Alyce Rogers was born September 30, 1949 in Kalispell Montana to Myrle Gilman-Burgess and Jack Burgess. Alyce passed away in Coeur D’Alene Idaho September 28, 2019, just two days before her 70th birthday. Alyce is survived by her three children Bethany Redman (43), Joleen Redman-Harley (42) and Elisha Rogers-Whitson (37). Alyce is loved and remembered by her grandchildren Maliki Caye, Gaige Caye, Darious Caye, Lyssa Rogers-Whitson, Jacob Caye, Aleah Whitson, Lila Whitson and Robert Harley. As well as her great grandchildren Oriah Caye and Runa Caye. Alyce grew up in Montana and spent many summers in Glacier National Park, while her mother worked as a chef at Lake McDonald Lodge. She often shared her many memories growing up on her Uncle Byron and Aunt Helen Gilman’s small farm. They lived in Finley Point, Montana on Gilman Lane. Gilman Lane was named after her Uncle Byron and Aunt Helen, who were one of the first homesteader’s in the Finley Point area. As Alyce started having children, she moved between Montana, Idaho and Alaska. She is remembered for her volunteer work at the Moose Lodge, working as a Women’s advocate, being a foster parent, owning a ceramic business where she poured and cleaned molds, as well as taught painting classes. She also owned a small business making Victorian Christmas statues and figurines. Alyce had a great passion for genealogy and learning about history. She enjoyed painting and making crafts. Particularly painting landscapes on canvases and on Christmas stockings. In her middle years, she loved exploring Alaska, camping, fishing, boating and looking for shells on the beach. In her later years she would often spend hours a day gardening, smoking, drinking coffee, reading books and socializing with family and friends. On January 20th, 2019 Alyce fell ill with pneumonia and later had to have intestinal surgery at Kootenai Hospital, she was then transferred to North Idaho Advanced Care Hospital and lastly transferred to Lacrosse Health & Rehabilitation Center, where she stayed the last six months of her life. While there, she met and made many new friends. On October 4 th the family held an intimate viewing for Alyce at Bell Tower Funeral Home, where she was subsequently cremated. The staff of Bell Tower went above and beyond in taking final care of Alyce and in showing warmth to her loved ones. Alyce was very charismatic, humorous and often livened up the room with her colorful personality. She created friendships and bonds everywhere she went, with anyone from family members, in-laws, friends, neighbors, Doctors, Nurses, Nursing assistants, to other patients she lived with in her last couple months of life. She will be dearly missed and is now reunited in heaven with her late, beloved friends, family and her daughter Sarah Redman, who passed as an infant.