In Memory: Alisha Escoto, Web Designer, Dog Rescuer
The sky is a little bit brighter tonight as Tucson lost one of its shining stars yesterday.
On Sunday February 17, 2019, Alisha May Escoto (McGhee) lost her long and hard-fought battle against depression. A memorial service will be held for her Feb. 21 at 2 pm at Pantano Baptist Church, 225 S. Pantano Rd in Tucson.
I post her on A Tucson Tail because Alisha was my web-designing WordPress guru dealing with me, a technophobe, who often asked the same questions over and over because I’m not from that generation and lack confidence in that realm. It was far more comfortable for me to pay for her excellent services than to try to hack it out (and mess it up) myself.
Around the local animal rescue community, you can see her savvy skill-set on No Kill Pima County, Smiling Dog Rescue, LOVAR and Tucson Cold Wet Noses, perhaps more. She also created Building Bonds and updated Circle of Food and gave our non-profit Beading Divas Bracelets a sparkling new look.
Service people can be fickle and often predisposed and slow to respond. Not Alisha, she was an excellent communicator offering better suggestions and was always there when I asked for help.
She leaves behind a husband of 10 years and two rescued dogs.
You can learn more about her here.