Alice Sabin
Alice Sabin
Alice Sabin
Alice Sabin
Alice Sabin
Alice Sabin

Obituary of Alice E. Sabin

Alice (Smith) Sabin, age 89, passed away Tuesday (April 13, 2021) at the House of John with her family by her side. In keeping with Alice’s wishes, there will be no public calling hours. Friends are invited to attend a graveside service at Resthaven Cemetery on Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 at 11am. Social distancing must be observed and face coverings are required. It is requested that memorial donations be made to the House of John, 14 Spring Street, Clifton Springs, NY. Alice was born on February 18, 1932 in Phelps NY, the daughter of the late Raymond and Erma (Goodman) Smith. She retired from Garlock in Palmyra after 31 years of service. She was a lifetime member of the United Church of Phelps. She and husband Don were proud to be the first couple to be married by the Rev. Dayton in 1953. She and Don spent 33 years as snowbirds and thoroughly enjoyed their winters in Lakeland FL with their many friends. She volunteered at Clifton Springs Hospital and made a mission trip to West Virginia with her husband and daughter through the Geneva Presbytery. She was a member of the Phelps Community Historical Society and Royal Garoga Eastern Star. She enjoyed playing euchre, dominos, bunco and was the 4-time reigning champion of the Phelps Croquet Club. She enjoyed Monday lunch with the girls at the Blue Ribbon and was an avid reader. Alice is survived by her children Stephen (Christine) Sabin of Phelps, Linda (Mark) Leight of Phelps, John (Mickey) Sabin of Ormond Beach, Florida; her sister Delores (Paul) Potter; sister-in-law, Barbara Gillespie; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Alice was predeceased by her husband, Donald Sabin and brother, Harold Smith.
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Graveside Service

11:00 am - 11:30 am
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Resthaven Cemetery
Resthaven Drive
Phelps, New York, United States
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