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Alicia Soto Acuna

May 25, 1936 — August 21, 2023


Alicia Soto Acuna, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away on August 21, 2023. She was a pillar of strength and resilience throughout her life and will be remembered for her unwavering spirit.

Born on May 25, 1936, Alicia grew up in a modest household. Despite facing the challenges that life presented to her at a young age, she managed to carve out a meaningful path for herself. Alicia's education was cut short as she took on the responsibility of caring for her younger siblings. From an early age, she displayed remarkable maturity and selflessness.

Throughout her career as a factory worker at Sahuarita Pecan Factory, Alicia showcased unparalleled dedication and commitment. Her strong work ethic served as an inspiration to her colleagues and earned her the respect of both peers and superiors. For many years, she diligently carried out her duties with pride and perseverance.

One of Alicia's most cherished attributes was her independent nature. Known for her unyielding resolve, she faced adversity with courage and rarely showed vulnerability in public. It was only when her beloved mother left this world that tears fell from Alicia's eyes; otherwise, she appeared invincible to those around her.

Alicia's kind heart extended beyond the workplace. She possessed a genuine desire to help others and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Whether it was giving friends rides to church or the grocery store, Alicia exemplified true compassion through her actions. Her friends could always count on her support whenever they needed it most.

In addition to being known for her helpful nature, Alicia had a talent for cooking which brought immense joy to her life. She loved preparing delicious meals and sharing them with friends, finding fulfillment in nurturing others through food. Gathering around the table with loved ones brought Alicia tremendous happiness as she relished in their companionship.

Alicia's proudest accomplishment in life was her daughter, Alicia Acuna. Throughout the years, she poured her love and support into her daughter, watching with immense pride as she grew into an incredible individual. Alicia also played a vital role in assisting her parents financially, demonstrating her unwavering commitment to family.

Alicia Soto Acuna leaves behind a legacy of love and strength. She is survived by her loving daughter Alicia, who will forever cherish the memories they shared. She is also survived by her granddaughter Alexis Acuna and grandson Daniel Josue Ramirez—both of whom held a special place in her heart and her great-grandchildren, Carmen and Elijah Ramirez. Alicia is survived by her sister Margarita Lewis and brother Joaquine Soto, as well as numerous nieces and nephews whose lives were touched by her presence.

As we bid farewell to Alicia Soto Acuna, let us celebrate the impactful life she lived. Her strength, generosity, and unwavering spirit will forever serve as a guiding light for all who had the privilege of knowing her. May she rest in eternal peace knowing that she has left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who loved her dearly.

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