Alicia M. Hotz
September 24, 1984 – August 3, 2021
FUNERAL SERVICE: Tuesday, August 10th at 1pm at the West Center Chapel. Memorials will be directed by the family.
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The world became a better place on September 24, 1984, when Alicia Marie Hotz was born in Omaha, Nebraska. Heaven gained another angel in her passing on August 3, 2021. Alicia spent her whole young life in Omaha, NE. She graduated from Millard South High School in May of 2002.
Post-graduation she embarked on her chosen career path by obtaining employment at P.F. Chang’s in December of 2007. She was a dedicated employee and good friend to her co-workers and teammates. Alicia devoted almost fourteen years to honing her craft and creating wonderful memories and making great friends.
Alicia wore many hats in her short life. She was best friend to her younger sister, Maggie; “Auntie” to Aiden and Reagan, her nephew and niece; best friend and “calming influence” on her mother, Deborah “Debbie”, travel partner and granddaughter to Grandpa Skip and Grandma Angie; and devoted niece and cousin to her extended family.
Alicia was a simple, humble, fiercely loyal young woman. She was devoted to her family and adored making Christmas cookies; her favorite cookie was a Peanut Butter Ball, which she made sure that her cousin, Ben, would get his fair share. Alicia cherished Pajama Nights with Aiden and Reagan when they would make popcorn and watch movies in their jammies. She extended her love to her animal children, cats: “Fatty”, “Kiki”, and “Jinx”.
Alicia had many friends from high school that she was extremely close with. She faced her first plane trip to Las Vegas with these best friends a few years ago and explored all the happenings that Vegas had to offer. Alicia shared in the joy of the birth of a child to her friend, Angela. She rejoiced in Angela’s delight of becoming a mom.
Alicia is preceded in death by grandmothers, Angie Rono and Darlene Hotz; grandfather, Jack Hotz, Sr. She is survived by mother, Deborah Hotz; stepfather, Herman Adjini; sister, Maggie D’Agosta (Kevin); stepsisters, Marie Ganiev (Din) and Sylvia Adjini; grandfather, Skip Rono; nephew, Aiden Hotz; niece, Reagan D’Agosta; and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and cherished friends.