MS. ALISHA DIANNE TROWELL HICKS
January 14, 1972 - December 4, 2022
Alisha Dianne Trowell Hicks, age 50, passed away on December 4, 2022. Alisha was
born in Fulton County, Georgia on January 14, 1972 to parents Gerald Trowell and
Dorene S. Trowell.
Alisha pursued a career in Real Estate where she was blessed with a very special
“Realtor Family” Her love and passion was her family. Her hobbies included
reading, putting together complex puzzles, video games, cooking and even though
she was a bit of a hoarder, she was very clean and organized. Alisha loved you
unconditionally and cherished her friends and family and held them close to her
heart. Through all the pain and suffering Alisha confessed she was ready to go home
to be with the Lord.
Alisha is survived by her Dad Gerald Trowell of Wray, Georgia, Mother Dorene S.
Parker and step father Lamar Parker, Sr. Of Leesburg, Georgia, two sons - Gray Hicks
(wife Brianna} and Chase Trowell, one special Daughter in Christ (Presley Parker),
Leesburg, GA, one Sister, Cynthia Lynn Kissinger (Larry Kissinger), Leesburg, GA, one
Brother, Anthony Gerald Trowell (Kim Trowell), Sylvester, GA, one half Sister, Elena
Trowell Squires (Matt), two beautiful grandchildren, Brayden Hicks (age 5) and
Amelia Hicks (2), Leesburg, GA. Alisha was also blessed with blended brothers and
Sisters - Lamar Parker, Jr, Leesburg, GA, Buddy, Coffee County, Lennie Redmon
(Steve), Leesburg, GA, Jacquelyn Moore (Donald) Warwick, GA, Tina Harrell (Greg),
Nicholls, GA, Christie Crews Russell, Wisconsin, Rhonda Stokes Marks (Ed) Valdosta,
GA. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews, Aunts and Uncles.
The family requests that any remembrances be made to The Challenger League, P. O.
Box 550, Leesburg, GA 31763.
Alisha’s Realtor Family will be providing a meal on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at
6:00 P.M. at The Parker Executive Center, 1277 Hwy 82 W, Leesburg, GA 31763, if
friends, family, or acquaintances would like to stop by to pay their respects.
Alisha lived a very simple life and wished to leave this earth in a very simple manner.
She wanted nothing fancy or formal just a simple goodbye. We will be honoring her
wishes in the manner she requested.