Alicia Marie Kush

1947 ∼ 2020

Lisa Willcox of Falmouth, MA wrote:

My heart breaks for you Justine. I know how close you were to your mother. I know that she was surrounded by so much love in her last days. Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Lisa, Eric, Merritt, and Marine Willcox

Andrea and Daniel May of Desert Hills AZ wrote:

Most precious woman I have ever known. For over 60 years. My life will never be the same without you in it. I cherish all the wonderful memories we made together. I Will Always Love You Alicia. Daya

Rita Foster of Falmouth wrote:

So sorry for your loss.

Margie Ickes of MANTUA,NJ wrote:

My heart goes out to you Ron, Justine and Ron Jr. Alicia was a very special lady, missed talking to her. All my prayers

Cheryl L Macy of Salix wrote:

The picture you picked out was lovely. She looked terrific. I hope your Dad is doing as well as he can be. You took good care of your Mom. She couldn't ask for any better care. I said a pray for your Mom and your family. Take care Genie. Your in my prayers.

Gerald McAdams of Johnstown pa wrote:

You will be missed and I thank for all you and Ron did for me.

Cindy Caputo of Lilly PA wrote:

Dear family of Alicia you have my deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. It breaks my heart to hear of her passing. I truly love Alicia. We worked side by side at the HVH and what great memories we made together. I remember our all day shopping trips and she was the best at finding a good deal. Historic Hollidaysburg Christmas tours and dinners at the Dream restaurant. She was able to plan the best birthday celebrations that made you feel so love. I was truly blessed to have her in my life. I will always keep her in my heart and mind until we meet again in heaven. Sincerely, Cindy

Doug Tusing of Ebensburg, PA wrote:

I want to personally express my most sincere condolences on Alicia's passing. Although I only had the chance to meet her recently and for a short time, it was obvious that she was a kind, caring, intelligent woman. May she rest in eternal peace.

Martha FitzGerald of Chicago il wrote:

My condolences & prayers. Losing a treasure such as she is indescribable you will find the strength to live it’s it

Connie (Flook) Gossard of Schuylkill Haven, PA wrote:

Member of East Conemaugh Class of 1965. Always remember Alicia with a laugh and a smile Offering you my deepest sympathy.

Marian Dorsch of Ebensburg,Pa 15931 wrote:

Alicia was a very a very caring person she was with our Red Hat group We loved sharing our time with her at our SAT gab sessions!!!!!Loved Her smile!!! Love & Prayers

Joyce Johnson Culliver of Johnstown, PA wrote:

Member of East Conemaugh High School Class of 1965. Alicia was a friendly classmate. My condolences to the Kush family.


The kindest, most generous person I have ever met. I was blessed she shared her friendship with me. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Thoughts and prayers for her family.

Bruce and Judy of New Salem wrote:

Dear Justine, Brian & Skylar - We were so saddened to hear about this sudden change in your Mom's health. Everything seemed to be on the upswing just a short time ago that we are shocked. Our hearts go out to you Dad and all your family for this substantial loss. Although we never met your Mom, we feel we knew her through you and know what a wonderful person she was. We'll keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

Ron Hood of Northern Cambria, PA wrote:

I wish to express my sympathy to all who know Lish. We went to Conemaugh together and she sat behind me in many of our classes, She was always bubbly. I have only seen her a couple times since then. I think I remember her coming to school one day, maybe a Monday and telling me she got married! I was shocked! Ron