Together they enjoyed fishing and bowling. In 2009, Alice and Bob were inducted into the bowling Hall of Fame by the Montana USBC Association for their bowling accomplishments.
Alice enjoyed interior decorating with a flair for Oriental furnishings in which she even made a solo trip to Hong Kong to satisfy that passion.
She loved her toy poodles and taking them on walks around their home on Little Bear road to pick wild Oregon grapes. Alice's favorite flower was the rose, which was evident by the beautiful rose garden she kept.
Alice is survived by her husband, Bob Nash, of 43 years; her three sons, Bill Miller of California, Tony Dexter of Alabama, and Bruce Barnes, retired USMC Colonel of Las Vegas, Nevada; two grandsons, Jeff Barnes, USMC Major of Yuma, Arizona and Michael Barnes of Salt Lake City, Utah; and four great-granddaughters; two stepdaughters, Paula (Chris) Brinker and their two daughters of Rapid City, S.D. and Lisa (Tom) Rysavy, two sons and one daughter of Sioux Falls, S.D.
There will be a private interment at the Whitepine Cemetery.