Manette Alcazar Kirkpatrick, 51 of Laurel Hill, Florida passed away on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Manette
was born on May 9, 1971, in Agoncillo Batangas, Philippines to Rolando and Lydia Alcazar. She moved to
Okaloosa County in December of 1999 and was a longtime resident ever since. Manette had a
productive career as a Registered Nurse of over thirty years. She was a retired employee of North
Okaloosa Medical Center and a member of Our Lady of Victory Church in Crestview. Earlier in her career,
she was an abroad nurse in Saudi Arabia and in the Philippines. Manette was a beautiful person inside
and out and her legacy live on through those who had the pleasure of knowing her. She enjoyed her
retirement pursuing her numerous hobbies with her husband. She loved sailing, paddle boarding, riding
her bike, camping, karaoke, and caring for her pets. She was a die-hard Florida State Seminole Fan and
was fiercely proud of bother her daughters who attend FSU.
Manette is preceded in death by her father, Rolando Alcazar.
Manette is survived by her mother, Lydia Alcazar, her husband, Michael Kirkpatrick, her two daughters,
Ailee Jean Kirkpatrick and Allison Marie Kirkpatrick, her brother, Orly Alcazar, her sisters, Joy Alcazar
Panganiban, Cyril Alcazar Mayuga and Arlene Alcazar Ebreo.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday August 3, 2022, beginning at 11:30 a.m. from Our
Lady of Victory Catholic Church with Father Roy Marien serving as Celebrant. The family will
receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.
There will be food and beverages served in the reception hall at Our Lady of Victory Church after service.
You may leave your condolences at www.brackneyfuneralservice.com
Our Lady of Victory Church
Our Lady of Victory Church
August 2, 2022, 11:45 pm
For all of Manette’s family,
I am sure you have heard the same words repeatedly about Manette, but it is true. She was a wonderful person! I knew her for years working at the hospital. She was always energetic and smiling. She was an excellent nurse, a team player, but more importantly a special person whom you were always happy to see. I did not work with her directly, but when she came to the floors, or I had to go to surgery/recovery to see a patient it always made me feel glad she was around. There was something about her that just made you feel that “everything is ok.” I saw her not long ago and she continued to radiate happiness and good will. She will always be remembered, her smile, her warmth and genuine personality. I am so sad for your loss! But we know she in ok and looking down on us, wanting you to know this. In time you will see her again, this I believe. But do know she was well loved by all the hospital staff (including me)!
Dennis Ruiz Sr
August 3, 2022, 2:30 pm
Heaven has another angel in you Manette, Jenny and I will miss you dearly, we loved how you showed us your genuine concern over our health, and I will miss our small chats when Molly would wander to our house. We will pray for your peace in heaven. You were already a heaven sent angel here among us. God bless you…Dennis
Susan (Rosen) Denny
August 8, 2022, 2:03 am
My sincere condolences to her family! I worked with Manette for several years at Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center. Manette was a very caring nurse and will be remembered for her kindness and compassion!
August 16, 2022, 11:24 pm
My heart is broken for I’ve lost a dear friend for 21 years. She was the best friend. Beautiful, smart, friendly, thoughtful, kind, devoted and loving mother and wife, and so many more, I could go on. I will miss her so much. I will never forget her. I will always treasure our special times we’ve spent through the years. I know she will always stay in my heart. I love you Manette.