Alicia Dawn Heinig

August 20, 1976March 28, 2021

Alicia Dawn Heinig, 44, passed away Sunday, March 28, 2021. She was born on August 20, 1976 in Lansing, Michigan to Gary and Wendy Parks.

Alicia was a hardworking and dedicated employee in the human resources department for Altman Companies. She loved the color purple, getting her nails done, doing puzzles, going to the beach, and above all else, she absolutely loved her children and spending time with her family who all love and miss her beyond words.

Alicia is survived and forever remembered and cherished by two sons Andrew Kyle Heinig and Ayden Alexander Heineg; one daughter Alexa Mariah Heinig; three brothers Jason (Cherissa) Parks, Kristopher Parks, and Joel (Lindsay) Parks; one sister Karin Parks; and several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by four grandparents Allen and Constance “Connie” Weston and Melvin and Doloris Parks.

A memorial service to reflect and honor Alicia's life will be held on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:00pm at Mt. Hope Church, 200 S. Creyts Road, Lansing, MI 48917

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Alicia’s beloved children through a GoFundMe account. The link to the GoFundMe account is as follows:


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Alicia Trevino

April 7, 2021

I met you in high school and we clicked to be friends real quick me you and Vicki the three musketeers and your parents let me live with you for awhile when I was going through some stuff thank you we had so much fun being goofballs doing stupid stuff never ending laughs this one really hurts you were always there to help me even through my mom’s death and I’m gonna miss the meijer meet ups I swear we were always there we needed a room there lol if I shared all the memories we would have a 1548 page book. I’m gonna miss you Alicia

Schanelle Green

April 5, 2021

You were one of my first friends. All my early memories have you in them. Playing olympics. Having sleep overs. A hacky sack that sat on a lamp for too long that it started to smoke. You volunteering at the hospital, so I volunteered at the hospital. Thanks for being a great cousin and a great first friend.

Squedos Moreno

April 5, 2021

I will always cherish all our fun weekends at your house and playing cards and laughing for hours and plenty of camping trips! I can still hear all your rings hitting your ice water glass and I can hear your laugh because it was so joyful to hear. I’m gonna miss you so much Alicia and the rest of the world will also 💔 your bro-in-law Squedos