amazing lady and I fondly remember her twinkling eyes and bright smile...I am sorry for your loss.
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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