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Alicia Tamarra Wilson

Nov. 23, 1973 - Nov. 11, 2021


November 18, 2021

Alicia Tamarra Wilson

Alicia Tamarra Wilson

Alicia Tamarra Wilson, 47, from Tekoa, Wash., passed away Nov. 11, 2021 in Tekoa, Wash. She was born Nov. 23, 1973, in Olympia, Wash., to William Joseph Tate, and Susan Elaine Valentine.

Alicia met the love of her life, Troy Michael Wilson, in Lakeview, Ore. Troy met Alicia when she was 13, and later in their relationship they made a promise to one another they were going to be the greatest love story ever; and they were. Their love was so deep that it could be seen and felt by all. Married for 31 years, they had five beautiful children. Alicia loved the outdoors, music, books, and her grandbabies. She could grow anything she touched. She had an amazing personality and an infectious laugh that would light up any room. Her happy place was her feet in the water and the sun shining down on her at her favorite camping spot out in the woods.

Alicia is survived by her parents, William J. Tate and Susan E. Tate. Brother, Mical T. Tate. Husband, Troy M. Wilson. Daughters, Amber L. Moore, Ashley E. Sczenski, Jessica L. Schneider, Jamie A. Wilson-Spray. Son, Samuel. I.A. Wilson. 10 Grandchildren, Ashlynne, Margaret, Benjamin, Jack, Max, Elsie, Troy, Ivy, Colt, and Dierks.

A celebration of life will be held Sat., Dec. 4th at the Tekoa Event Center, 11:00 AM.


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