Alice Grace Fryslie was born in Helena, Montana on May 25, 1928 to parents Alice Mae (Paul) and John W. Lefebre of Great Falls, Montana. Alice was raised in Great Falls where she attended grade and high school. She continued her education by attending Great Falls Commercial College, Canada College of San Francisco, and Montana State College. She began her career with S. H. Kress Company in Great Falls as a window designer. Alice married Martin Johansen in Great Falls on August 23, 1945. Alice and Martin had one son, David. In 1956 they moved to Bozeman while Martin attended Montana State College. Alice worked at the Montana State College Book Store. Following her divorce she moved back to Great Falls for a short period of time working for the Montana Heart Association. Upon returning to Bozeman in 1961 she was then employed by Empire Federal Savings and Loan. She married Harold Fryslie on March 3, 1961 in Helena, bringing together four children from previous marriages. Alice and Harold actively supported each other in his military and political career as well as all her business endeavors. Alice became a true entrepreneur. She started her own business, Multi Business Service, Inc., a management/consulting and development firm. Over the span of many years, Alice was the executive director of the Montanan Outfitters and Dude Ranchers Association, the Montanan Cattlemen#8217;s Association and the Northern Division of the U.S. Ski Association which involved her in the position of lobbyist, both State and National, for these organizations. Alice owned and operated two travel agencies and was a past chairman of the Odyssey Foundation, a travel and promotion related organization primarily active in world travel. Alice was an appointee to the Rocky Mountain Regional Advisory Committee to National Parks, Gubernatorial appointee to the Federation of Rocky Mountain States, member of the Board of Directors of the Western Environmental Trades Association, and State Director of Service Corps of Retired Executives and the International Executive Services Corp. Throughout Alice#8217;s life she received numerous awards, including the Montana Heart Association award as the first woman Chairman of the Board; Special Achievement Pin from the President of the United States, 1974; Who#8217;s Who in American Women, 1977/1978; Boss of the Year in Helena, MT in 1981; Small Business Association/SCORE volunteer of the Year Award for Montana in 1998; and the Small Business Association appreciation award for helping establish the Bozeman Business Information Center located in the Bozeman Chamber of Commerce building in 2000. She served on the Board of Directors of Career Transitions from 1999 to 2009, as Chairman in 2003, and Chairman of the Hope Lutheran Church personnel Committee in 2001. Alice was a long term member of the Hope Lutheran Church, Lily of the Valley Order of Eastern Star, Service Corps of Retired Executives, International Executive Service Corp and the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce. She enjoyed traveling, sewing, and oil and water color painting as well as many other forms of art work. Alice was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Margaret. Survivors include her brother, Johnny Lefebre of Great Falls; children, David (Phyllis) Johansen of Bozeman, Cynthia Nelson of Belgrade, MT, Alan (Jackie) Fryslie of Ronan, MT; and Denise (Cliff) Willis of St. Louis, MO; nine grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.