Of Sandwich, entered eternal rest & peace on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at the age of 49.
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Born on March 15, 1969 in Cambridge. She is the beloved Daughter of Mary (Cincotta-Gage) & Step-Dad, Raymond Brannelly, (both born in Ma) of Sarasota, Fl and loving sister to the late Baby Frankie, and her furry companions, "Gizmo" and "Sally", both predeceased, but "Sandy Paws", was always by her side.
Alicia moved to Sarasota, about 30 years ago, for the blue skies, sunsets, wide-open spaces and beaches, but returned to MA, and became her cousin, Christine Pierson's roommate. They grew into BFFs', like sisters; was a devoted friend and Alicia's Godmother, from 2009, before moving recently to Sandwich.
They enjoyed outside concerts, Floral exhibits, animals and eating out.
Alicia enjoyed going shopping with her Auntie Val, or having their hair and nails, done together, or watching Uncle Johnny make Italian sauce, for the parmasean, and she would dunk the scali bread, when he turned his back, then they both would laugh. Both of them, loving and devoted Godparents to Alicia, whom she loved dearly. Alicia also enjoyed music, long walks through Fl parks & nature trails, mile-long Bridges and Bible Study, with her BFF, Ashleigh Ann (Willhite), and especially going to the beach, with BFF, Jacy Quinn, (Fl) along with long talks, movies, dancing and pranks.
Cherished granddaughter, of the late "Noni & Nono", Josephine (Paino) & Bartolo J. Cincotta Jr. and paternal "grandma" Helene (Gryncel) Gage. Beloved Great niece of "Uncle Mil" (& Aunt Genevieve (Paino), Spagnuolo. Beloved neice of Lainie (the late Richard) Gage, friends &1st cousins, Becca and Nick Gage; Sandi and Donny Brannelly.
Alicia loved & lived life, to the fullest. Alicia was an amazing cook. She lit up a room, when she walked in, She had a sensitive heart towards people in pain and heartbroken, would share her testimony of what Jesus did for her, then say: "If He did it for me, He will do it for you!"
Alicia touched so many people, and if you ever met her, you'd never forget it. She was a light in a dark place and the salt of the earth.
Relatives and friends, are respectfully invited to attend, a memorial mass of Christian Burial in celebration of Alicia's life at St. Jude Church, 147 Main St. Waltham, on Friday, January 4th, @ 10:30 A.M. Committal services will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Waltham.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Alicia's name, to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Ave. Boston, MA 02215