Alicia Casmus

Alicia Casmus was born Alicia Gallagher on August 14, 1932 in Savannah, Georgia.  She was active in, and nourished by the Sacramental Life of St. Paul Catholic Church, and many religious organizations including the Legion of Mary, the Serra Club of the Bay Area and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Alicia listed her Employer as God and her profession as Full Time Volunteer. On March 3, 2017 she retired to Heaven where she joins her parents, James R and Alice C (McCabe) Gallagher, her brother, John Henry, her husband, Mark Anthony Casmus and a daughter in law, Karen Casmus.  She will be missed by her five sons, James Mark, Anthony Morgan and his wife, Carol, Father Stephen Edward, John Damian and his wife, Laura and Paul Andrew; five grandchildren, Morgan and her husband, Ken Costigan, Jenny Casmus, Jonathan Casmus, Katy and her husband, Joe Hostman,  Jacob Casmus; and three great grandsons, Daniel, Mark and Andrew Costigan.

A visitation will be begin at 6pm Tuesday, March 7 followed by a Vigil at 7pm at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 18223 Point Lookout Dr. Nassau Bay, 77058.

A Mass will be held at 10:30am Wednesday, March 8.  Following the fellowship luncheon, Alicia will be laid to rest in the Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery.




  1. We now have another saint in heaven to intercede for us. She touched so many lives including mine.

    Michelle Manges
  2. May her memory be Eternal!

    Fr. Joseph Wargacki
  3. I am so honored to have known Alicia Casmus and know that she will be having the ultimate Pascha in heaven. Eternal Memory.
    Love, Cathie Atkin

    Cathie Atkin
  4. Praise God for her life!

    Deacon Ray and Joanne Sanders
  5. I only met Alicia once, but in that short meeting, I felt I had known her a long time. She made me feel very special and I will always cherish her memory. My prayers go to the entire Casmus family.

    Tracy Somers
  6. She was truly a remarkable woman. God luv her!

    Mary McCormick
  7. A beautiful soul. Eternal memory. ✝

    Shari Sanderson
  8. Truly a wonderful and caring woman. I pray that she be granted entrance into Paradise.

    Brian Kerzetski
  9. Alicia Casmus has truly been a faithful and devoted Servant of God to the St. Paul’s community – her love of God and her love for God’s people was contagious – if you needed to get something done in service to our fellow parishioners, she knew how to get it done; I will miss her very much at Sunday and daily mass, and especially I will miss her beautiful smile, her sense of humor, and those sparkling blue eyes – and I can still hear her say “Let us go rejoicing to the House of the Lord ! “

    Yvonne Vigue-Rodi
  10. Sorry I can’t attend…sending prayers and LOVE from my whole family in California. Heaven is joyful…my mother and father Alicia and Mark had a very close loving relationship with each other..bring around them…kept you LAUGHING to tears …Aunt Alicia took me shopping for my first”store-bought” dress!! I can still feel the love❤❤❤❤ my mother Arletta is Uncle Mark sister so Alicia is her sister in law

    Judy Slaven Baker
  11. Alicia – what a warm and welcoming smile you always wore. It was such a blessing and honor to be on that voyage/cruise with you last month. The memories of you and your son Tony, his loving wife Carol, and beautiful granddaughter Jenny (I’m sure granddaughter Morgan and her little family were also there in spirit/mind) – all the shows, dinners, excursions, and pictures taken will be a comforting testimony to the joy you had and shared with all. You were dearly loved and will be missed by all whose hearts you touched. My deepest condolences to the Casmus Family and the many close friends who loved you.

    Lois Abrego
  12. She was my mentor and inspiration, the first person to have ever taken me to an Hibachi restaurant! When she asked if I have ever gone to one, my answer was no to which she roared back…well, you better have an experience this evening and with those words I was in for an evening date with Alicia and Mark. I was privileged to have known her and she will dearly be missed. Farewell to you my sister.

    Mike okuto
  13. Alicia was such a great friend to our mother, Margaret. The Casmuses and Neffs spent many wonderful hours together. My most favorite memory was the “wedding” for which Alicia showed up in a hat, gloves, and the works. Alicia always had a way of brightening any occasion – her smile, her laugh, her sense of humor. She has added to the many fond memories of our childhood. My sincerest condolences and prayers to the Casmus family.

    Margaret (Neff) Mortis
  14. I just heard today and I am praying for God’s arms to comfort you all as you mourn the loss of your beautiful mother. Peace be with you.

    Judy Case

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