Alice Mae (Fitzgerald) Lindburg was born on June 25, 1906 in Adams County, Iowa on a farm near Kent. She was the daughter of Thomas Edward and Nancy Ellen (Finch) Fitzgerald. She graduated from Creston, Iowa High School in 1923 and from Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri in 1925.\n\nAlice was employed for thirteen years in the office of the Iowa State Board of Regents. In April of 1941, she moved to Washington D.C. to work in the Army Judge Advocate Generals Office until the end of World War II. At the conclusion of the War Alice returned to Iowa to serve as Treasurer of the Iowa Schools for the Deaf.\n\nIn December 1947, Alice married Wallace A. Lindburg in Council Bluffs, Iowa. They moved to Essex, Iowa on Christmas day 1950 and lived in the Lindburg Family home for over fifty years. During those years, Alice was involved in many organizations including the first Presbyterian Church, P.E.O., D.A.R., Republican Party Co Chairman, and the Essex Library Board. Alice was especially proud of her P.E.O. service and the Library Board. She also served as the Essex Post Master. Alice was especially proud of her P.E.O. service and the Lied Library.\n\nAlice was preceded in death by her parents, her only brother Howard M. Fitzgerald, her only nephew Thomas E. Fitzgerald, and her husband Wallace A. Lindburg. She is survived by her niece Sharon Fitzgerald of Carlisle, and her Grand Nephews; William J. Fitzgerald and wife Dorothy, John F. Fitzgerald, David L. Fitzgerald and wife Moreen, Dale E. Fitzgerald, and Grand Niece Danette L. Kuehn (Fitzgerald) and husband Michael Kuehn. Alice also is survived by many other nieces and nephews, as well as many many very close friends. She was loved and will be missed by us all.