FIT FOR DUTY – Thirty-seven recruits graduating from the Alaska Department of Public Safety Training Academy's Law Enforcement Training Session 1802 take the oath of office this afternoon at the Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi. The audience was told that during the rigorous 16-week session recruits lost a combined 200 pounds of body fat. The graduates will be taking law enforcement positions around the state from the North Slope Borough Police Department to statewide Alaska Wildlife Troopers to the Ketchikan Police Department. Speaker at the ceremony was DPS Deputy Commissioner William Comer, who graduated from the academy in 1985. (Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)

Services For Alicia Newman To be Sept. 15



    A celebration of life for Alicia (McCutcheon) Newman will be held 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi community house.

 

Alicia (McCutcheon) Newman


    A balloon release will follow, along with a potluck. Volunteers who can help carry balloons from the stores and those who plan to bring food are asked to call Alicia’s sister, Angelina at 738-9081.
    Alicia died Aug. 29 at home in her sleep. She was 29.
    She was born Jan. 3, 1989, in Sitka, the daughter of Gerald N. and Lorreta (Williams) McCutcheon. She attended Sitka schools, and lived here her entire life.
    She was a mother, a wife, and a friend.
    Alicia is survived by her husband, Kyle Newman, and two sons, Jacob Newman and Landen Newman, all of Sitka; her sister Angelina and husband Nick Mockie and their children, Nicholas Mockie II and Riley Mockie, all of Sitka; her sister Lorreta Jean McCutcheon and her son Kegan McCutcheon, both of Anchorage; her father, Gerald N. McCutcheon of Sitka; and her mother, Lorreta Williams of Juneau.
    Alicia will be reunited with her best friend, Samantha Brevick, her stepfather Pete Carlson, and her four-legged, furry friend Duke.

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