Alicia Kay Price Crandall went to be with her Heavenly Father on Nov. 4, 2023. Alicia was born on Dec. 21, 1979, in Bellevue, Washington, to Stephen and Julia Home Price.
Alicia had a joyful childhood. She enjoyed riding her bike and would venture all over town visiting whoever she could find to visit with. Alicia enjoyed skiing and was first seen on skis at 3 years old. She attended Jerome High School and Elko High School. She thrived within her Special Olympic community throughout her teenage years.
Alicia was the life of any party. She had a passion and love for music and singing. She was most often seen wearing headphones and never held back from singing out loud. She would often draw crowds when she began singing and had a beautiful voice. She lived a life full of happiness and was always caught with a big grin on her face. Alicia had a warm heart and will be remembered for her abundance of kindness and love of life.
Alicia married the love of her life Fabian in 2021. Excited to start their new life together, they chose to go to Southern Utah to reside. They enjoyed exploring sights in Utah together and taking road trips with their pets, whom Alicia adored. Alcia also found great joy in surrounding herself with horses.
Alicia was a lifetime member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her church community were very near and dear to her.
She is survived by her husband Fabian Crandall, son Steven Smith, father Stephen Price (LauraAnn), mother Julia Hoem Price, brother Christian Price, sister Erica Boscio (June), sister Jenna Scow (Eric) and many grandparents, great-grandparents and a large extended family. She had overflowing love for her nieces and nephews.
In the spirit of love and remembrance, we invite you to join us for a video funeral service honoring the life of Alicia Crandall. As we gather to celebrate her enduring spirit and the impact she had on our lives, we find solace in the comforting embrace of shared memories and the support of our cherished community. Join us online to pay tribute, share stories and offer prayers as we bid farewell to a beloved soul. Your presence will bring comfort to our hearts during this challenging time.
The service will be held on Thursday, Nov. 9, at 1 p.m. MDT. To attend, simply click on the link provided or call the number listed. Let us come together to honor Alicia’s legacy and find strength in the love we all share. Tonaquint Cemetery 1777 S Dixie Drove, St. George, Utah.
Arrangements are under the care of Pine View Mortuary, 435-986-4222. Visit the Pine View Mortuary website for full obituary and funeral service listing.