She was the youngest of two daughters to Chris and Larry Carlson of Nine Mile Falls, WA; and the younger sister to Connie Carlson (Gerbus) of Portland, Oregon.
Alicia lived most of her life in and around Spokane, attending Cheney schools then graduating from Mead High School in 1998.
Above all, Alicia loved life and what it had to give.
Her many interests were writing, art, jewelry making, traveling, animals and befriending many, many beautiful people.
Pursuing her love of outdoors, She was employed at Yellowstone National Park, where she worked for several years at multiple locations.
A celebration and remembrance for Alicia will be held Saturday, June 22, 2013; Spokane Universalist Unitarian Church: 11 a.m.
Reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a domestic violence program or the Hutton Orphanage (Spokane).
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