Maulicia Kae Alexander

February 20, 1970October 27, 2021

Maulicia Kae Alexander, 51 of Richmond, IN, died on October 27, 2021 at Reid Health.

Born February 20, 1970 in Richmond, IN, to parents Joyce and Howard Winstead, Maulicia resided in Connersville, IN most of her life.

As a child, she was a member of Baptist Temple church and attended Temple Christian School. She later attended Connersville High School where she participated as a tri-athlete involved in basketball, softball and volleyball. She played softball on many different teams while growing up and often played on traveling teams. She graduated in 1988.

After high school, Maulicia joined Bethel Apostolic church, where she was a faithful member for several years. She was actively involved in helping her dad restore houses for resale and she followed in his footsteps in being an avid UK fan. Her dad was her best friend. She loved watching NCAA and NBA basketball. She also enjoyed cooking/baking, gardening, listening to music, and watching reality tv shows.

Survivor’s are her only daughter, Devyn (Lakes) Truitt, her son in law Jacob Truitt, and granddaughter Elena Truitt, all of Grand Rapids, MI; long time husband/companion, Bryan Alexander of Richmond, IN and stepdaughter, Kayla Alexander of Indianapolis, IN; her sister Rynette Farris, her brother in law Dion Farris, and niece, Halle Farris, all of Connersville, as well as her remaining aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was preceded in death by, both parents, Joyce and Howard Winstead, her sister: Annette Lorelle Lunsford; maternal grandparents, Patrick and Gladys Venable and paternal grandparents, Albert and Ida Winstead, and, her little grand dog Tank, who she loved dearly.

A celebration of life will be conducted at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at Showalter Blackwell Long, Myers Chapel, Connersville with Pastor Richie Ware of Higher Praise officiating. Friends may visit the funeral home from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service. Memorial contributions may be made to, Hazeldyn Betty Ford Foundation.


  • Visitation for Family & Friends

    Thursday, November 18, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, November 18, 2021


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Lorre McIver

November 6, 2021

Many we love have passed away too soon without reason. We remember them often in a thousand different ways. At night when we looks at the stars, when we hear a song, a certain date, a place, and smells. I’ve known Maulicia and her family for years. Every time I seen her, she was always so sweet and made time to chat to see how things were going. I’m still in shock that she’s passed. My heart and my prayers to her family and friends in this time of sorrow. She will be missed and always loved.

mary Jones

November 6, 2021

so sorry for loss of Maulicia. She will be missed

Rynette Farris

November 5, 2021

I would have to say that my favorite memory of my sister was, when I accompanied her during the birth of her daughter. It was a very happy time for her. The baby (who we now know as Devyn), was simply precious. Maulicia wanted to hold her right away, but had to wait a short time. When she finally got to, you could see the love and amazement in her eyes. God had chosen her to be this child’s mother. She was so proud at that moment. All was well in the world. Most definitely.....her greatest accomplishment.