Alice J. Hoover

Alice J. Hoover

September 09, 1932 ‐ February 15, 2023
Alice J. Hoover
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Resided In: Westlake, Ohio Visitation: February 20, 2023 Service: February 21, 2023 Cemetery: Lakewood Park Cemetery

Alice J. Hoover (nee Smith), age 90, beloved wife of the late Robert J. for 37 years. Loving mother of Virginia “Ginny” Hoover (dec.), James Hoover, Barbara Disterhof (Lee), Robert Hoover (Valerie), and Patrick Hoover (Gerri). Dear grandmother of Stacey Disterhof, Nicole Peterman (Mick), Erik Disterhof (Hannah Wenck), Colin Hoover, and Adam Hoover and great-grandmother of Maxwell and Nora Peterman. Alice was a member and worked at Ascension Lutheran Church, she was a cross-stitch enthusiast, and loved her family dearly. Funeral services to be held Tuesday, February 21 at 10:30 am at Ascension Lutheran Church, 28081 Lorain Road, North Olmsted, 44070. Family and friends will be received on Monday, February 20 from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Ascension Lutheran Church.

Guest Comments

Maribeth Soltis
Sun City, Arizona

I worked as an assistant teacher at Ascension while Alice was there as Secretary for the church. It was a blessing to see and hear from her each day. Her smile infected all she met May God bless her family and friends always

Jim Foos

I worked with Alice at "the old law firm" for many years and many years ago. She was and is great. Always smiling, happy and positive.

Marty & Kathy Malek
Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio

Dear Barb & family, we were saddened to learn of the passing of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. In Sympathy & love, Marty & Kathy Malek

Jeannette (Fifolt) Cox
Eastlake, Ohio

God Blessed me over 45 years ago (at work) with the gift of Alice's friendship & motherly love. Even though we have not seen or talked to each other in years, it only seems like yesterday that we worked, laughed & cried together. So many loving & beautiful memories that I will cherish forever. My deepest condolences.

Cyndi Schneider(Briggs)
West Point, Utah

We grew up and lived in the house next to Mrs. Hoover. She was like a second mom even after the family moved to North Olmsted, Ohio. She had an Infectious smile and laugh. She was very kind and friendly with everyone she met. It was wonderful to see her over the years as I got married. She was a hard worker as well. I will miss her!

Gayle Chenevert
Middleburg Heights, OH

When I remember Mrs. Hoover (always Mrs. Hoover to me), I remember her smile. Her face always lit up with a smile when she saw me, without fail, and she always made me feel like she was so happy to see me. That's a special gift I'll carry with me always. Much love and deepest sympathy to all the family.