Alice M. Ragen, 83, of Fremont, OH passed away on January 11, 2015 at her home. She was born on January 21, 1931 in Fremont, the daughter of Grover and Eula (Powers) Bixby. She was a 1949 graduate of Gibsonburg High School.
Alice married Donald Ragen on May 3, 1952 at Zion Lutheran Church in Gibsonburg and he preceded her in death on March 2, 1976. She worked at Ohio Lime as a secretary and was a homemaker after she married Donald. Alice enjoyed playing cards, garage saleing and traveling with her family.
Alice is survived by her children, Michael Ragen, Hessville, Patrick Ragen and Kathleen (Mark) Reineck both of Fremont, Daniel Ragen, Grand Canyon, AZ and Kelly (Jim) Kolhoff, Port Clinton; grandchildren, Danielle (Joey) Sanders, Kelsie Ragen, Michael Ragen II, Alex (Sarah) Reineck and Robert Reineck.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Donald Ragen; brother, Harold and sister, Virginia.
Private burial will take place at Oakwood Cemetery
A luncheon, fellowship and card party will be held on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Noon at Quality Inn, 3422 N. State Route 53, Fremont, OH.
Memorials: Easter Seals or Donor’s Choice
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So sorry to hear of the passing of Alice—what a lady, what fun, great card player and a good friend……love the idea of the card party on the 17th—I will be there for Alice,…..
Karen (Shoup) Harris
So Sorry for your loss! Your mom will always be remembered.
I am so very very sorry at the passing of your mother.
She and I were euchre partners and card members for years and I will miss her more than you will ever know.
We have all lost a dear friend who always had a smile and a kind word for everyone.
Harvey R Lulfs & Robert K Waggoner
We were both very Sad to hear of Alice Passing. She was allway so happy and fun to be around. So glad kelly and Alice stoped at our house this past summer.We will never forget her.
Dan and Val Matthes
We are very sorry to hear about Alice passing. We enjoyed playing euchre with her at the Fremont Eagles. She was a sweet lady and we will miss her.