Alice A. Dias
Dias, Alice Ann (Delgado) 82, of Providence died unexpectedly on Thursday January 9th. She was born in Providence, Rhode Island. She was the wife of Manuel R. Dias and mother of Michael, Manuel Jr., Cynthia and Debra. Alice was the daughter of the late Jose and Maria Delgado. Alice was a chef at the Duncan Fyffe restaurant and worked at Technic Inc. She was the past president of the Womens’ Auxiliary of St. Mathews Church, a member of the Cranston Portuguese Womens’ Club and the Red Hat Society. She was an avid reader, loved crossword puzzles, to laugh, and to be with her family. She is survived by her siblings Rose Dasilva, Armedo, Manuel, and Isabel Delgado, 10 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren. Her funeral will be held on Tuesday at 7:45am from The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Matthews Church Cranston at 9:00. Visitation will be on Monday from 4:00-8:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Jude's would be appreciated.
Jen Eliza and Elizabeth Cicerone - 01/11/2014
Chris Keli and family. We are so very sorry for your unexpected and deep loss. Wishing peace for Alice and strength for you at this time.
With all our love and support,
Jen, Eliza and Elizabeth
Joanne Carl - 01/11/2014
A smile, the best hugs, and just a wonderful woman whom I loved and admired. my prayers are with you all. Another angel to watch over all of us.
Donna Pagel - 01/11/2014
Mike, Louise and Family, We want to extend our most sincere sympathy to you in the loss of your Mom. Just seeing her picture brought a warmness to my heart. She was always a very loving person. I can almost hear her laugh when I think of her. We have many fond memories of her, and pray you find some comfort in
knowing your friends care. Heaven sure is a very special place
With sympathy and friendship,
Gary and Donna
John & Kathryn O'Hare - 01/11/2014
Christopher and Family,
Sincerest condolences on this sudden loss.
Our hearts and prayers are with you all.
Pat Knuckles - 01/13/2014
I am so saddened by Alice's passing. She will be sorely missed by myself and all her friends at the Auburn Library. It was such a pleasure to know her and assist holding all her favorite books and authors for her. She had a great sense of humor and I always enjoyed talking with her so much. Blessings to all the family and may Alice rest in peace.
David O'Brien - 01/13/2014
My thoughts and prayers with the family. I will never forget the goods times we had at camp.
Aleesha Behm - 01/14/2014
She was a wonderful caring women with a huge heart. I wasn't able to get to know her as much as I wished but just the first time was the best . She loved by twin boys which is her great grandchildren an it touched my heart the way she was with them. You will be forever missed an always loved .Rest in peace Alice we love u .
TOM FITZSIMON JR. - 02/09/2015
WHAT A SWEET LADY,,MY FAVORITES WERE HER SNAIL SALAD,VEAL PARM. SNEEK OVER ON LUNCH BREAK...FROM IMH..RIP.DEAR..THOMAS:)