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March 3, 1928 - November 16, 2021
Alice was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. After high school, she worked for the Daily Progress and for the Associated Press. Later, she worked for the National Archives and Records Administration and for the U.S. Army Criminal Investigative Command, where she put out a magazine called "The Detective." She also held a part-time job in the Classified Department at the Washington Post for 40 years.
Alice was a positive person, always finding time to help and encourage those in need. She loved people and was a friend to everyone she met. She was very interested in the world around her and was active in the community. She received her certification as a Master Gardener when she was in her 80's and was a well-known fixture in the Fort Barnard Community Garden. She was also an active member of Grace Episcopal Church.
She is predeceased by her son, Jack, and survived by her daughters, Kitty, Wendy, and Jeanne; her sister, Caroline; her three grandchildren, Daniel, Carrly and Jillian and many beloved nieces and nephews.
Published by The Washington Post on Nov. 21, 2021.
The above information includes details online here and here at the time of this posting.
You can see Alice Russell listed as the Editor of "The Detective, the Journal of Army Criminal Investigation" on the table of contents page online here.