Alice Meacom

Alice Marie Meacom

Sunday, October 19th, 1930 - Wednesday, May 13th, 2020
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It is with great sadness to announce the passing of Alice M. Meacom. A resident of South Norfolk, Chesapeake and affectionately referred to as “Ree” by family, Alice passed away on May 13, 2020 at her home on Rodgers street at the age of 89.
She was born on October 19, 1930 and a lifetime resident of South Norfolk. She graduated from South Norfolk High School and furthered her education at Radford University with a degree in Physical Education. She started playing fast pitch softball in 1949 with the Norfolk Rams at the age of 19. Alice was a teacher at Lake Taylor High School, where she coached the Titans Girls Softball Team, taught Physical Education, and Driver Education, but her earlier position was with Norview High School. Alice played slow pitch softball from 1966-1974 with the Travelers including 3 national tournaments, where she helped execute a triple play during the 1970 game. Alice refereed girls’ basketball along with coaching the Lake Taylor High School boys swim team for a year. She was inducted into the ASA Hall of Fame, as well as, the Chesapeake Sports Club Legends of Honor with her lifelong friend the late Marilyn Burgess. She volunteered with Chesapeake General Hospital and Meals on Wheels. Alice was one to be “on the go” all the time.
She was predeceased by her mother, Bessie Peebles Meacom; father, Earnest Meacom; sister, Estelle Meacom Templeton; brothers, Marion Meacom and Billie Meacom, Sr. She leaves behind 5 nieces and 6 nephews.
The family invites friends to pay their respects Monday, May 18, 2020 from 10-6pm at Graham Funeral Home, 1112 Kempsville Rd. Chesapeake. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 2pm at the funeral home with Pastor Andrew Schwartz officiating. Please visit to view the service if unable to attend and to leave a condolence or share a story in Alice’s memory.
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  • Visitation

    Monday, May 18th, 2020 | 10:00am - 6:00pm
    Monday, May 18th, 2020 10:00am - 6:00pm
    Graham Funeral Home
    1112 Kempsville Road
    Chesapeake, VA 23320
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  • Service

    Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 2:00pm
    Graham Funeral Home
    1112 Kempsville Road
    Chesapeake, VA 23320
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Pastor Andrew Schwartz
  • Interment

    Riverside Memorial Park
    1000 Indian River Road
    Norfolk, Virginia 23523
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Cathy Williams

Posted at 04:01pm
Alice was one terrific lady! I worked with her at LT and despite the fact that I taught on the third floor and she taught on the first, our paths would frequently cross. She was kind, gracious, respectful of others, and she loved working with the her kids. Her teams became her girls and she gave them the love and discipline any "mom" would. When she retired, she gave some of the teachers small carvings she had created - and I felt great pleasure that she included me in that group. I am so glad I had the opportunity to know her - she was a special teacher and a special person.
Cathy and Bob Williams

Theresa Street and Micki Street-Moran

Posted at 01:10pm
My sister and I played for Coach Meacom at Lake Taylor in the early 80s. She was an amazing coach. My sister and I adored her and appreciated her patience and love for the game. Our team that year didn't do well, but that represents more of us and NOT her. I always thought of her and wondered how she spent the rest of her years after retirement. I see that she lived as I had the service of others. She will be missed but not forgotten. Love to her legacy and family.

Mary Jane Walters Inman

Posted at 03:12pm
Sending love and prayers to all who knew and loved Alice. She was a remarkable lady and will be truly missed by all. I will never forget my dear friend and all the wonderful things she accomplished in her amazing life. With much love and deep sympathy, Mary Jane W. Inman

Dale Kollath

Posted at 03:08pm
Alice was my teacher and coach at Norview. She was my mentor. I followed in her footsteps at Radford College, I became a teacher and coach. She guided me and I was blessed to teach and coach with her at Lake Taylor. Thank you my friend! I love you, Dale Kollath

karen benton

Posted at 12:06am
I met Alice when I was dating my husband. I played softball with some fantastic girls that became great role models to many. Alice Meacom was my role model. I had the pleasure to coach softball with her during my daughter's school years. She assisted me with getting our South Norfolk girls their first chance to play fast pitch. South Norfolk parks and rec would only have slow pitch leagues. So we took our girls to Va Beach to play. She never made me feel bad about giving signals to the girls, it being my first time I looked like a rag doll trying to give signals. She only told me to slow everything down but as I look back all I can do is laugh about it. What a site it had to be... To show you how competitive Alice was even in her 60's, she insisted on me hitting an infield ball harder to show one of the players how to field it. Unfortunately it took a bad hop and her glove on the ground where it should have been, did not come up in time to stop from hitting her leg What a bruise! As I walked her to a bench she insisted it was nothing. I think that was the last time she let me hit her a ball on the infield. Ha! She, always was passionate in teaching lessons, sportsmanship, and the right thing to do, Her love and wisdom will live on through those that loved her.

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