It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we share the passing of Alice (Filipi) Vlasak. Alice was born April 19, 1922 to Frank A. & Milena (Kodejs) Filipi in Roy, Montana. She passed away October 18, 2020 at her home in Wilber. When Alice was one year old, her parents moved to Denton, NE and later to rural Crete. She married Lawrence Vlasak in 1942 while he was in the Army and in 1945 when Lawrence was honorably discharged they made their home on a farm near Clatonia and then later moved to Wilber where they raised their five children.\n\n\n\nShe was employed at the Wilber Care Center for 28 years. She was a member of the Wilber rescue squad for 30 years. She taught Bible school at Lutheran Church in Wilber and once served as the president of the LCW Club. Her hobbies include reading and embroidering many sets of dish towels and baby blankets which she gave as gifts. She enjoyed cooking and baking for the family. She made the best chocolate chip cookies which were enjoyed by her children and grandchildren. The cookie jar was often emptied by those who came to visit, so Alice made sure the jar was always refilled. Her fried chicken and macaroni salad was a favorite of all the families at parties and reunions.\n\nAlice was preceded in death by her Parents, Husband, Lawrence Vlasak; Son, Robert Vlasak; Daugther, Linda Oltman; Granddaughter, Kristy Vlasak; great-grandson, Sidney Stern; Sisters, Mildred Kvasnicka, Irene Richtarik, Alma Fittro; Brothers, Frank, Richard, Elmer, Alvin, and Edward Filipi; Sisters-in-law, Evelyn, Berniece, and Elizabeth Filipi and Pearl Focken; Brothers-in-law Stanley Richtarik, Robert Fittro, Elmer Koll, Herbert Vlasak and Lawrence Focken.\n\n\n\nShe is survived by her children, Paula (Bud) Quincy of Albion, Larry (JoAnn) Vlasak; Gordon (Brenda) Vlasak, all of Wilber; Sister, Edna Koll; Sisters-in-law, Virginia Filipi, Phyllis Fillipi and Ellen Vlasak; Grandchildren, Jon (Angie) Quincy, Lisa (Blane) Rump, Bobbi (Monty) Greenwood, Jay (Sara) Placek, Jeff Placek and Fiance Lisa, and Dawn (Rob) Stimple; 12 Great-grandchildren, 2 Great-great grandchildren, and many Nieces and Nephews.\n\nMemorial Service will be held Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 11:00am at the Wilber First Evangelical Lutheran Church. A private family Graveside Service will be held immediately folllowing the Memorial Serivce at the Wilber Czech Cemetery.\n\nPlease note masks will be required.\n\nMemorials to the family for future designation.