Elaine Constance Dutchess Bice

Elaine Constance Dutchess Bice

July 16, 1938 - November 28, 2020
Huntington Beach California

Elaine Constance Dutchess Bice

July 16, 1938 - November 28, 2020
Huntington Beach California


~Elaine Constance Dutchess Bice~

Quietly passed on October 28th, 2020 surrounded by loved ones. Born July 16th, 1938 In the Bronx N.Y, where she enjoyed her childhood.

As a young mother, she moved to Yonkers N.Y, where she started to raise her family and where her friends knew her as “Dutchess”.

In the late 60s she was an advocate for organizing fundraisers for people effected by cancer.

She liked solving puzzles and crocheting. Also tried her hand in raising Chinese fighting fish (Bettas)

In her free time she loved to go fishing, camping, crabbing, and vacationing in Keansburg, N.J. She had a strong dedication for loving her family and friends.

Dutchess really loved Christmas  and receiving her heartfelt cards which were very special to her.

She might be gone but never forgotten. “We love you mom.”

She is survived by: Her brother Butchie Murphy, and sister Laurel Greer.

Sons: James, Douglas, David and George Bice, and her daughter Laurel Bice.  Her niece Denise Bice.

Grandkids: Jimbo, Vinnie, Lenise, Anthony, Niclaire, Brandee and Michael.  Great Grandkids: Ace, Chloe, Alecia and Vinnie.


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11 responses to Elaine Constance Dutchess Bice

  1. George Bice says:

    Already miss taking caring for you.

  2. It was a pleasure to have known you! you were An amazing woman and mom, , well respected by all… may you rest in piece xo

  3. It was a pleasure to have known you! You were an amazing woman and mother! May you Rest In Peace

  4. Rip. Dutches you will never be forgotten

  5. Dutchess,
    Words do not express the sadness in my heart that you are gone. You were so instrumental in my life. You demanded respect however you always gave. Your tough love was what we all needed whether we knew it or not. I will always be grateful for you allowing me to call you Grandma. I can close my eyes and hear you laughing and see your smile. That’s how I choose to remember you. Thank you for so many great memories. Rest in peace knowing your work is done! To know you was to love you!

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