The past two years she resided in Gig Harbor at her stepdaughters home. She is predeceased by her first husband, Clarence (Dode) Christenson, and recently by her second husband, Harold M. Street. Alice is survived by her son, William (Bill) Christenson, and his son, Christian, a stepson, Ron M. Street, of Toledo, and a stepdaughter, Jody I. van’t Hoff, of Gig Harbor.
She is survived by her brothers, Jim (Helen) Palmer, and Ted (Betty) Palmer, both of Oliver, B.C., Canada. A sister, Wilma (Murrey) Jackett, predeceased her.
Alice worked hard all her life, cooking in logging camps and restaurants along the way, caring for those she loved, and always cleaning. The coffee pot was always on and ready for visitors. Pie, cake, cookies, or some other sweet treat was always on hand. That is why we have chosen to have a
“Coffee and Cake Social” in Memory of Alice on Sunday, March 10, at around 2 p.m. at the Fort Borst State Park in Centralia for a gathering of friends and family to visit and reminisce. Alice will be interned at Tahoma Veterans Cemetery in Covington, Wash., with her husband Harold. She is deeply loved and will be greatly missed.