Alicia K. "Luka"-Sexton-Obituary

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Alicia K. "Luka" Sexton

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Still missing you Alicia...hugs in heaven

I am still missing you hun. Now Brandon is up there hanging out in heaven with you. I miss all of our long chats by the campfire. I really miss those outstanding back rubs. Love you Alicia!!!!

Rest in Peace

We pray the love of God enfolds you during this difficult time. Praying for peace and comfort. Linda Morgan, Greenback, Tennessee

We were so sorry to hear about Alicia's passing. We hope that the love of family and friends will comfort and strengthen you in the days ahead. Alica will be missed. God Bless you Gail Headrick, Maryville, Tennessee

Hoping that time will help soften your sadness leaving only beautiful memories that will last forever in your heart. So sorry for your loss . R.I.P.Alicia

Rest in peace my dear first "Little" neighbor from Brandywine. I met you when you were 2 1/2 and have loved you ever since. May you be soaring with the stars above and sending your love for evermore to all below.

RIPAlicia you were taken to soon hugs

Rest in Peace Alicia Sexton It was an honor spending time with you the last decade. You were such a joy to be around and always a smile. You always brought happiness to any situation. We love you so much. Aunt Karen & Uncle Greg Spencer. Can't imagine Woodhaven without you.


Alicia K. "Luka"'s Obituary

Alicia K. "Luka" Sexton 42 of Portland, OR. Beloved mother of Chloe Finn. Loving daughter of Stephen Sexton and Claudia Rogus. Dear sister of Jessica (Bud) Haley, Katie ( Rob) Erickson and Drew Barnhart .She was born August 12, 1974 at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, IL. Alicia graduated from Willowbook High School in Villa Park, IL, in 1992.In addition to Illinois, she also lived in California and Oregon. No matter where she was, Alicia lived in the moment, embracing the people and places she called home throughout her life.Alicia loved the outdoors. On a nice afternoon she could often be found with her hands in the dirt of her garden, which she considered to be her “happy place.” Alicia spent her evenings gazing up at the sky, looking for shooting stars. She also loved camping with her friends and family. If she was stuck inside, Alicia spent her time reading books or watching her beloved Doctor Who. Memorial visitation Thursday Sept 1, 2016 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a 7:30 p.m. Memorial service at Steuerle Funeral Home 350 S. Ardmore Ave, Villa Park, ILIn lieu of flowers please donate to Alicia's daughter's future needs fund. Thank you!

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