Alyce Rainville-Lentz, 69, of Etters and formerly of New Cumberland, passed unexpectedly on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at home.
Alyce was a retired realtor with Brokers Realty, Lewisberry; a regional manager with Tuesday Morning shops in PA and MD; an interior designer for Ethan Allen Furniture and Rain’s Furniture Affair, both in Camp Hill. She was a former member of the Greater Harrisburg Realtor Association, National Association of Realtors, Pennsylvania Association of Realtors, Red Hat’s, and a former Confirmed member of Church of the Epiphany Episcopal Church, Dalton, PA. She attended Upper Merion, Clarks Summit – Abbington, East Pennsboro, Camp Hill High School before graduating from Manheim Township High School in 1969. She attended Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster where she met her husband and father to her two sons. She enjoyed the arts, theater, murder mysteries, The Beatles, the beach and family vacations – especially trips to Mexico where she swam the Blue Lagoon.
Alyce was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1951 to the late Joseph Alexander Rainville III and Pauline Dee (Hunushik) Rainville-Hill. In addition to her parents and grandparents, she was preceded in death by a sister Alexis Mullikin,(and John Michael Mullikin), her ex-husband Jeffrey, step-mother Carol, her best friend, Mary O’Toole ,step-dads Henry F Hill, and Bungie Bongart , nephew Richard Piatt, Aunts Florence Anne Rainville Bottomley (James), William Rainville, Mary Ann Bacigal (Paul), cousin Douglas Bottomley.
She is survived by her sons, Judd and his wife Danelle, Adam Lentz, siblings, Arlene “Rain” Hess (Al Hess, Jr), John Rainville (Betty Lenker-Piatt), Renee Rainville (Bonnie Taylor), Joie Marouchoc (David), grandchildren, Nicholas, Samantha, Alleyah, Lyam, Mike, Christopher and Brittany; and a great granddaughter Margeaux, nieces Leisa “Brooke” Hess (Jerry), Michelle Cottingham (Jason), Aimee Scullin (Bill), Robin Piatt (Jesse), Chantel Terry (Derek), Nephews Christopher Mullikin (Asia), Robert Piatt (Alice), Tyler Piatt (Sara) and their children.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.