Bobby J. Alicie

November 30, 1946 ‒ February 07, 2015

Liberty, Missouri
Formerly of Mount Vernon, Ohio

Bobby J. Alicie, age 68, of Liberty, Missouri and formerly of Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at his residence surrounded by his loving family.  He was born on November 30, 1946 in Mount Vernon, Ohio the son of Joe and Ella (Lewis) Alicie.  Bobby served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.

Upon returning home from his service to our Country, Bobby was hired by Chattanooga Glass Company in Mount Vernon.  In 1986, he opened his own business, BJA’s Guns and Surplus and successfully ran his business before falling ill and moving to Missouri to be with his children.  Bobby was an avid coin collector and enjoyed competition shooting at Briar Rabbit range in Zanesville, but most important to him was the quality time he spent with his family.

He is survived by his wife Connie (Moreland) Alicie, a son, Brian (Cathy) Alicie of Liberty, Missouri and children, Taressa and Storm, a son, Nate (Barbie) Alicie of Dallas, Texas and children, Xander, David and Logan, a son, James (Alicia) Alicie of Cameron, Missouri and children, Alexander and Zaccheus, a daughter, Becke (Andrew) Van Houten of Whiteman A.F.B. and children, Andrew and Jonathan, a brother, Donald (Cheryl) Alicie of Morrow County and a sister, Aleta “Sis” Young of Mount Vernon.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by three brothers, Harold Thomas Alicie, Lawrence Alicie and Marvin Alicie, two sisters, Juanita Alicie and Cynthia Alicie.

Friends may call on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home, where a funeral service will be held on Thursday beginning at 11 a.m.  Burial with military honors will follow in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens.

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Bobby J. Alicie.

  • My prayers are with you all. I will really miss seeing Bobby Joe this year at the reunion. He fought a courageous fight, but is now with our family who have gone before.

  • Aleta and Family, Don and Family:

    Larry and I send our condolences to you in your loss.

  • Bobby was not only the local shop owner he was a friend. Fair marksman and great source of information on pretty much anything that went bang. The shooting sports people of central ohio have already felt the loss. We lost our local expert, source of exotic ammo, and stories. I think I’ll miss the stories most. He was never short with offering an opinion. You were allowed to disagree with him (if you didn’t mind being wrong) but he would certainly share his wisdom. Go well knowing that you must sort out the good ranges for us in preparation for our arrivial. I’d like the chance to shoot on your squad again. You will be missed by many for a long time. Condolences to the family

  • We have lost a Great American, The Memories, The Great Stories to Me they are Piceless and will Forever be cherished. In the late 80’s I still lived in the area and was a frequent visitor, and in most cases a customer of BJ’s he was full of knowledge. I am very saddened to hear of his passing. May God Bless your Family in your time of Sorrow.

    J. Thomas
    Missoula, Montana

  • May God bless and comfort your family during this sad time . I still remember running bare foot through the woods and pastures there on the farms.

  • Aleta, Don, and families, my condolences to you in the loss of your brother
    May God give you comfort

  • We are so sorry to hear of your loss. My father worked with Bob at Chattanooga and we all knew him from the store. He will be greatly missed in Mount Vernon.

  • Aleta, I am so sorry to see that Bob has passed away. He will be sadly missed by many. Personally I will miss going into BJ’s store and not only dealing with Bob, but also talking with him. If there is anything I can do for you. Please let me know.

  • Becke, Brian, Jim, Nate, Connie, and family,
    Our prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    Ruth and Dale

  • Our condolences and our prayers are with you.
    Bob will be missed.

    We would send people to him if we didn’t have an item they were looking for. We will do our best to try and get items for people that Bob was supplying.

  • My condolences to the family of Bobby. We all feel the loss of a great person and to myself a personal friend since the late 80’s. He will be greatly missed . Go in peace Bobby

  • God Bless/RIP,to ALL who served in Vietnam. Thank YOU for your Service in The United States Marine Corps,Bobby…………………… And Sempe Fi.

  • I am truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in God’s promise found at Revelation 21:4, that soon,  “…He will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more…”

  • Brian, Jim, Nate,Becke, Connie, and families,
    We have had Bobby on our prayer list for awhile now and were sorry to learn of his passing.Please accept our condolences!

  • So sorry to hear that Bob has passed away! He was so kind to me when I was so upset at losing Tom! I didn’t even know Bob and yet he was the one consoling me. Please know that I am praying for the whole family at this great loss of another loved one so soon after losing Tom!

  • I will sorely miss Bobby and all the time I spent in his shop with other friends and solving all of the worlds problems. My sincere condolances to the family.

    Dave. Omak, Washington

  • Prayers and condolences to the entire family. I was a classmate of Bobby’s all through school. He was always a great guy. He will be missed.