Alice Arlene (Jetter) Bailey

Alice Arlene (Jetter) Bailey

09.29.1933 – 12.11.2023

She was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Kendall; granddaughter, Jennifer Barnett.

Alice is survived by her sons, Albert (Pam), Fredrick (Christy); daughter, Ann; 10 Beloved grandchildren: Jon (Molly), Kendall (Ruth), Allison (Chris), Jessica (Brian), Josh, Deanna, Nathan, Angela, Bryan and Alicia; 10 great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Cindi (Craig); son-in-law, Mike  Barnett (Trish); niece, Leigh Bailey; long-time family friends, Roberta and Ron.

Visitation: Friday, December, 15, 2023, 12:00 noon, West Center Chapel. Funeral Service: to follow at 1:00 p.m. Interment: Westlawn-Hillcrest Memorial Park, 5701 Center St., preceding the Funeral.




  • Mike and Trish Barnett Posted December 13, 2023 5:50 pm

    You have our condolences Alice was a great lady and I we will miss her terribly she always loved every moment with everyone she met . R.I.P. sweet lady

  • Ann C Bailey Posted December 13, 2023 7:52 pm

    Mom i love you! You will be missed so much by so many people. And your way of looking at life is the most impressive part of you. Your beauty is out of this world, and how you could take a somber day and find a blooming flower in it. Or even the bluest sky on a rainy day. Always finding the beauty in everything. You made everyone feel loved and special. I can only hope and pray that your way of life is passed along the generations of all of our families. I hope you are at peace now with your husband Kendall (dad) 💕 Until we meet again! Love your daughter ❤️ Ann

    • Angela Bickford Posted December 14, 2023 9:02 pm

      Granny was beyond lucky to have such an amazing daughter.. thank you for taking such good care of her.. love you!

      • Ann Posted December 15, 2023 9:41 pm

        Thank you Angela. Your so right. Having mom live her life the way she wanted. Taking her last breath in the home she was so comfortable in and surrounded by so many people who loved and cherished her was not only a blessing to her but also a blessing to us. To give her what she really wanted is what we wanted to do for her. Even though it might have seemed like a sacrifice it wasn’t. It was the best gift you could ever give to her. And it made us so happy that we could. We love you and your grandma loved you ❤️

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