Alicia made friends everywhere she went. To her no one was a stranger. No matter your race, beliefs, or situation in life she befriended you. This is one of her many endearing qualities.
Alicia grew up in Fort Worth, Texas. She traveled alot and the last 30 years of her life she called Knoxville, Tennessee and Tampa, Florida home. She enjoyed a good laugh and phone conversations with her family and friends. Socializing and dancing whenever possible. Oh and her Spanish Novellas.
Her Pride and Joy has always been her two sons. She leaves behind her Legacy. James (Tony) and Albert (Bert).
The only thing that surpassed them was the Love, Joy and Pride she had for her 7 Grandchildren. Alejandro, Angelina, Gabriel, Ashlynn, Aaron, Alyssa, Liliana.
And the daughters of her heart. The mothers of her grandchildren Laura & Rachel Rodriguez
Alicia was one of 10 childern. She is proceeded in death by both her parents Alberto Treto and Hortencia Andrade. Along with four siblings - Brothers Theodore & Raymond Treto, Joseph Rodriguez, and sister Beatrice Gomez.
She is survived by five siblings. Sisters - Mary Villafuerta, Anita Andrade and Bothers - Paul Andrade, Nathan Andrade, John Andrade and his wife Margie.
She was a Aunt (Tia),great Aunt (Tia), and Great great Aunt (Tia) to many.
The fondest memories that each grandchild has of Alicia is that she took the time and put forth a interest in what they were doing, supported them, and always told them they were loved.
If there is one thing Alicia would have wanted to leave you as a memory of her is Love.
Love for yourself
Love for your children/ grandchildren
Love for your family
Love for your neighbor
Love for your enemy
Love for your heavenly father
Just Love... love brings Peace, Joy and contentment.