Re: 1883 Death
Alice Maude Russell
Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express
Friday 19 October 1945
Death of Mrs. Alice M. Stillman A Likeable and Highly Respected Resident. By the death of Mrs. Alice Maud Stillman on Sunday last Alexandra and district has lost a person with a likeable disposition and a kindly nature to all who knew her. A fitting description of the late Mrs. Stillman is to say she was of the best. Yes, a woman with never a harsh word for anyone has passed on. The late Mrs. Stillman had re sided in Alexandra practically all her life. During her younger days she was an interested member of the community in all movements that were for the progress-of Alex. andra. She was an ardent and en thusiastic member of the Alexandra Croquet Club, and up to a few months ago competed in matches at the green. The funeral todk place on Mon day last at the Alexandra cemetery after a service at St. Mary's R. C. Church. Rev. r. Sowersby conduc ted the services at the church and cemetery. The floral tributes were beautiful. Several being from or ganlsations of which the deceased had been interested In. The late Mrs. Stillman was a regular adherent of St. Mary's R. C. Church. The coffin'bearers were-Lieut. c Carl Stillman, F/Sgt. Lyn Stillman, Mr. Ray Weinberg,.Mr. Reg Sill- f man. The pall-bearers were Mr. t H. Weinberg, Mr. S. Rossean,t Mr. J. Eastwood, Mr. W. E. Still. man, Mr. E. Collis, Mr. F. John. son. "The late Mrs. Stillman was 81 [ years of age. Her husband, the late Mr. A. E. Stillman, prede ceased her in January, 19.11. The surviving members of the ( family are Allck, Norman, Brightie (Mrs. H.