Alice Malinit Paragas
Jan 21, 1960 – May 14, 2014
"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure"
Alice Malinit Paragas was born on January 21st, 1960 in San Nicolas Pangasinan Phillippinnes to Anastacio Ollerro Malinit and Fredesvinda A Magno.
As the second to the youngest child, her family Included 2 brothers, Renato and Noel and 5 sisters, Aurora, Nona, Penelope, Dedima and Lalaine. She Is survived by her husband Ernesto of 32 years, Son Rikki-Khristoffer and Daughter Marie Antoinette. She passed away peacefully at her home on May 14th, 2014 with her loving, caring husband by her side.
Alice attended SanNicolasElementary School in Pangasinan, RamonMagsaysayHigh School in Manila and Preparatory Dentistry at University of East Manila, Philippines. She met her husband while still attending school. In 1980, she was united in marriage to Ernesto T. Paragas, Jr. In July, later that year, she was blessed with her first child, Rikki-Khristoffer. She migrated to Seattle in 1982 with her son to be with her family. Upon arrival to Seattle, she began working immediately to support her one year old son and within seven years she was reunited with her loving husband. Seven years later, they were blessed with their only daughter, Marie Antoinette.
As a hardworking driven woman, she always took care of her family. With her cooking and welcoming demeanor she always made everyone feel comfortable in her home and she loved the enjoyment of company. Through all of the events she attended, she was the first and last one on the dance floor. With her smile and laughter felt throughout the crowd she always lead the way to the celebration.
As a part of a strong family, they have been very fortunate to have been blessed with Alice's unconditional care and love which she has always put first. She will be forever loved and remembered.
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