TIPTON

Alice H. Tipton, 93, of Rockwood, passed on January 22, 2018 at The Patriot. Born December 14, 1924 in Gray, she is a daughter of the late Charles and Rose (Jamrozik) Wigstrom. She is also preceded in death by her husband Jack Tipton; son Randy Tipton; brothers Henry, John, and Benjamin Burek, and Charles, Frederick, and Edward Wigstrom; and sisters Anna Bader, Blanche Semock, and Mary Vinosky. Alice is survived by her sons Jack Tipton and wife Kay of Harrisburg and Kurt Tipton and wife Sandra of Meyersdale; daughter-in-law Linda Tipton of Trafford; grandchildren Michael Rhoads and wife Heather, Jared Rhoads, Ty Scribner and wife Tamara, Eli Bungard, and Madison Bungard; 7 great-grandchildren; and sister Dorothy St. Clair of Friedens.

She is also survived by her lifelong family friend, Janet Brant of Rockwood. Alice was a retired Registered Nurse at Somerset Hospital and later, Rockwood Insurance. She was a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Rockwood. She enjoyed reading, gardening, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family, and was known for her good sense of humor. Friends will be received from noon until 2 PM Friday at Miller Funeral Home and Crematory, Rockwood, where a service will immediately follow at 2 PM, Pastor Doug Burns officiating. Interment at Jenner Crossroads Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be sent to Christ United Methodist Church at 627 Broadway St. Rockwood, PA 15557.

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2 Responses to TIPTON

  1. K. Griffin says:

    I am sending my condolences for your great loss. I know your precious memories will continue to give you peace to get through this difficult time. Our heavenly Father is thinking of you and is ready and able to give you comfort that only he can give through prayer (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) I hope your heart continues to heal from the loss of your dear loved one.

  2. Cheryl Tipton Perez says:

    Aunt Wig was love by me even though I only got to see her a few times. I loved her personality and wit. I was very young and looked up to her. She treated young people like they mattered had remember my them with her no matter how short.

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