Alice M. Shea

1948 ∼ 2020

Bonnie Dutton of North Reading, MA wrote:

I will miss you so much Alice. Although we didn’t see much of each other in recent years I always thought of you as one of my closest friends from our high school days. You and your family were so kind to me treating me as one of their own. Rest easy Alice. I will see you again! Bonnie Dutton

Paul & Darlene Shea of East Dennis, MA wrote:

We are very sad to hear of Aunt Alice’s passing. Love, hugs and prayers to all. Paul & Darlene

Danielle DeOrio of Sarasota Fl wrote:

Alice will be missed for sure. My heart breaks for her family. I was lucky enough to be called “Alice” growing up. Thankfully I was able to spend some time with her last year in Florida. Sending love and prayers to all! With love, Danielle

Paula Shea Perry of Mashpee , MA wrote:

To My Ma and best friend, I am so grateful for the relationship we had. Always able to talk about anything and everything. You helped me to become the person I am ... I will forever love and cherish you. I am blessed and grateful that you are my mom. I will never be able to fill your shoes, but will always love our family and show them the devotion , direction and love you have shown me. May you Rest In Peace my beautiful mother.. xoxoxo

Dorian Shea of New Bedford wrote:

Mimi I love you so so much thanks for all the unconditional love over these last 25 years. You were so important to me and meant so much. I miss you so much but I know your looking down on all of us and smiling! I’m going to miss going our little adventures together and getting into our laughing fits like we used to. You were the best grandmother a grandson could ask for and I thank god for the times we’ve shared together. Just know I will carry you in my heart and I will let your future great grandchildren how special you were to me. I promise to always keep your memory alive. Rest in the sweetest peace Mimi the Queen!

Steffanie Sinclair of North Reading, MA wrote:

My sincerest condolences to the entire family.

Jim, Michele, Emily & Ally Shea of Franklin, MA wrote:

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Aunt Alice. She was a special person who always lit up the room at our family get-togethers. She was loved by everyone that knew her and will be deeply missed. Sending prayers and thoughts to you and your families.

Judy Wentzell of Plymouth MA wrote:

My heart and condolences go out to Keven, Paula, Kelli , Keven and grandchildren. I just spoke with Alice through text messages. I never knew she was I’ll. We were neighbors and friends and many fun and fond memories! Much love, Judy, Kelly, Stephan and Christopher

Wade & Mary Page of No Chelmsford, MA 01863 wrote:

We will miss her deeply but our memories of her will never fade. Our deepest sympathy to the family.❤ Wade & Mary

Karen S Enos of Marstons Mills wrote:

Alice....My Best Friend Forever....You came into my life 42 years ago and it was like a breath of fresh air....So many special memories of our Families growing up with each other and the activities we shared. We were like Sisters and enjoyed each others company from the very beginning. I will forever miss you and keep you in my Heart.....Love ...Karen

Candace Roper of Arlington, MA and Singapore wrote:

My memories of my cousin Alice go back to the earliest days of my childhood, when she would often babysit me. I remember looking forward to having her take care of me because she was such a kind-hearted person and always made those evenings fun for me. My condolences go out to Kevin and the entire family. I will keep Alice in my prayers.

Paula Salt of Hyannis, Ma wrote:

Alice was A wonderful person, we had lots of great times back in the day, Rest in peace my friend till we meet again.

TOM FICCA of NORTH SMITHFIELD , R.I. wrote:

So sorry for your loss.

Paul Seferian of Medway Ma. wrote:

So sorry for your loss,condolences to the entire family.

Vicki Brooks of Dexter Maine wrote:

I will always remember our overnights at Whitehall Estates. And of course our Pats vs Bears battles. I will miss her incredible sense of humor and will remember her most for her deep love and commitment to her family. Rest In Peace my friend, and where ever you are keep givin’ em hell.

Karen and Charlie Bennett of Ocala, FL 34481 wrote:

Our hearts are breaking from this news. Her sense of humor,love of life and her family made her the special person who holds a treasured place in our hearts. Alice was the first friend I had when we moved to the Cape. We worked together,played together,laughed and cried together.Thank God that we will always have the memories of our families growing up and celebrating together. May God grant you the peace of knowing how much she was loved by every one who was blessed to know her.

Karen Maresca Connollu of Woburn MA wrote:

To Alice my sister. My heart is hurting now I miss you. It seems like we did not have enough time together. I know you are watching over the whole family know but our hearts are breaking we miss you,. Love you