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Obituary: Alice Marie Bitto (Delcorps)


October 11, 1993 ~ September 21, 2020

Alice Marie Bitto (Delcorps), 26, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends on September 21, 2020. She is finally free from the pain and suffering of the past few years. Alice was born in Green Bay on October 11, 1993 to Steve and Jeanette Delcorps. Soon after, her family moved to Sturgeon Bay where she spent most of her life. Alice was a bright and beautiful child who loved to ride around in her stroller and was her parents’ baby. She has always known how to pull on their sensitive cord. Alice grew up in her parents’ restaurant in Sturgeon Bay where she discovered her love for baking. Some of her favorite baked goods were: banana bread, Christmas cookies, cheesecake, and apple pie. Alice attended Southern Door School where she made many lifelong friendships. She has worked at Morning Glory restaurant as a baker/cook, at the Algoma Long Term Care Unit as an activity aide where she brightened up the lives of the elderly, as well as at Alorica as a than RSC until she got sick. Alice married the love of her life, Tyler Bitto, on June 21, 2014. They were high school sweethearts and shared many fond memories together. They also share two beautiful children together, Evangeline and Elijah. Being their mother was her most rewarding job and came naturally. The love she had for Tyler and his children was endless and will forever be held up as an example of devoted and selfless love. She is survived by her children: Evangeline and Elijah; Husband, Tyler; Parents, Steve and Jeanette; Siblings, Angie, Mike, Jay (Amanda); nieces, Emmy, Ella; Nephews, Tyler, Garret; Grandmother, Carol; In-laws, Aaron, Terri, Ally, Erin (Lukas), Jeff (Steph); Several great-aunts, great-uncles, aunts, uncles and cousins; Special Friends Forever, Amber, Sam, Kayla, Trevor, Marlene; second mom and dad, Lily and Rick Krueger; Incredible cats, Fluffy, Fefe, Chip, Dale, Frannie; and many others who loved him. She is predeceased by her grandfathers, Ray, Charlie; great-grandmother, Evangeline; Great-grandfather, Nora. A celebration of life will be held at the Brussels Community Center located at 1366 Junction Road, Brussels, WI 54204 on Saturday, October 3, 2020 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The family asks in lieu of flowers, donations be made directly to the family for the support of their children and spouse during this difficult time. Special thanks to Heartland Hospice who worked diligently to make Alice’s wishes come true.