ALICE J. DEMPSEY (nee Malinosky). Age 88. Beloved wife of the late Francis J. “Frank”. Dearest mother of James (Julie), Kathleen Fitzgerald, Christine Borgman, Eileen Isaacs (Brian) and adopted daughters Colleen and Olga. Loving grandmother of Allen, Matthew, Janel and great grandmother of Timothy. Dear sister of the late Marie Scheiman (Albert dec.). Dear aunt, cousin, and friend to many.
VISITATION THURS. 11/5 FROM 3-7 AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME. FUNERAL MASS FRI. 10AM AT ST. BRIDGET OF KILDARE PARISH. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com.
Messages of Condolence
It feels like we have lost the light and heart of our family. Alice was loving, giving and fun. When I was a young girl, I wanted to grow up to be Alice. The love of God is with us.
Your cousin, Sandy
Our theater group will miss your cheerfulness and wealth of theatrical knowledge, Alice. Rest in heavenly peace.
What a joyful lady! I will remember Alice with fond memories of her piano teaching. She did everything with class. May she rest in heavenly peace.
Heaven just gained a beautiful soul. We will always remember Alice’s kindness and hospitality. Alice was a wonderful lady and she will be missed. Rest in peace. Condolences to her family. All our love Jeff, Karen, and Kelsey
My thoughts and prayer are with you during this time. Heaven has gained another angel, a beautiful soul.
My life is enriched by my dear cousin. I will miss her greatly but am glad Jesus took her hand and guided her home. I have such wonderful memories of our times together. My prayers are with you.
Alice was truly a wonderful person, always happy, always so positive, and so full of song, music and joy! I am grateful for the many happy childhood memories of spending time at the Dempsey house for many home cooked dinners and outdoor pool parties and other fun family events! Alice and Frank, along with their family, truly enriched my life and many other peoples lives with their very genuine, generous and loving souls. Rest in peace Alice and thank you for always being the extremely wonderful person that you were throughout your life. I’m sure that all the positive and good energy that you created has helped change the Universe for the betterment of all.
Your Sweet Memory will on forever in many hearts.
I am sorry to hear this news, Alice was always kind and understanding. Her family, also my friends have our condolences. I’m sorry I missed seeing you yesterday, hopefully we’ll be able to get together soon. We need to.
Alice’s music, singing and smile always reminded me of the Robert Louis Stevenson quote – “Gentleness and cheerfulness are the perfect moral duties. They come before all others”.
Alice was the epitome of gentleness and cheerfulness. We need more of that. She will be missed.
My thoughts & prayers are with Alice & her family. I will always remember her cheerful smiles walking around St. Bridget parties with her accordion. She will be missed.
Larry and Elaine Myers just learned of Alice’s recent passing. She will be missed. So many of us enjoyed her talents on the keyboard at Kiwanis events over the years.
I’m sorry for the sad news. Alice was always there to help Kiwanis
with her music. I got to know her best when I was Lt. Governor.
She and her key board always ready to serve. I’m glad to be able to say she was my friend. God Bless her. Len