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Alice E DeGraff

November 3, 1936 - February 12, 2019

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Posted by:
Dina Pickens

Posted on:
February 28, 2019

Tom and Alice were my clients when I sold their house. I remember how gracefully she handled any problems that came up without complaining. The closeness of their family tells us a lot about how the lived their lives and raised their kids. Sorry to hear she is not with us anymore, always sad to lose someone you k now. I wish all my clients were like her:)

Posted by:
Marilou Morada-Kenyon

Posted on:
February 27, 2019

To Lynn and family, Our deepest condolence to you all. Sounds like she was such a lovely, kind woman who lived a very full, adventurous and fun life. Her memories will live on. ] Hope to see you soon. Love, Casey and Marilou

Posted by:
Sue Werner

Posted on:
February 25, 2019

I will remember Alice's sharp wit. She often left me laughing with her humor. I'll remember her determination in finishing projects. I'll miss her.

Posted by:
Sheila Vitulli

Posted on:
February 25, 2019

I had just spoke with Alice after and during her stay in the hospital for the CHF. I know she was not happy with the water retention but then we talked quilting and dear friends we miss in Hawaii. We both loved and missed our Hawaii quilters. Alice taught me so much. We also laughed a lot. When ever Tom and Alice came over to Spokane we would go out to lunch and talk story. So many great memories and I will cherish them until we meet again. Thank you Alice for being my friend. I love you.

Posted by:
Diane Farrar

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

Alice was a dear friend. We spent many Thursdays together at Ka Lae Quilters, and she was always one of my roommates at our quilting retreats. She always brought a night light to retreat. She was like a 2nd mother to a lot of us, she called us "you girls". I know everyone in our little group has special memories of her. We have missed her since she moved to the mainland. Now we will miss her forever. Aloha nui loa, Alice

Posted by:
Marianne Bathke

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

I could always count on a smile and a hug from Alice at quilting on Thursdays. She was a friend, a teacher and our Hawaiian Mother and we all loved her. Thank you Alice for being a part of my life.

Posted by:
Marianne Bathke

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

I could always count on a smile and a hug from Alice at quilting on Thursdays. She was a friend, a teacher and our Hawaiian Mother and we all loved her. Thank you Alice for being a part of my life.

Posted by:
Marilyn Wallace

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

I knew Alice when I lived in Ocean View, HI. I left in 2007, but I continued to visit every other year. Alice was a very friendly and knowledgeable person. She was always there when I had a question on any subject. Her quilts were beautiful. She will be missed by me and everyone who knew her.

Posted by:
Donna Masaniai

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

Alice was my dear friend and it was a real honor to know her. We loved to visit every Thursday at quilting and to work on quilt projects. Her passion for quilting was inspiring. I was able to visit her in Washington a few times since she moved there and she loved going to the quilt shops with me. Getting to surprise her for her anniversary was so special too. I really will miss her. My love to her family.

Posted by:
Donna Masaniai

Posted on:
February 24, 2019

Alice was my dear friend and it was a real honor to know her. We loved to visit every Thursday at quilting and to work on quilt projects. Her passion for quilting was inspiring. I was able to visit her in Washington a few times since she moved there and she loved going to the quilt shops with me. Getting to surprise her for her anniversary was so special too. I really will miss her. My love to her family.