After an eleven-year battle with cancer, Miriam "Miki" Judge Alicastro is peacefully at rest. She died on All Saints Day, Wednesday November 1, 2023, at the age of 71. Born in NYC and raised in Rowayton, CT, Miki had many talents and accomplishments. She began her career at the Boston Public Library and followed with positions as an administrative assistant in the School of Communication at Boston University and the Theater Department at New York University. She then went on to work for NBC News, ABC News and finally NBC Sports as a Senior Unit Manager. When her husband, Joseph Alicastro was assigned as NBC News Rome Bureau Chief, the two packed their bags and lived for three glorious years in the eternal city. Returning to Rowayton, Miki began pursuing with dedication waterfowl wildlife rescuing, master gardening, painting, photography and loving her three Scottish Terriers. For years she was a board member and advisory board member of the Norwalk Land Trust. She was also a steward of the Farm Creek Nature Preserve where the entrance gate of the preserve will henceforth be called "Miki's Gate." Miki is survived by her husband Joseph Alicastro of Rowayton, CT, her brother Thomas Judge of Limoux, France, her nephews, nieces, and grandniece. A memorial celebration of Miki's life and achievements is planned for the Spring of 2024.