Alvira L. Agee

04/02/1926 –


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  • Funeral Service
Date: 04/01/2020
Time: 2:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm
  • Graveside Service
Time: 3:00 pm
 – 4:00 pm


Alvira L. Agee passed away on March 28, 2020. In support of our city officials and the health of our community, no other guests will be allowed to attend the in-person event at this time. A live stream of the service is available and available for thirty days at, where you may share memories and expressions of sympathy. We will celebrate her life of 93 years at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel.

Alvira L. Agee was born on April 2, 1926, to Alfred and Annie Clemetson in Plentywood, Montana. Alvira married Charlie Agee on June 2, 1962, in Roswell, New Mexico. She started her adventure by getting her nursing education in Spokane, WA. One of her friends had the idea for them to join the Army after graduation. Mom’s friend changed her mind and got married but Mom decided to go ahead and join. She entered in as an officer due to her training. At that time, the Army branched off into what is now known as the Air Force. She did not have to go through basic training but had to teach herself to salute. Mom was able to travel overseas and see many things that most people never get a chance to see. She never regretted joining the military and would encourage others to do the same. Throughout her life, many people told her, “You can’t do that,” so she would tell them, “I CAN DO THAT!”  She did, and did it well, and made a very good life.

Survivors include her two sons, Dwayne Agee, Robert Wesley Agee and wife, Lynor; daughter, Charlotte Alarcon; two grandchildren, Michaela Tidwell and husband, Jeremy; and Tomas Alarcon; great-grandchild, Levy Alexis Tidwell; three sisters, Dolores Meade, Lavina Dooley, and Shirley Deitz.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Alfred and Annie Clemetson; husband, Charlie Kendrick Agee; two brothers, Lester Arden Clemetson, Leroy Clemetson.

Celebration of Life



11 thoughts on “Alvira L. Agee”

  1. Your mother was a very good friend to all of us at HBPC VA. She was a remarkable woman and it was a privilege to care for her. My deepest sympathy.

  2. I am a Lake Ridge lady… so very sorry for your loss . May God grant all the family grace and comfort. ♥️??

  3. Alvira was the sweetest lady! I always looked forward to seeing her at the Lake Ridge Ladies dinners. She always had a story to tell me and was always happy enjoying the time out with her daughter. She loved her family very much and she loved her country. She will be missed by many. To the family, I am so sorry for your loss.
    May you find much comfort knowing she is with Him, our loving Father.

    Gayle Severe

  4. I always enjoyed seeing Alvira at the Lake Ridge Ladies dinners. She always had a smile on her face and was a joy to be around. She will be missed.

  5. Marilyn Jamison

    What wonderful memories to know your mom was loved by so many and had such “spunk”. Our prayers are with you.
    Marilyn Jamison
    Lake Ridge Lady

  6. I remember Alvira when she was on the South Plains Honor Flight in 2016. I was a guardian that year and we were on the same bus. Such a lovely lady. God Bless her and the family she left behind/

    Dianna Walker, South Plains Honor Flight Committee Member

  7. Deepest condolences from her cousin Ian MacLeod and Ruth to Alvira’s family. The first time that I met her (that I remember) was the summer of 1960 when our family visited Aunt Annie and Uncle Alfred. Then my brother and I spent the summer with the Clemetson’s in Hayden Lake in 1961 and I remember Alvira and her white Cadillac.

  8. Sending love and deepest sympathy from the Gittins, family of Laveena Anne MacLeod Gittins-cousin to Alvira. Thinking of Great Aunt Annie as well now….Love to you all!

  9. So sorry for your great loss. May God’s riches blessings surround you and your family in the days ahead.

    Jan Fleming

  10. What a wonderful and interesting lady! I was pleased to be at her table Many times at the Lakeridge Ladies dinner. She was so proud of her painted fingernails her granddaughter had done for her. I also enjoyed her daughter that was always with her.

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