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Alicia Marie Ginest 1965-2014
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STAFFORD – Alicia Marie Ginest, 49, passed Monday, Nov. 17, at South Wind Hospice House, in Pratt, surrounded by her loving family. Alicia was diagnosed with renal cell cancer in late March, 2014. Throughout the year, her cancer quickly progressed, and was later found terminal.  Born Jan. 1, 1965, in Stafford, she was the daughter of Larry K. Rohar and Dianne A. Fertig Rohar,  
Alicia spent most of her early childhood in Stafford, until moving to Swift Current, Sask., for a short time. She returned to Stafford, where she graduated from Stafford High School. She attended Hutchinson Community College and studied to be a radiologic technologist, earning her degree in 1985. Alicia married her high school sweetheart, Randy Lee Ginest, on May 28, 1988, and they lived together happily in their Stafford home. She worked at the Hutchinson Clinic for 25 years, and later accepted a position at the Stafford County Hospital, where she worked 5 years.
Alicia was a member of the First Christian Church. She was easily described as the perfect working homemaker. Most of her time was devoted being the best mother, and wife for her loving family.
She is preceded in death by her father, Larry K. Rohar, grandparents, Steve and Bernadine Rohar, C.B. McCain and Madeline McCain.
Alicia is survived by her husband, Randy; daughters, Jenna Marie, 26, Whitney Lea, 23, (Jake McCormick), and Emmarie Tate, 7; and granddaughter, Dahlia Adelaide, 1, all of Stafford; mother, Dianne Rohar, Stafford; sisters, Monica Rohar-Flores (Newhall, Calif.) and Rachel Sallabedra, Stafford; brother-in-law, Rob Ginest (Robyn Ginest); nephew, Nate Ginest; nieces, Kaitlin Flores, Sydney Sallabedra, Morgan Sallabedra, and Brooke Sallabedra.
Funeral service will be 11 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 20, at Minnis Chapel, Stafford.   The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m., Wednesday at the chapel.  The casket will remain closed.  Burial will be at Stafford Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials to the Stafford Educational Foundation in care of the chapel.

Funeral arrangements provided by
Minnis Chapel*
125 N. Main
Stafford, KS 67578
Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, Nov. 18, 2014