Alice Marie (Harders) Hoshor

Born: Thu., May 11, 1922
Died: Mon., Apr. 22, 2019


Visitation

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Sat., Apr. 27, 2019
Location: First United Methodist Church


Funeral Service

10:30 AM Sat., Apr. 27, 2019
Location: First United Methodist Church


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Alice M. Hoshor, age 96, of Nebraska City passed away surrounded by family on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the Ambassador in Nebr. City.

Alice Marie (Harders) Hoshor was born on May 11, 1922 in Glendale, AZ; the daughter of Claus Waltimar and Clara Johanna (Fischer) Harders.  She attended Grace Evangelical Lutheran School and Glendale Union High school and then graduated from  Lamson’s Business College in Phoenix, AZ.  

On February 15, 1946 she was united in marriage to Charles William Hoshor at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Westboro, MO.  He preceded her in death on June 2, 1999.

Alice was a member of the United Methodist Church in Nebr. City., where she was an active volunteer.  She was a housewife,  homemaker and a  beloved wife, mother and grandmother and great-grandmother, and aunt.  

Those left to cherish her memory include four children:  Kathy Baker and husband David of Wichita, KS, Bruce Hoshor and wife Donna of Maple Grove, MN, Terri Nelson and husband Wayne of Nebr. City, NE and Steven Hoshor and wife Susan of Nevada, IA; seven grandchildren:  Ashley Baker, Jordon Hoshor, Haley Hoshor, Nicholas Hoshor, Cassandra Hoshor, Trent Nelson and Alyssa Nelson; nine great-grandchildren; one sister Ruth Sanders of Novato, CA; other family and friends.

In addition to her husband,, she was preceded in death by her parents, Claus and Clara Harders, an infant son, Charles Michael Hoshor, son, John Scott Hoshor, grandson, Tyler Wayne Nelson and a sister, Esther Harders.  

Following a visitation from 9:30-10:30 at the church, a Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Nebr. City with Pastor Charles Kathurima-Murithi officiating.  Interment will be in the Salem Cemetery near Maryville, MO.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be directed to the First United Methodist Church in Nebr. City.  

Condolences may be left at www.gudefuneralhomes.com.

Gude Mortuary in Nebr. City is in charge of arrangements.

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Joyce Ford
   Posted Tue April 23, 2019

ELEGANCE AND SIMPLICITY STANDING SPRAY was sent by Joyce Ford.

In loving memory of a Beautiful Soul, Alice Marie Hoshor: Joyce Ford, Jan Morfitt, Pat Colson, Marlene Barnes, Ken Hopkins, Mark Hopkins, Carrie Lewis. (Family of Marie Hopkins)


Brenda (Hogue) Eggers
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
She was a very nice woman and what she did for me and my family when my mother, Charlene, was alive. The women of Westboro were a big help and it was greatly appreciated. So sorry for your loss.

Bob Hull
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
You are in my prayers.

Gayle Russell Bond
   Posted Fri April 26, 2019
I remember meeting some of you grandchildren when you visited Charlie and Alice Hosher at Graham; I met your mom on a few occasions and she was a very nice lady. The older Charlie and Alice enjoyed you grandchildren immensely. I'm sure you wouldn't remember me, but reading of your mother's passing brought back my memories of the Hoshor family, and I wanted to let you know that they are still remembered, as I am sure your mother will be. May you find comfort in your memories of her, and may the love you share with her give you peace in the coming days. You are in my prayers.

Sharon Sanders Brighenti
   Posted Sun April 28, 2019
No one has ever had a sweeter, more loving aunt than my Aunt Alice. All the times I spent with her had a tremendous impact on my life. When I first visited her farm at the age of 5 I remember her delivering casseroles to the sick in her church. She was always busy but moving in the unforced rhythm of grace. Sitting at her dinner table in later years I remember what a quick wit she and my Uncle Charles had. They were funnier than any comedians. Aunt Alice lived out a true Christian life and I know the Lord has welcomed her with "Well done thou good and faithful servant." Her beautiful, humble spirit will always remain in my heart.

Former Neighbor Jeanne Smith
   Posted Mon April 29, 2019
We were in CA when we received the message of your precious Mom's Promotion. Alice was always such a helpful, thoughtful, inspiring friend. She and Charles came over to help us "newbies"open our pool for the first time. Always willing to share the good results of her green thumb, she offered numerous plants for me to transplant. Our row of Calla Lilies are always referred to as Alice's Lilies. She and my mother, from near Manhattan, became good friends at times when my mom would visit. I have a vivid picture in my mind of the two of them chatting down by our mailbox like two teenagers. Along with MaryAnne, we enjoyed several lunches with her at the Lied Center. It was always good to see her up there in her nice home with her beloved yard and flowers. Mostly she was an inspiration with her steadfast faith through times of loss and sorrow. You all will deeply miss her, but trust you find peace and comfort in knowing she is in the presence of the Lord she loved.


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