Alice I. Springer


Alice I. Springer 78, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family on Monday, May 25, 2020. She was born in Mechanicville, NY on September 25, 1941, to Harold and Helen (Stockwell) Horn.

Alice was a bus driver for Galway Central School for 20 years. She previously worked at Chuck’s Store in Galway and Rickett’s in Ballston Spa. Alice enjoyed bowling, dancing and traveling with her family. She was a volunteer and coach for the Special Olympics.

She was predeceased by her parents and her brother Richard Horn. Alice is survived by her husband Donald and their children Donald Springer (Tina) of Loris, SC, Betty Edwards (Jeff) of Ellenboro, NC, and Vicki Springer of Greenfield; grandchildren Danielle Springer, Heather Robinson, Jason Springer (Leeza), Jeffrey Edwards (Megan) and Jacob Edwards (Angela); brother Harold Horn; twelve great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in memory of Alice may be made to Community Hospice of Saratoga, 179 Lawrence Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

Guest Book

Providence Baptist Church

We are thankful for the times of fellowship we shared with Alice and her family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.

"Memories are photographs taken with the heart." (Mark Gerth)

In the love of Christ,
Your church family at Providence Baptist Church

The Tretiak's

We were very sorry to hear of Alice's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time.

Doris, David, & Sheila Tretiak

Judy and Tim Horigan

Our sympathies to you and your family.

Butch and Randie Boerenko

Very sorry for your loss. Prayers to the whole family in this difficult time

Carol and Dave Farrar

Our condolence to you Don and all your family. I am sure she will be missed by all.

Lorraine Porter

The passing of a friend and relative is always sad. We can be thankful for the good memories, and let them fill us with joy that we could participate in them.

Earl & Carolyn Strang

Don, Carolyn and I are very sorry to hear about the passing of your wife Alice. Alice was a good lady. She was a caring person to all especially when it came to her family and friends.
She reminded me of my own mother, always taking care of her kids and husband.
Don Jr., Tina, and Betty and Jeff, I know you all were very good to mom, she loved all of you very much.
Please stay in touch, I will always remember the all the goods times we had together along with John and Patty.
Don Senior, sorry I had to teach you and John how to catch fish!

The Strangs'

Judy Aldrich

To an old school friend I've had the honor of knowing you in school and later years. I'll remember the fun we had line dancing with the girls and sitting at Chucks talking about old school friends and your family and of course getting together on Saturday dancing.
Rest in peace you'll be in my memories.

Jim Vroman Sr.

My condolences to the family.

Mr and Mrs Jason Houghton

We are saddened to hear of this departure of a lovely angel. Our family sends their deepest condolences and prayers for Don and his family.

Don and Doreen Clemens

We extend our sympathies to Alice's family. We have so many nice memories of visiting with Alice at the many extended family events and get-togethers over the years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Luana

Don and whole family sorry for the loss of Alice.Thoughts are with all of you!

Marlene Beaton

Wonderful lady
RIP

Sharon Cornell Deyette

One of my Dad's favorite bus drivers. A lovely woman.

Don, Kurt, Frank Johnston

Don,
You have our condolences. Our Ann passed in 2017; we know your pain.
All the Best,
Don

Sharon Thomas and Stanley

My heart breaks for you. Alice was a ray of sunshine.
Such a beautiful life, well done Alice.
God Bless you all

Karen Sherman

So sorry to hear about Alice. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Always remember the good times

Pam Denney(Ainsworth)

Our deepest condolences. Betty and Jeff our thoughts and prayers are with you both during this difficult time. Betty your mom was a wonderful person and will never be forgotten. She is an angel now and will watch over you and your family. ❤️

Debbie Springer/Sams

Alice was one sweet lady. I'm glad that we got to know her over the past few years!

Dan & Ann Szabo

Rest In Peace Alice and our prayers are with the family.

Mark Ross

So sorry for your loss.

Paul and Pat Parsley

In life we have many acquaintances and a handful of true friends. Alice was one of those true friends. We are grateful for the 40 plus years of friendship and the countless happy times we shared. Above all, family was the most important to Alice and that lives on in her children and grandchildren. We are thankful that she is at peace and we will remember the good times and quality of life she brought to so many others. We extend our deepest sympathy to Alice's family and to all those who had to say good-bye to an extremely special person.

Bill Lesniewski

To the Friends and Family of Alice:
So Sorry & Sad to hear of her passing...
I Remember fondly of High School lunches at Chucks with an always Smiling ALICE taking my order!!
What a Sweetheart!!!....She will be Missed by Many!..God Bless & Rest in Peace!..

Teresa and Ron Klementowski

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers go out to you Don and your family.

Bob and Barb Woodruff

We love and miss you our beloved friend and sister in the Lord till we meet again❤️✝️

Burton Reynolds Jr

She was a fantastic person she is already missed by those of us who knew her

Bonnie & Earl Edwards

We are so sorry for the loss of Alice. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers in the coming days and weeks. Our deepest sympathy.
Bonnie & Earl

John and Shirley White

To the Springer family,
We are truly sorry for your loss of a wife, mother, and nana! She was a fun loving person. I remember joining a bowling league with her and we rode together. Fun!! My kids and I spent time with her at the pool. Served her many times at Chuck's. She was always fun to talk with.
Hugs from John and Shirley