Alice was a dear sister-in-law and best friend of Joan(recently deceased) and loving aunt of Gail, John(deceased) and William. We have many treasured childhood memories, with Auntie Alice, of family celebrations, holidays and picnics. Her door was always open and although we were very frequent callers she always loved to see us. She will be sadly missed by all her family and extended family here in Northern Ireland. We are all so blessed to have been a part of her family and send all our love to Stephen, Barbara and Gillian and their families at this heartbreaking time. She will be forever in our hearts.
Alice was not only Mum`s (Margaret`s) older sister but they were best of friend`s too. Every time Mum went across to Ireland or Alice came to Milton Keynes they were both completely happy in each other`s company, it was a joy to see. They shared many stories about their childhood, especially being evacuated to Isle of Magee during the war. I often walked into the kitchen to find them both having a chat over a cup of tea. Mum was never happier than when she was with her big sister.
Our hearts are broken about your loss. Sending all our love.
Karen, Rory and Matthew
Paul, Sam and Alex.
Alice was my Godmother, like a second Mum to me and neighbours of my Mum and Dad on the Oldpark Road, Belfast for over 50 years . She was especially good to my Mum after Dad passed and my parents could not have had a better or kinder neighbour. Deepest condolences from all my family to all the Greer family circle. Rona Hetherington
Alice was a very good friend of my husband and I when she lived in Christie Park Mew in Calgary. We have fond memories of our visits with her. Alice loved our dog, Mickey, and he spend many Saturday evenings sitting with her while she watched TV. Alice always gave Mickey a Christmas present.
My sincere condolences to Gillian, Barbara and Stephen along with the rest of the family. Thinking of you all.
The Best family, in Northern Ireland and Canada, send their deepest sympathies to the entire Greer family circle on the news of their loss. We all so fondly remember Alice from "the front of the road," and have no doubt her loss will be immense. Thinking of you all.
“Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.”