DENVER, CO—Alice A. Stallmann was born to Catherine Schwebach Stallmann and Clarence Stallmann of Hospers, Iowa, on July 7, 1951. She lived nearly 68 years, dying on May 27, 2019.
Alice graduated from Spalding High School, Granville, Iowa, in 1969. She received a degree as a medical assistant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For her first job she moved to Sioux City, Iowa, and shortly thereafter moved to Denver, Colorado. She worked as an X-ray technician where she met her future husband, Marvin. She also worked for CoorsTek for nearly 35 years, ending as a final quality inspector.
Alice loved spending time with her grandchildren and taking them on outings, especially the butterfly pavilion. Her pastime was sewing and quilting and she often made gifts of her work to friends. She also enjoyed dogs, teapots, gardening, birds and butterflies. She made an angel garden with each angel representing a family member. She was genuinely caring and prayed for everyone.
She married Marvin Crayton in May of 1973. They welcomed a daughter, Natasha Crayton. Natasha has four children: Shepard, Brea, Shylah and Nina.
Marvin preceded Alice in death.
She is survived by eight sisters and five brothers. Memorial donations can be made to St. Joseph Hospital, Cancer Centers of Colorado (https://www.sclhealth.org/locations/saint-joseph-hospital/) or the American Lung Association of Colorado (https://www.lung.org/about-us/local-associations/colorado.html).
Funeral services for Alice were held at the Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary Chapel on the grounds of Mount Olivet Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, on Thursday, June 6.