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Alicia S. Moreno

March 10, 1935 ~ February 12, 2024 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Alicia Moreno Obituary

Northbridge- Alicia S. Moreno, 88, formerly of Oxnard, CA, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 12, 2024, at Worcester UMass University Campus after a long illness. 

        She is survived by her children, Lillian and her husband Mark Hackathorn of Northbridge; Veronica S. Moreno Martinez of Oxnard, CA; Carl J. Moreno and his wife Jodi of Hampton, VA; Irene Tole of Wilmington, CA; Laura Moreno of Santa Barbara, CA; Grandchildren, Christian Moreno, Travis Wabschall, Alisha Moreno, Jason Miller, Angela Stand, Joseph Stand, Jr., Matthew Stand, Jocelyn Hackathorn, Julie Hackathorn; Amanda Barney, and Cory Moreno; Great-Grandchildren Hope Stand; Enzo and Santino Stand; Brooke Barney, Luke Barney, and Julianna Wabschall, and Isabella Moreno; and many nephews and nieces that loved her dearly. She was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Joseph C. Moreno; Siblings, Evelia Martinez, Delia Godinez, Guillermo Salcido, and Fernando Salcido.

        Born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, on March 10, 1935, she was the daughter of Donicio and Carmen Salcido. She met her husband while visiting her aunt and uncle in Los Angeles. Joseph would travel many times to Guadalajara to court her, as was the tradition. Once married, she followed her husband to New Mexico, where he was employed as an engineer at White Sand Missile Range. Later, they moved to California and settled in Oxnard.

        Alicia was the epitome of a homemaker, wife, and mother. She was famous among her friends and family as a fabulous cook. Many would call and invite themselves over for dinner, of which she always had more than enough. Once her children were grown, she and her best friend, Hilda Angelini, opened Bobby’s Soda Fountain and Mexican Restaurant in Oxnard. Her home welcomed everyone, and all were treated as family. After caring for her husband until he passed, she split her time between CA, MA, and VA, visiting her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed gardening, growing fresh herbs for her recipes, crocheting, knitting, crafts, and shopping, but cooking was her passion. Her hot sauce is like no other. Many have tried to get her recipe. 

        Following cremation, her family will celebrate her life in MA at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to VNA Care, 67 Millbrook St., 500 North, Worcester MA 01606, who cared for her with kindness and respect.

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