Alice L. Meier

  • Born: April 13, 1933
  • Died: January 9, 2021
  • Location: Danville, New Hampshire

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Alice Louise (Button) Meier of Danville, NH died on January 9, 2021 with her daughters at her side. She was 87. She was predeceased by her husband of 60 years, William Carl Meier, who passed away in October of 2015. She was also predeceased by her brother Henry Franklin Button and sisters Jeanne Hopkins and Elenor Brown.

Alice was born in Schaghticoke, NY to the late Howard F. Button and Elenor (Lake) Button. She graduated from Mechanicville High School in 1950 and attended SUNY in Canton, NY. She graduated from the Savings Bank School for Supervisory Personnel and also received a diploma from the Graduate School of Banking at Brown University, Providence, RI. She retired after 20 years of service from the Family Bank in Haverhill, MA.

Alice and her husband Bill raised their daughters Susan and Karen in Georgetown, MA. They built a log cabin in 1972 in East Wakefield, NH and moved there full time following their retirement. In 1994 they moved to Beverly Hills, FL where they enjoyed many more happy years together. They moved back to NH in 2013 to be close to family.

What Alice enjoyed most was spending time with her family. She also enjoyed quilting, knitting, crocheting and doing ceramics.

Alice leaves behind her two daughters, Susan LaPointe and her husband Gary of Epping, NH; Karen Powers and her husband Brad of Danville, NH and four grandchildren. Michael LaPointe and his wife Alexaundria of St. Albans, VT, Nicholas LaPointe of Epping, NH, Timothy Powers and his wife Melissa of Alexandria, VA, Stacie Hernandez and her husband Andrew of Deering, NH, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be private. Alice will be laid to rest at her husband's side at the NH Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH. If you wish, donations in her memory may be made to Heropups.com where dogs are trained to assist veterans and first responders.