Maryalice Hall Alexander

Jun 29 1941
Jun 27 2018
76 Years

Maryalice Hall Alexander, 76, of Cochranville passed away after a lengthy illness on Wednesday June, 27, 2018 surrounded by family.  She shared 58 years of marriage to Arnold L. Alexander, who now resides at Twin Pines Health Care Center in West Grove.  Born in Coatesville, she was the daughter of Harry S. and Gladys G, Schroder Hall of Parkesburg.  

She was a 1959 graduate of Octorara High School and was a member of Parkesburg Episcopal Church of the Ascension.  Maryalice was an avid baseball fan, hat lover, history buff, trivial pursuit extraordinaire, and storyteller who enjoyed a good conversation.  She loved spending time with friends and family, watching her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren play sports, and hosting holiday gatherings.  She was a beloved wife, known as Mrs. A, Mother, Mom-Mom, and friend to all who knew her and she will be greatly missed.

She is survived, in addition to her husband, by three children: daughter JoAnne McCarthy and husband Joe, of Gap, son Brinton Alexander and wife Cheryl of Hamilton, MT, and son Bradley Alexander of Cochranville, seven grandchildren: Matthew, Anita, Lauren, John, Molly, Brianna and Brooke and two great-grandchilden Caden and Marianna.  She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary A. Stoltzfus of Cochranville, a son Arnold L. Alexander of Oxford, a granddaughter Brittany A. Alexander of Hamilton, MT, a brother Judson R. Hall of Strasburg, and two sisters: Naomi Hall Hess of Parkesburg, and infant sister, Thelma J. Hall.

Memorial Services will be scheduled and announced at a later date.  

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Maryalice's name to Relay For Life of Lancaster.

Arrangements by the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, PA. Online condolences can be posted at

Service Location: 
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Sorry to hear the passing of Maryalice , use to chat with her on Facebook, I went to school with Arnie who passed, we used to talk about him , praying for her family, R.I.P  

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Loved your mom growing up. She was a great Girl Scout leader and so nice to all of the kids growing up in Cochranville! So sorry for your loss.



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Mrs. Alexander was a family matriarch and I always loved visiting with her!  I will miss her dearly, as I spent countless time with her son Arnie growing up in Cochranville.  She always had a great attitude and opinion on everything.  I loved her dearly, and will be happy to see her on the other side!  Rest in peace Mrs. A, I will miss you dearly.  Sincerely, Czar   

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I so love Maryalice she was a beautiful, loving Lady. love and prayers to all the family and friends she touched with her life.

Will miss you so much Maryalice,


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I will miss this wonderful and beautiful woman.  She was so kind and of course entertaining.  I feel so blessed to be a small part of her life.

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Heaven just received a gift ... what an angel you will be ... sleep in heavenly peace.

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What an amazing Lady. Many, many wonderful memories. She will be sadly missed. So sorry for all the family.

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 sending my thoughts and prayers to the family. I was blessed to call you Aunt Alice  being raised in the Hall family. 

 You’re contagious spirit and personality will be very missed.  What I will remember about you is how strong your faith was.  I love them fact that you could speak your mind if something was said that should not of been said you were so loving and will never be forgotten your loving spirit you carry-on. 


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