Ms. Alcon is born in Orange City, Iowa to Albert Lee and Clarice Victoria deBey Gerard.
Ms. Alcon receives a Bachelor of Arts from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College).
Ms. Alcon becomes a caseworker at Springfield State Hospital in Sykesville, Maryland.
Ms. Alcon gives birth to her son, Russell Lee.
Ms. Alcon gives birth to her daughter, Cheryl Lynn.
Ms. Alcon gives birth to her son, Kurt Joseph.
Ms. Alcon is appointed director of the Social Work Department of Hanover General Hospital in Pennsylvania.
Ms. Alcon receives a Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland.
Ms. Alcon is certified through the Academy of Certified Social Workers.
Ms. Alcon serves as a consultant for the Hanover Visiting Nurse Association.
Ms. Alcon receives the York Daily Record Exceptional Citizen Award.
Ms. Alcon becomes active in the first of five Masonic orders.
Ms. Alcon marries David Edward Alcon.
Ms. Alcon becomes a clinical associate professor at the School of Social Work and Social Planning at the University of Maryland.
Ms. Alcon retires as a medical social worker.
Ms. Alcon is presented with the Companion of the Temple Award by the Grand Encampment of the Knights of Templar.
Ms. Alcon now has three grandsons and three granddaughters.
Ms. Alcon is installed as the Supreme Worthy President of Supreme Assembly within the Social Order of the Beauceant.
Ms. Alcon becomes a member of the Blue Star Mothers of America.
Ms. Alcon is active in Order of the Eastern Star, Order of the Amaranth, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, and the Social Order of the Beauceant.