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Alice Katherine Skipper

07/24/1927 - 03/24/2020

Alice K. Skipper, age 92, died March 24, 2020 at Edgewood Vista in Virginia. She previously lived in Parkville. She will be inurned at Arlington National Cemetery and a memorial celebration will be done at a future date. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home in Virginia. To sign the online guest book or to send condolences, please visit www.rangefunerahomes.com.

She was born in Raymond Minnesota on July 24, 1927 to Alvin and Elizabeth Enzenauer. She married Cmdr. James C Skipper on August 8, 1948 and they lived in several states as he traveled with his career. She was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother.

We send a special thank you to the staff at Edgewood Vista for the wonderful care they provided and to Andrea and the staff of Essentia Health Hospice.

She was preceded in death by her husband James and her brothers Walter and Reuben Enzenauer.

She is survived by her son James (Angelyn) Skipper, and daughters Barbara (Allen) Nelson and Dr. Susan (Dale) Johnson. She has several loving grandchildren: Matthew Vuicich, Jamie Skipper, Michael (Rebecca) Skipper, Heather Nelson and fiancé Derrick Morehead, Travis Johnson and partner Zach Borden, Taylor Johnson and fiancé Daniel Thurner. Great grandchildren Grace and Wyatt Vuicich, Kayleigh and Hayden Skipper and Afton Alyce Morehead.

4 thoughts on “Alice Katherine Skipper”

  1. Ellen Taube says:

    Sorry to hear of Alice’s death. She was a gentle soul as I came to know her in visiting her at Edgewood. May God’s love be your strength.
    (former pastor at Messiah, Ellen Taube)

  2. Lonny & Rochelle says:

    Very sorry for your loss James and Angie.Hope to see you this summer.

  3. Marianne Nanti says:

    To th Alice Skipper Family, my condolences in the passing of your mother most recently. I had stopped at Edgewood and most often stop in to visit with her. She always lit up when I would come to visit. The last time I was at Edgewood she was sound asleep so I decided not to wake her that was just before the lockdown. I always enjoyed visiting with your mother and sharing some coffee with her.Take care and God bless. Marianne Nanti

  4. Lois Ziehl Schulstad says:

    Susan, Travis, and family, I was so sorry to learn of Alice, your beloved mother and grandmother’s death. My deepest sympathies to you. Take care and God bless you. Lois Ziehl Schulstad

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