Alice E. Mattern

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Alice E. Mattern, 74, of Guys Mills, passed away Saturday, August 10, 2019 at the Meadville Medical Center. Alice was born in Hickernell, PA, on April 1, 1945, a daughter of the late Walter H. and Florence "Marie" (Powell) Payne. Alice worked as a machinist at Greenleaf, retiring after 40 years of employment. She loved to play bingo and go to the casinos. Alice was very active with family functions and gatherings and was very family orientated. She loved country music. In addition to her parents, Alice was preceded in death by her daughter, Tammy Sue Mattern Thompson, her brother, Charles Payne, and her sister, Ruth Lemke. She is survived by four sons, Dana Mattern, of Guys Mills, PA, Douglas Mattern and his wife, Shelly, of Cambridge Springs, PA, Darrin Mattern, of Cochranton, PA, and Dennis Mattern and his wife, Cheryl, of Springboro, PA, two brothers, Francis Payne and his wife, Norma, of Conneautville, PA, and Milton Payne, and his wife, Ingrid, of Springboro, PA, her former husband, Richard "Dick" Mattern, of Cochranton, PA, an aunt, Harriet Trucco, of Meadville, PA, her mother-in-law, Genevieve Mattern, of Meadville, PA, nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Calling hours will be held at the Mattera Funeral Home, 188 East State Street, Albion, on Saturday from 12:00 p.m. until the time of the funeral service there at 2:00 p.m. Burial will follow in Albion Cemetery. To send flowers, light a memory candle or leave a condolence, please visit www.matterafuneralhome.com.
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Published on August 14, 2019
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Dave Smith
Aug 16, 2019
RIP Alice and thanks Dana for taking such good care of her. She was quite a lady.
Debra Schultz
Aug 15, 2019
To the Mattern Family, Aunt Alice was always a huge part of my life. Growing up she would bring you kids to our house (mom and dad's) to play and visit. We went a lot of places together throughout the years. Some of which include family holiday gatherings, Grandpa Walter's to visit and have supper with him, Grandma "Marie's" and Grandpa Wendell's to visit, Grandma "Marie's" shop picnics to Conneaut Lake Park etc. You came to visit us at the different camp sites we went to until we parked the camper behind the shop. Then it was up there to visit for the day and see both sets of Grandparents. Aunt Alice came to Heidi's Bible School and Church programs, her Graduation party, our we...dding reception and anything she was asked to attend in the family. She tried to get out to see Rick, Denise and Heidi and families when they came home to visit. My little grandson, Damion, said that if anything happened to Aunt Alice he wanted to come back and see her. She went to all the niece's and nephew's doings. She wanted to know their children as well. Family was indeed important to her. Aunt Alice usually asked me to go with her to out of town doctor appointments so that I could navigate. She got me going to Bingo and the Casino's with her, but she was lucky and I was not, so I didn't continue. Most recently, I will miss her Saturday night stops after Bingo, and her late night calls to check in and let each other know what was going on in our world. It is comforting to know that she was always around us; you could count on her being there! I will truly miss her! With Love and Remembrance of My Dear Aunt Alice, Debbie and Tom SchultzRead more