Alice J. McClelland 1959-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

HUBBARD – Alice J. McClelland, 62, passed away peacefully at the home of her sister, Karen Mascioli, with friends and family by her side, on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.

Alice was born on May 21, 1959 in Steubenville, daughter of Francis M. and Mary Jean Findlay McClelland.

Alice graduated from Hubbard High School in 1977.

During her lifetime, Alice worked for Anthem Blue Cross / Blue Shield for 22 years, where she was a training and travel associate. She then worked 10 years for Chapter 13 in Youngstown.

Alice was known for her generosity and kindness to everyone and was a special and unique person. She made everyone she met feel special. She was a real and dedicated person to all who loved her, and there were so many lucky people who knew and loved Alice.

She was involved in the Boy Scouts and the Hubbard Band Boosters. For 15 years, Alice volunteered with the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. Not only did she volunteer, but she was involved in the very formation of this event at Boardman. She first got involved because of her friend, Cathie Rosado. She has worked tirelessly to raise funds and raise awareness about the fight against cancer.

Alice is survived by her raised nephew, Cody McClelland of Hubbard; her sister, Karen Mascioli of Hubbard; his niece, Tricia (Julio) Santistevan; and grandnephew, Noah, all from Virginia.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her twin brother, Alan McClelland.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at the Stewart-Kyle Funeral Home, with call hours from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Memorial contributions can be made in memory of Alice to the American Cancer Society 1690 W. Market St., Akron, OH 44313.

Family and friends are invited to visit the funeral home’s website at www.stewart-kyle.com to share their memories and condolences.

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