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Alicia Moege (Donnelly)

Alicia Moege (Donnelly)

TOPEKA, KANSAS - Alicia J. (Moege) Donnelly, 69, died on May 11, 2014, at Midland Hospice.  She was born in Topeka October 18, 1944, the daughter of Cedric and Wilma (Lane) Moege.  Alicia graduated from Highland Park High School in 1962 and belonged to the Washburn Alumni Club.  She was a secretary in the department of Revenue 1964-1970.  She was a receptionist for the Topeka Chamber of Commerce 1982-1985.  She was an Administrative Assistant for her husband, Patrick's rental property, from 1970 to the present.  Alicia married Patrick Donnelly, the love of her life, October 16, 1964, in a ceremony officiated by her uncle, Reverend Alfred Stolte.  Patrick survives of the home. She is also survived by her brother Lee (Sally) Moege of Holton, and a sister Virginia (Ruu) Chang of Wakarusa.  She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins whom she loved with all her heart.  Alicia and Patrick loved traveling in their RV with the Covered Wagons group.  She collected kittens, art glass, and pottery, and loved antiquing.  She loved watching and attending various sporting events, and was an avid Topeka Jayhawk Club member.  She also loved watching and feeding the birds and varied wildlife around her country home.  Visitation was at 2:30 pm and the memorial service folllowed at 3:00 pm at St. John's Lutheran Church on Friday, May 23rd.

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06/15/14 03:30 PM #1    

Laura Raber (LaRue)

I am saddened to hear of Alicia's passing. We had the pleasure of visiting with Alicia and Patrick at the 50th reunion. She was a delightful person to be around. She will be missed!


06/15/14 08:55 PM #2    

Mike Kellogg

So sorry to hear of Alicia's passing.  She was a wonderful person and will be missed.

Mike Kellogg

06/16/14 01:57 PM #3    

Alicia Clements (Moe)

I was very sorry to learn of Alicia's passing.  We shared the same name at a time when no one else our age was named "Alicia".  I just learned that we also shared the same birth month and year.  Alicia was a lovely person who will be missed by many.  My sympathies to her family.


06/17/14 08:35 AM #4    

R. Neil Carlson

I knew Alicia from Grade school at Topeka Lutheran and Sunday school and Youth Group at Hope Lutheran Church, Played golf with Pat and Alicia at Shawnee Country Club. Alicia although we didn't see each other often in the last few years was always a good friend. She always had a smile and a good word forall see met. I will miss her! Iextend my sympathies to Pat and her family..Neil Carlson

06/23/14 10:42 AM #5    

Joyce Whaley (Robertson)

I am so sorry to hear about Alicia's passing. During our teen years we attened the youth group at Hope Lutheran Church, growing in our faith and friendship. 

At our 50th reunion, we had a chance to speak with one another and get reacquainted for which I'm thankful. Alicia was always a great lady and she will be missed.

Joyce Robertson

06/23/14 11:07 PM #6    

Larry Scott

I didn't know Alicia that well in high school. I don't remember seeing her at any of the Topeka Jayhawk Club meetings, either. I do remember that she was always genial and courteous whenever we did meet at HPHS or the reunions.

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