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Fairhaven Memorial Park & Mortuary

1702 Fairhaven Avenue, Santa Ana, CA

OBITUARY

Alicia Villegas De Miranda

July 23, 1967March 19, 2020
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Ashly McNamara

April 7, 2020

Alicia was such a positive light for children! I worked with her at Veeh and Beswick. She I will always remember how her smile would go all the way to her eyes. She loved the JOY she would receive from the students! She was such an important part of the TUSD family and touched so many teachers, staff and students in her many years in Tustin. She will be greatly missed!

Deenean Vogel

April 5, 2020

I remember Alicia as an amazing person who always had tons of energy and a positive attitude. I taught her daughters when they were in third grade!! She was always so supportive of her family and I just enjoyed her positive spirit. Seeing her picture brought a smile on my face and I could just imagine us having a conversation about her girls at our parent teacher conference. So grateful to have known such an amazing woman. May she Rest In Peace, but I know her memory will live on.

Gigi Pan

April 5, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Mrs. Miranda at Beswick. She was such a wonderful, hard working woman. Mrs. Miranda stated over and over again that the students got her through her pain. She will be deeply missed by everyone.

Cheryl Silves

April 5, 2020

I am absolutely heartbroken to hear the news. I worked with Mrs Miranda at Beswick for the last year. She loved all of the children in her care! She is going to be missed!

Alex Muñoz

April 2, 2020

Alicia is a kind hearted woman. She accepted me in her home with open arm's. She made me feel apart of the family whenever I came by the house. She always had a smile on her face despite the difficulties she was baring.

Patricia Rivas

March 31, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers for your entire family 🙏🙏🙏

Susana Avila

March 31, 2020

Momma Miranda was one of the sweetest persons I have had the pleasure of knowing. She welcomed me into her home with open arms and just like she did with many others who stepped into her home she always treated me like one of her kids. Every time I would go over she always asked if I had brought her a Starbucks and I’d always respond with “well did you make me enchiladas?” And our responses would always be ‘no’ ahahaha. She did get her starbucks a few times, I sadly never got my enchiladas lol she’d always say “next time”. I also got my handful of lectures from her which always made me laugh cause she said the same exact things my mom would say, which really showed that she genuinely cared about me.

I want to say the biggest thank you to her for blessing me with Michele, my absolute best friend. I know that her best qualities are a reflection of her mom. One memory that I’ll always hold dear to my heart is when she thanked me for “being a bright light” in her daughters life. I promise Momma Miranda that I’ll try my best to continue being a bright light in Michele’s life ❤️.

To the rest of the Miranda family, I pray the love of God enfolds you during your journey through grief. From my family to yours with heartfelt condolences you are all in our prayers.

Dayanara Armenta

March 31, 2020

Wow, where can I begin? Your mom reminds me of my childhood. I remember meeting her when I first got to Utt. She was always at cross country and track meets and soccer and basketball games when Dianne and Yanet played for the school. She was always very supportive and cheered them on along with their teammates. That’s how I remember her. She was a kind, supportive, loving and passionate mother. I remember saying hi to her and seeing her talk to my mom during these sporting events. I remember her cheering me on and pushing me to go faster. She was a beautiful soul gone too soon. My family and I are praying for your family.

Izzy Gomez

March 30, 2020

Your mom was amazing. Every soccer game we would see each other she would always say hi to my sister or me and start a random conversation rather it be about soccer or family or about our dogs. My sister and I will forever remember her, she was always happy!

Martha Avina

March 30, 2020

I can't even wrap my head around all this. I will always remember you with a smile on your face. I remember my elementary days always being by your side. Once the bell ran for recess/lunch, I'd run to find you, just to walk around the playground with you. You were my highlight of my elementary years. The best duty teacher and P.E. teacher. My summers were always spent at your house with the twins and you made sure we were always looking after each other. This one hurts. Dianne, Yanet, Michelle, I'm sending you guys such a big hug.
May you rest in paradise Alicia Miranda. 🤍🤍🤍🤍🤍