Alice K. Kurin

Alice K. Kurin

August 31, 1935 - February 08, 2014

Alice K. Kurin

August 31, 1935 - February 08, 2014


Alice Katherine Kurin

Alice Katherine Kurin passed away peacefully and surrounded by loved ones, in her Mission Viejo residence on Saturday, February 08, 2014.

Alice was born in the beautiful island of Samoa on August 31, 1935 to the late Vernon Walter MacKenzie and Mary Katherine Meredith MacKenzie. She was sister to Ethel Agnes Garcia (Deceased), Genevieve Carolina Brighouse, Mary Margaret Fruean, Vernon Samuel MacKenzie (Deceased) and Catherine Roselie Key. Alice was the wife to Victor Adam Kurin of fifty-two years prior to his passing.

Alice worked at the Orange County Register and retired after many years as an editor. Alice was a devoted and dedicated wife and aunt to many nieces and nephews. She was admired for her positive energy, charming personality, funny sense of humor and amazing blue eyes.

Although Alice had no children, she was a loving and caring aunt to many and considered a second mother to most. She will be missed dearly.

Memorial services will be held at O’Connor Mortuary located at 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA, on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 1 pm.

Please click on the link below to view the broadcast of Alice’s memorial service.

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1 responses to Alice K. Kurin

  1. Cindy Murphy says:

    I’m so sorry to find out about the passing of Alice. I worked with her for many years at The Orange County Register and cherished every moment of the times that we carpooled together to work. I was lucky to hear stories about her younger life in Samoa and New Zealand and her life with Vic and all her family members that she cherished so much. Alice told me that she and her sister used to play the ukelele together and they were really great. I wish I could have heard her play. My life is more full by knowing Alice. She was the most loving and giving person. I will miss her so much.

    Cindy Murphy

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