ALICE J. MULLEN
Norfolk – Alice J. Mullen, 37, passed away November 14, 2001, in Norfolk. A lifelong resident of Norfolk, Alice graduated from the Special Education Program at Jaycox, served as a candy striper at Lake Taylor City Hospital and was employed with the Louise Eggleston Center for many years. A huge sports fan and a member of the Virginia Special Olympics for over 30 years, Alice was the recipient of numerous awards and medals.
She is predeceased by her father, A. W. ”Pete” Mullen; her mother, Maxine; sister, Janet and brother, C. A.
She is survived by her sisters: Judy Mullen of Va. Beach and Terry Fitzpatrick of Norfolk; a brother, Mike Mullen of Va. Beach and a host of nieces and nephews. Alice also leaves behind many special friends and hearts that she touched.
Services will be held on Saturday, 11/17/01, at 1:00 PM at Baylake United Methodist Church 4300 Shore Dr., Va. Beach. Interment will be private at Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please send a donation in her name to Area 2 Norfolk Special Olympics, c/o Carol Raeburn, 7925 Ardmore Rd., Norfolk, VA 23518-3811. Altmeyer Funeral Home, Va. Beach, is handling arrangements.
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Alice Love hey coach-
Just of few words that remind me of you.
Play Basketball…Go Bowling…Watch Redskins…Michael Jordon…Doritos…Special Olympics…medals…gold-silver-bronze-ribbons so many of them…the keys around your neck… Santa Clause..The Easter Bunny…parades…Dr. Pepper…Call me…See you friday night…Lightning…TVGuide…Mr.Kitty…Buffy…Alice Jane the birdie…popcorn…peanuts…cheese puffs…McDonald’s then…Burger King now…Dr. Pepper Always…To know you is to love you.we will always love you, miss you and think of you. May you Rest in Peace. Love Tina, Pat,Cora & Savannah
Alice LOve WE MISS YOU!!!
Alice Mullen was a beautiful person and she will be a part of me for the rest of my life. I always called her KNUCKLE HEAD and she come back with PEANUT BUTTER Ha! Ha! Ha! I could go on and on about the small that would make her laugh. The best thing about all of this is that she is in good hands know. Think about the good times that you experianced with her.I love you Alice.
Alice was our friends. We will miss her smile, hugs, and tickles. To Terry and family we offer our deepest sympathy. See you at the Church. Ronnie and Tex
Alice Was Very Good Friend And A Very Sweet Person To Work With. My Prayers Are With You And Your Family
Dear Mike and Linda, Our thoughts are with you and your family in this difficult time. If there is anything we can do for you, please let us know. Duane, Susan, and Shannon Phillips
Dear Mike and Linda: All of us wish to express our sympathy to you. We are very sorry for your loss. If there is anything we can do for you, let us know. We wish we could be with you. Love, Kevin, Sue, Josh & Rachel
Dear Terry and Family:
I learned of the sudden death of your beloved sister Alice, and want you to know how deeply I feel for you in your sorrow. Please know my prayers are with her and my heartfet sympathy is sent to you and all your family.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you…I am sorry that I could not be there this weekend. If there is anything that I can do, please let me know. May God richly bless you and comfort you in these times.
2 Corinthians 1: 3-4
Our hearts go out to you today. You are a close family and you were the strength that Alice needed. God will bless you for the wonderful way you stayed together and helped Alice and each other. You are very spedcial and we are glad to know and love you as part of our family.
With lots of love,
Terry and Rose Kirsch
Our prayers and thoughts are with Alices’ family.We will miss her,especially at special olympics bowling.Her enthusiasm and joy when she got a good score will make us smile whenever we think of her.We know that Heaven is a place of happiness and joy-so she is still probably bowling with the angels.
I was shocked to read in today’s paper about Alice’s passing. She was such a dear person and we all will miss her around the Royal Mace.
Terry, if you need anything, please contact me at home or at the restaurant. Please let me help and I will keep you in my prayers. I’m sorry that I will to teaching tomorrow at ITW/Southland from 8AM to 5PM so will be unable to attend the memorial service. Please know that I care.
I’m sorry I can’t be there for you but you are in my thoughts and my prayers.
Your other family
There are no words that can adequately ease your grief and sorrow at this
time, but I wanted to let you know how deeply Alice also touched the lives
As a resident at Royal Mace, Alice and I got to be “friends”. No matter how
bad a day I had at work or what turmoil may have been going on in my
personal life, as soon as I’d walk into the lobby she would run out to meet
me, with that infectious smile, and give me a hug and wouldn’t let go. That
smile and hug could erase all of the bad things in my day and bring sunshine
back into my life.
Her loss has deeply affected me and walking into the lobby now is very
difficult knowing she’ll no longer greet me. I can only imagine the
emptiness she has left in your family, if her loss has left such a hole in
She may be gone physically, but she will live forever in my thoughts,
memories, and in my heart.
Please let me know if I can do anything at all to help you through this
This has sadden me to hear
your loss of Alice. I have
many fond memories of her
at Thanksgiving dinners with
her family. My prayers are with you.
Love Georgia Greggs
We love you guys and we are always here if you need us. You are all in our thoughts.