aliciaestaco lucas
Alicia Estaco Lucas of Miami Florida, passed away in Del Aire, Ca. the way she always wished, in her sleep, on Wed, May 22, 2013. Alicia was born on November 25, 1918 in Havana Cuba 94 years ago. Alicia was the oldest of 7 siblings. She is survived by her 2 daughters Melba Irwin and Daisy Mourino. She is also survived by her two grandchildren whom she loved dearly, Amber and Ashton as well as her brother Wilfredo Estaco and many nieces and nephews. Alicia migrated to Mexico City in the late forties looking for work opportunities where she became an entertainer. She had the opportunity to travel many parts of the world. She came to the US in the year 1957 where she remained until the end of her days. Alicia finally concede to move to California to be close to her daughter Melba on July, 2011. She made sure before she passed that her grand daughter Amber had her down payment to purchase her first house and enjoy the American Dream. She rejoiced in watching Amber enthusiasticly furnish and decorate her new home. A celebration of Alicia will be held Wednesday , May 29 at White & Day Colonial Mortuary.

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  1. Dear Estaco & Lucas Families,

    I am sorry to hear about the loss of your loved
    one. Although, I don’t know your family personally, I surely empathize with
    what you may be feeling; as I have also lost loved ones in death.
    Thankfully, our Creator, has lovingly provided a means for us to see our dead
    loved ones again and cope with our pain the meantime. The scriptures tell us at
    John 5:28,29, “Do not marvel at this because the hour is coming when all
    those in the memorial tombs will hear my voice and come out.” Isn’t that a
    comforting promise? Other scriptures point to this happening in the very near
    future. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Take care.

    • Hello , wish I knew whom I’m communicating with , but nevertheless I appreciate your words and good thoughts. God bless.
      Melba irwin.

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