I send you and your family my deepest condolences. I had the pleasure of knowing Alicia when she came to New York City. I actually had interviewed her by phone for the position at Ruder Finn, and I was delighted that she accepted the job. She was wonderful to work with—and I loved her positive attitude. She was always a Texan by heart, however. When I left NYC, I gave her a book on Texas full of beautiful images of the state. She sent me a sweet thank you note—and I could feel her glowing smile! I was glad to hear from her over the years as her career progressed. She was a sincere, caring and beautiful person. She will be missed dearly.
Nikki, my heart broke when I heard of Alicia's passing. She grew into a wonderful soul. I hope you can find some comfort in knowing how many people she touched in her too short time.
Nikki and Tom - we are so very sad to hear about the loss of your beautiful daughter Alicia. The last time we saw her she had to have been 7 or 8 years old over at 4450 Campus Avenue at Mimi's house. It looks like she grew up to be a beautiful woman inside and out. Stay strong our prayers are with you and your family. xoxo Ninfa & Jim DiAnna
Nikki, what a great daughter and a what a wonderful example to all of us on how to lead a true, unselfish Christian life. Her ablity to keep her faith to the very end says it all.I am still in Montana and could not attend her services. I am just so,so sorry for your loss.
Although I did not know Alicia her obit is outstanding and she was a truly outstanding young woman. The world was blessed to have such a person - even for a short time. Prayers your way!!!!