(Tuesday - January 26, 2021) - Alice Mae Charlevoix, age 92, of Kingsford, formerly of Hardwood, passed away on Saturday, January 23, at Evergreen Assisted Living in Kingsford.

Alice, daughter of the late Joseph and Louise (Peronto) Robinette was born September 7,1928. She graduated from Felch High School in 1948 and married Harold Charlevoix in 1949 at St. Anthony’s Church in Milwaukee. Alice picked potatoes for the Cousineau Family Farm until she took a position at North Dickinson School’s hot lunch program where she was employed for over 25 years. Alice loved her St. Joseph Catholic Church family where she served as an active member in many capacities. Alice took pleasure in gardening, flowers, & trips to the casino with her sisters. She picked Janet Beauchamp up for their weekly coffee clutch at the Milltown Inn where everyone was “Family”. Alice always put her family first; and without fail, would lovingly tell her family members upon departure, "You be careful now."

Alice is survived by her children, Kathy (Butch) Dabb of Iron Mountain, Don (Teresa) Charlevoix of Vulcan, and Gary (Lorna) Charlevoix of Escanaba; her grandchildren, Jeff (Tina) Dabb, Jodi (Dan) Mitts, Joe (Sara) Charlevoix, Holly Charlevoix, Jill Leisner, Stacy (Dustin) Laux, and Kari Charlevoix; and four great-grandchildren, Todd Edwards, MaKenna Dabb and Ava & Kent Charlevoix; two brothers, Don Robinette and Harold (Carol) Robinette; one sister, Elizabeth Cary; three sisters-in-law, Arlene and Nancy Robinette and Marilyn Charlevoix; and many nieces and nephews.

Along with her parents and husband of 58 years, Harold, she was preceded in death by her siblings, Pearl (Ray) Davis, Leonard (Eleanor) Robinette, Melvern "Dutch" Robinette, Marshall (Ruth) Robinette, Robert Robinette, Viola (Clinton) Juneau and Shirley (Allen) Johnson; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Marie Robinette, Earl Cary, Robert (Leeann) Charlevoix, Janice (Patrick) Milligan, KayAnn Rymkos-Carl, John Rymkos, Charles Carl and Steve Charlevoix; and a granddaughter, Crystal Kay Charlevoix.

A visitation and Memorial Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Foster City will be held and announced at a later date. Burial will be at the Foster City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Joseph Catholic Church in Foster City.

Alice’s family would like to thank Fr. Daryl Pepin, Rev. Michael Langlais, Dr. Donald Jacobs, Linda Opsahl,and Derek Schinderle. And a special thanks to the loving and caring staff at Evergreen Assisted Living who,for the last 9 years, treated Alice like family.

Condolences may be expressed to the family of Alice Mae Charlevoix online at:

The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon and Nash Funeral Home with the arrangements.


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