BELFAST – Alice C. Woodbury, 93, died June 2, 2008, in Belfast. She was born April 16, 1915, in Ellsworth. She graduated from Ellsworth High School in 1933 and received her teaching certificate from Eastern State Normal School, Castine, in 1935. After graduation, she taught all grades in schools in Carroll and Clifton, and elementary grades in Lynnfield Center, Mass. Further education was at Northeastern University, where she studied library science. Mrs. Woodbury was employed by Welcome Wagon Inc. as a hostess, assistant supervisor and supervisor in eastern Massachusetts. Her duties included development and training of new hostesses providing welcoming services to newcomers, new brides, new mothers and babies, and marketing services to businesses throughout her area. Later Mrs. Woodbury developed an Amway distributorship in Massachusetts. She and her husband, Roger, began an early retirement relocating to Belfast in 1969. It was in Maine that they developed the Amway distributorship into one of Maine’s largest. In addition to her business interests, Mrs. Woodbury was an active member of The First Church, Belfast – Congregational, serving on the missions, stewardship and investment review committees, and the women’s league. She also served as coordinator of state ecumenical programs, chairwoman of the Serve Project, and president of Waldo County Church Women United. She was recognized as Woman of the Year by Waldo County Church Women United in 1991. Mrs. Woodbury was a member of Women’s Legislative Council of Maine as a delegate from Waldo County Republican Women’s Club, where she served terms as chaplain and corresponding secretary, and worked on the membership committee. She served several terms as chairwoman of Belfast’s first food cupboard. An avid quilter, Mrs. Woodbury was an active member of The Belfast Friendship Sampler Quilters and Pine Tree Quilters Club. Of her many achievements, none brought her more pleasure than to complete quilts for her children and grandchildren. Mrs. Woodbury was a proud member of the Penobscot Expedition Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was predeceased by her husband of 70 years. She is survived by a daughter, Jean W. Isteero of Baltimore; a son, Roger M. Woodbury of Trenton; five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A celebration of her life will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19, at The First Church, Belfast. In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Woodbury requested that donations in the name of Alice Cushman Woodbury be given to the Cushman Scholarship Fund at Maine Community Foundation, 245 Main St., Ellsworth, ME 04605. Arrangements under the care of Crabiel-Riposta Funeral Home.