Alice Jeffries, 67, clerk, home care provider

December 09, 2003

Alice Jeffries, a former home care provider who liked attending family gatherings, died of an aneurysm Thursday at Harbor Hospital. The Brooklyn Park resident was 67.

Miss Jeffries was born in New York City and raised in Philadelphia and the Baltimore area. After graduating from Sollers Point High School in 1953, she worked as a waitress in the Bethlehem Steel Corp. cafeteria at Sparrows Point. After leaving in 1967, she worked as a drugstore clerk and home care provider until retiring on a disability in 1990.

She enjoyed cooking, entertaining family and friends, and travel.

Miss Jeffries was a member of Charity Baptist Church.

Services will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Created For So Much More Worship Center, 701 Cherry Hill Road.

Miss Jeffries is survived by two sons, Donald Jeffries of Glen Burnie and David Jeffries of Brooklyn Park; three daughters, Linda Williams of Owings Mills, Lisa Jeffries Mays of Bel Air and Denise Jeffries of Brooklyn Park; a brother, Simon Jeffries Jr. of Essex; a sister, Mildred Harris of Baltimore; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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