On November 8, 1961, she was married to Robert Leon Toney in Lebanon. He preceded her in death on November 16, 2007. They had shared 46 loving years together.
Alice had attended Lebanon schools. She had spent most of her life in Boone County with the exception of a period of time spent in Colfax and Greencastle.
She worked as the food service manager at Central Elementary School in Lebanon from 1975–1993. She also worked at CrownPointe as a housekeeper until her retirement in 2013.
Alice loved her church, where she was a faithful member at Centenary United Methodist Church in Lebanon. She also enjoyed being a greeter at church and volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House. Alice loved to play her Autoharp and sing Bluegrass with the Thorntown Jammers. She also enjoyed going on trips with Boone County Senior Services and with Centenary friends, camping, and winters in Florida. She collected dolls, Santa Clauses and antiques. Most of all, she was proud of her children and grandchildren and loved watching them grow up.
Three Children: Robert L. “Rob” (Jane) Toney, II of Lebanon
Randy E. Toney of Lebanon
Kim Thompson of Lebanon
Six Grandchildren: Nicole M. (Anthony) Thompson-Wethington of Lebanon
Lindsay R. (Daniel) Gale of Lebanon,
Kyle R. (Brittney) Toney of Brownsburg
John P. (Teri) Toney of Lebanon
Bradley N. Toney of Lebanon
Chance M. (fiancée, Shelby) Toney of Danville
Great Grandchildren: Jaxon, Maddie, Callie, Ashlyn, Faith, Margot, Carol May,
Three Sisters: Jeannie Brandenburg of Lebanon
Dianna Ford of Lebanon
Donna Minor of Brazil
Many Nieces and Nephews
In addition to her parents and her husband, Alice was preceded in death by a brother, Ted Jamison; and brothers-in-law, Jimmy Brandenburg and Ron Ford.
Funeral Services are planned for 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at Myers Mortuary, 1502 North Lebanon Street, in Lebanon, Indiana.
Visitation is planned for 10:00 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday at the funeral home in Lebanon. Interment will be at the Cox Cemetery near Thorntown, Indiana.
Memorials may be made in her memory to Centenary United Methodist Church or Witham Memorial Hospital-Rock Steady Boxing Program (which enables people with Parkinson’s to fight their disease).