Alice Jane Ott

Services have been changed to March 5

A service for Alice Jane Ott will be at the North Shore Bible Church in Manson at 10 a.m. on March 5, 2022. It was to be held on Jan 8, 2022.

Alice Jane Ott was born on January 8, 1932 to Martha Elizabeth (Beth) Monfort and James Forest Bowie. She passed peacefully on December 9, 2021. Alice grew up in Chelan, Washington with her two older brothers Stewart and Jim. She and her parents moved to Holden in 1938. Her father worked at the sawmill and her mother taught school. They left Holden in 1943 to live back in Chelan. Alice graduated from high school in 1950 and in July she flew up to Fairbanks, Alaska to marry Cork Ott.  On July 8, they were married at St. Lukes Episcopal Church. Later that year Alice flew back to Chelan to give birth to their first child. Cork and Alice raised their family in Chelan and then Manson.

Alice had many adventures in her life…many led by her husband, Cork. He would say “Let’s go do this” and she would get everything ready and they would go. She was ready for anything and really enjoyed herself. They went with family and friends…it seemed there was always a group. She loved to have fun, laugh, dance, ski, stay up at Lucerne and be with her people. She was an amazing person and was loved by everyone.
Alice was preceded in her death by her older brothers Stewart Bowie and James (Jim Bowie), and great-grandson Owen Danner.
She is survived by her son Bill Ott and daughter-in-law Pat, her daughter Beth (Sis) Ott, her daughter Leslie Evans, her grandchildren Scott (Landee) Ward, Matt (Michelle) Ott, Steve (Hannah) Ott, Clint (Trine) DeFries, Jeff (Gina) Danner, Patrick (Burnley) Danner and 11 great-grandchildren.
A service will be at the North Shore Bible Church in Manson at 10 a.m. on March 5,  2022.
Please leave any thoughts and memories for the family at Prechtrose.com. Services are under the direction of Precht Rose Chapel of Chelan.

 

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