Alice Slack Federline, formerly of Amissville and Warrenton, VA died peacefully, surrounded by her family at the age of 88 on January 19, 2017, from respiratory complications.
Mrs. Federline was born March 11, 1928 to parents Elizabeth and George Slack of Schellsburg, PA, who preceded her in death. She leaves behind, her surviving brother, William Slack, of Schellsburg, PA.
Mrs. Federline is also survived by her daughter Kathleen Federline Kelliher and husband John Kelliher of Warrenton, and grandson Kevin Kelliher and wife, Bethany Dodero Kelliher, of Austin, TX, and daughter Mary Federline Fletcher, and husband, George Latham Fletcher of Marshall, and step-sons, George III, and Jason of Warrenton.
Mrs. Federline was preceded in death by her husband, Francis "Leo" Federline, on Christmas Eve 2016, after a long struggle with Alzheimers Disease. "Alice and Leo" were married 63 years. Mrs. Federline was a devoted parishioner of Bethel United Methodist Church, where the majority of her lasting friendships were established. She was an avid gardener, enthusiastic bird watcher, reader, animal lover, and cancer survivor.
A celebration of life and resurrection will be held at Bethel United Methodist Church Sunday, May 21st at noon, following the 10:45am worship service.
A private family graveside service will follow a 12:30 mass in her husband's memory at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Warrenton, VA on Sunday, May 28th, 2017. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Bethel United Methodist Church.
Our fine facility has ample parking, offers two chapels, family rooms, parlors, and an on-site crematory. Operated since 1836 - we are the oldest continuously operated business in Fauquier County, VA and centrally located in the county and close to most nursing homes and the hospital.