Alyssa Sialaris
August 3, 1991 - April 3, 2013

 

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Edward Harris said:   May 15, 2013 10:09 am PST
(Courtesy of Legacy.com) April 09, 2013 Seems like you're here, everywhere because so many talk about you, and what you meant to them. I only knew you for a short time, and don't have lots of great stories or funny things you did! I do know that I could feel your energy and your strength...and I knew you were a real person...not fake, but real! So I find myself asking why? I can't even think of how those who knew you for so long are coping...Because my heart is hurting and missing someone I've only known for a short time...but was made to feel like a Life time... I will miss the "What-up Coach! and the grip of death!! ~ Edward Harris, San Jose/Whittier, California

Alexandra Steplock said:   May 15, 2013 10:07 am PST
(Courtesy of Legacy.com) April 09, 2013 Alyssa and I were on the January European Exposure tour together. She and I roomed together in Maribor, Slovenia and again in Prague. Her personality was easy to get along with, very laid back, easy going and can always find a way to laugh in any situation. After games or practices she was always there to talk to, get my frustrations out and vice versa. She fell in love with these chocolate croissants, ate them almost for every breakfast. She said she was surprised she didn't gain any weight from how often she ate them. I remember we were playing in Prague, we were warming up together and she had mentioned how she hadn't been playing well lately and was disappointed she hadn't shown the coaches her best yet. When I finally had the chance to play in a set with her, she played amazing. I was setting and I made sure to give her as many sets as I could cause she was on her game at that moment, and it happened to be one where the head coach was watching. I was so happy to be apart of that moment with her, it was such a relief for her after. I knew she had been hard on herself to perform perfect, I was so happy she was finally finding her game again. She was an amazing volleyball player, I was looking forward to seeing where she would go with either sport. She was truly talented and the best thing about her is you would never know how good until you saw her play because she had the most down to earth attitude. She was a great friend. I am blessed to have met her. Sending some love from Canada. ~ Alexandra Steplock, Toronto, Ontario

The Demertzis Family said:   May 15, 2013 10:05 am PST
(Courtesy of Legacy.com) April 09, 2013 Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Sialaris family. May Alyssa's memory be eternal. The Demertzis Family

The Cabri Family said:   May 15, 2013 10:04 am PST
(courtesy of Legacy.com) April 09, 2013 Our hearts go out to Gus, Sandy, Nicole and Dina. We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep all of you and Alyssa in our thoughts and prayers. ~ The Cabri Family, San Jose, Californi

Sally Eccles said:   May 15, 2013 10:03 am PST
(Courtesy of Legacy.com) April 09, 2013 Sandy, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts. ~ Sally Eccles (Bunco Sub), San Jose, California

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