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773 Moody Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Phone: 781-893-6260
Fax: 781-893-5965
Alicia Gage

Alicia M. Gage

Saturday, March 15th, 1969 - Sunday, December 16th, 2018
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Of Sandwich, entered eternal rest & peace on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at the age of 49.

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
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  • Service

    Friday, January 4th, 2019 | 10:30am
    When
    Friday, January 4th, 2019 10:30am
    Location
    Saint Jude Parish
    Address
    147 Main Street
    WALTHAM, MA 02453
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  • Interment

    Friday, January 4th, 2019 |
    When
    Friday, January 4th, 2019
    Location
    Calvary Cemetery
    Address
    255 High Street
    WALTHAM, MA 02453
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Jacy Quinn

Posted at 10:37pm
You didn’t have to know Alicia to realize that there was something special about her. From the moment you met her you felt instantly at ease, as if you had known her for years. She had a way of connecting with people; old, young, poor, rich… it didn’t matter where you came from or where you were going. She just loved meeting people. Her acceptance of others was as genuine as her smile; a smile that would light up the room like the sun coming up on warm summer day. Her laughter immediately made you feel like family, folding you in its giggly arms, surrounding you in the folds of joy. Most people say that their loved ones would give the shirts off their back – but this could never be truer than it was for Alicia. She had a genuine feeling for others and would do whatever she could to help anyone that needed it. (whether they wanted it or not...lol) That is how we met; at work. I didn’t have a car and she found out that we lived close to each other, so she started taking me to and from work. That was nearly 30 years ago. We’ve had so many adventures... some good and some that I can’t talk about without legal representation… JUST KIDDING! Over the years, we would periodically loose contact for one reason or another, but we always found each other again… purposely or just coincidently, but no matter how long we went without talking it was always as if we had just spoken the day before. She would call “Hi..its me!” and I could hear the smile on her face. Of course, you couldn’t know Alicia long without meeting Mom and Dad. That is how we all refer to Alicia’s mom, Mary, and step-Dad, Ray. She adored them and wanted to share them with all her friends. I was a single mom at the time and not very close with my own family. They took me in, children and all, treating us like family. Mary often kept my children overnight on the weekends. Alicia loved my kids, as if they were her own. She would take them out and truly enjoyed just hanging out with them. She would stop by just to drop off some little thing that she picked up at the store for them. She adored children, anyone’s children. It didn’t matter to her. Kids were special to her. She loved them all. There were times we would be out shopping or browsing the mall and even the most annoying terrorizing toddlers would be, to her, adorable. I would want to run, and she would want to stop and play with the kids! I have so many amazing and wonderful memories of Alicia that I couldn’t begin to share them because I would want to share them all. I could go on for pages and pages. But for all the memories, one thing that stands out the most for me is the way she would always see things from a brighter perspective. She could turn a hurricane into a rainbow. She always sought the positive in any situation and it was her perspective, the way she saw me, that inspired me to go back to school. She made me believe in myself and I went from being a 9th grade drop out to obtaining a BA degree from USF. It was her perspective, her encouragement, her belief in me that showed me that I could do more… I could be more. Alicia was the only true friend I have ever known-my best friend- my soul sister- the one person that knew everything about me and loved me anyway. 😊I am so grateful that I was blessed with the gift of knowing her- I will treasure it always. It breaks my heart that she has left this world too soon, but I am sadder for all those who didn’t get to meet her, to witness her magical smile or relish in the melody of her laughter …. I know I will see her again and when I do it will be just like it has always been… as if we just talked yesterday. “HI! Its me..”
AG

ashleigh gerbers

Posted at 10:54am
I first met Alicia when I was in a rough place. She had a way of reaching out to those who were in difficult places and looking out for the underdog. She was the first person I ever prayed with. I’ll never forget it. I had just started reading the bible and praying on my own, but never with another person. I wasn’t raised in church and had no idea people even prayed together, so when she grabbed my hand and said, “Come on let’s pray,” I looked like a deer caught in the headlights. But, she wouldn’t really take no for an answer and I awkwardly said my first prayer with another person…with Alicia. I’ve been praying up a storm ever since and to this day, it’s the greatest strength I’ve found. She soon introduced me to Mary and Ray, who took me to church every Sunday and after a year went by, welcomed me into their home as if I was their own. I don’t know where I’d be without having met Alicia. We were so much alike. We had a special, unique, sisterly bond from the get go. I have flashbacks of her laughing and really wonderful memories with her. The two of us would sneak around the corner to scare her mom (or my mom when she was in town). We both loved cats, probably because of how mischievous they are. And cute and cuddly. We tried our hardest to eat healthy, but often succumbed to Ray’s Klondike bars and Wavy Lays Potato Chips. We walked for exercise and laughed so hard at the Madea plays (before the movies came out). One time we took a short road trip to visit my parents and I thought I saw a moose in this field…only to realize it was a wood carving someone cut out just to fool people like me. She laughed so hard I think she peed her pants. We laughed about that for a whole year. I am so grateful Alicia pursued freedom and a relationship with Jesus. It is comforting for me to know where she is right now and who she is with. I’m sad, but the joy of knowing she is in heaven with the love of my life (Jesus) overshadows the pain. I would have loved for her to meet my baby that will be born in April. But I know someday she will. She always wanted one or two of her own. I bet she has lots of children to play with in heaven, including her brother. She will be missed my many. She has a heart of gold and made an impression on everyone she met. We loved her so much, even when she isolated or kept us at a distance at times, we knew she just needed to do her thing. What a gem she is. I will always have a special place in my heart for her. Love, her sister in Christ and dear friend, Ashleigh
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