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Alice Paviol Stine, 85, of Carlisle, passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2010, in the Golden Living Center - Blue Ridge Mountain in Harrisburg. She was born on Thursday, February 12, 1925, in Latimore Twp., Adams County, a daughter of the late Maurice A. and Alice E. (Wolfe) Paviol and the widow of John Marlin Stine, who died Oct. 11, 1996.

Alice graduated from Carlisle High School and also attended Shippensburg University. She and her late husband formerly owned and operated a farm in North Middleton Twp. for many years. She also worked as a secretary for Industries Limited and retired from the Borough of Carlisle as Borough Secretary. Alice also received certification as a Red Cross Nurse’s Aid. She was a life member of Carlisle First Church of God, American Business Women’s Association, Farm Women’s Group #9 and a charter member of the Carlisle Art Association.

She is survived by her two loving and devoted daughters; Elizabeth B. Garman of Carlisle and Linda M. Bennett of Quaker Hill, CT, three grandchildren; Celice Horn, Stacy Mayberry and Dean Lehman, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Private graveside services will be held in Ashland Cemetery, Carlisle, with Rev. D. Alan Mathna officiating. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Golden Living Center - Blue Ridge Mountain, Activity Department, 3625 N. Progress Ave., Harrisburg, PA 17110.

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Dear Linda:  I am sorry to hear of your mother's passing.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Linda & Ted Watson
Betsy, Linda and Families,
The people we love live on in our hearts. When a Mother dies, there is a special place in our heart that feels so empty...But we realize, as time passes, that people have a way of teaching us about loving, about loyalty, joy, and friendship..And whatever you shared in their presence can never really be lost.  Thinking of you all at this  difficult time.

Love Ya, Judy and Don Baker
The Family,
We were saddened to hear of your loss of your Mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. May God grant you His peace and consolation.
Love, Dottie, Mary, Marty, and Dotty

Dorothy Stringfellow and daughters, Mary, Martha, and Dotty

We are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers

Lisa, Berman and boys

Our deepest sympathy in the passing of Alice.  Ken and I enjoyed her company so much, when she would ride with us to work, when the roads were too snowy .... She was truly a Lady of great knowledge.  We are very happy that we got to visit her during her stay at the Golden Living Center. The  memories of working with Alice for 10 years are truly WONDERFUL!

Judy and Ken Stoner
Please accept our most sincere sympathy in the death of your Mother.  She certainly had a personality and character that endeared her to all who knew her.  We have lost a wonderful friend, but we do have a wealth of good memories.

Nancy Miller &  Verna Shultz

 Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your Mother.   She was a good friend to my mother, Janet Bishop.   May fond memories help you through your grief.

Amy (Bishop) Addams
Deepest sympathy goes to you and your family.  I haven't talked or seen you since high school.

Pat Ludt Jones
I treasure many fond memories of my special friend and neighbor in Clifton Terrace.  It was always a joy to visit her and her pets, Molly, Hercules and Garfield.  I'll always think of her as I walk past the 2 beautiful weeping willow trees that she planted near her house.  I was blessed by her friendship, and by knowing her devoted family.  God bless you as you grieve your loss, and may you treasure many special memories in your hearts.

Bev Steinsiek

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