Ann B. Davis, the actress who played Alice on “The Brady Bunch,” passed away Saturday after falling and hitting her head. She was 88.
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Davis played the friendly housekeeper for five years, and in that role she not only taught the six Brady kids how to get along, but passed on some great life lessons to viewers as well.
As fans mourn Davis' loss, we asked you how you would remember her. Take a look at some of your favorite memories of the beloved character Alice, which you shared with us on the HLN Facebookpage:
Gaylene O.: She was more than a housekeeper -- she was part of the family.
Stacy R.: Alice was the glue that kept the Bradys running. R.I.P.
Kelly A.: One of my favorite Alice moments was when she played the witch from “Snow White” in the backyard play. Also loved when she fell in the dunk tank. She was a great lady. She will be missed. We don’t have anyone like her anymore.
Shaun M.: Alice on the trampoline!! Loved Alice's smile & wit!! Ann B. Davis really brought her to life!! R.I.P. & may you sing with the Angels.
Judy W.: Alice and her butcher buddy Sam!
Kathleen M.: I always wanted her to come to my house when I was little! R.I.P. Ann!
Sharon R.: She played a great part and I got to see her in a local play in New Orleans [where] she spoke about being a Christian on TV.
Patty V.: That family would have fallen apart with[out] her… She cooked, cleaned, counseled, went on trips… R.I.P.
Chrysa P.: I remember crying as a kid, thinking Alice wasn't coming back! We will miss you!