Alice Suzanne Altree
1935 - 2020
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November 24th, 1935 ˜ June 2nd, 2020

Alice S. Altree, passed away from natural causes after her long battle with a myriad of maladies.
She was a long-time resident of Vancouver, Clatskanie, Camas, and Portland. She was also quite active in Soroptimists. Thru Soroptimists she worked against human trafficking, to create better conditions for children, and visited other continents around the world. Alice worked the banking and retail product selling markets for many years.
She graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1953.
She was preceded in her death by her brother (Bob), husband (Carl) and parents (Leslie & Myrtle).
She is survived by 6 children, 13 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life will be scheduled at Camas Zion Lutheran Church (Late July or Early Aug. due to Covid).
Donations to and tru Soroptimist’s can be made at this time.
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Published in The Columbian on Jun. 21, 2020.
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June 21, 2020
We loved Alice - - Alice did so much for so many at the Washougal Family Resource Center. She volunteered. She cooked. She mentored. She helped us connect to the community including the Soroptimists. And she always offered to do more. In some ways, we inherited Alice's support. She had been a backbone of the Unified Family Center and when Children's Home Society merged wiith the UFC at the Family Center in Washougal, Alice was the first to step up and help us out. Thank you Alice.
Bridget McLeman
June 21, 2020
I worked with Alice at Heritage Bank in the 80s. I have such fond memories of Alice. I remember once I was wearing a blue suit and Alice told me how pretty it was but it really needed something on the lapel. She brought a beautiful brooch from her own collection in to work and gave it to me because it would look just right on my jacket. I still have the brooch and it always reminds me of Alice. My condolences to her family.
Kim Perry
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