Friday, 22 August 2014

Alicia Kokemor Rossow: Favorite Historical Towns in Texas

Alicia Kokemor Rossow is a speech pathologist and owner of Advanced Pediatric Therapy in Round Rock, Texas. She graduated with both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Texas Austin, and is dedicated to assisting Texas families gain access to their speech therapy needs. Alicia Kokemor Rossow has lived in the central Texas area for decades, and is invested in the local community.

When not working as a speech and communication therapist, Alicia Kokemor Rossow spends time with her two twin daughters. They enjoy visiting historical sites and buildings around Texas in their spare time, and have made a point to visit many towns and cities where important moments in history have taken place. Some of Alicia Kokemor Rossow’s favorite historical towns in Texas to visit with her daughters are:

·         San Antonio Perhaps the most obvious and iconic historical site in Texas, the Alamo is located in San Antonio. Additionally, throughout the city and surrounding areas, there are countless historical markers dating back centuries. The Riverwalk, many churches and missions, and San Antonio Market square are favorites of Alicia Kokemor Rossow and her family.

·         Nacogdoches – The oldest town in Texas offers countless sites for history enthusiasts. The Caddo Mounds offer a look into the indigenous past of Texas while the Sterne-Hoya House provides local history and genealogy of the region.

·         Gonzales – This is the birthplace of the Texas Revolution, with a town moniker “Cradle of Texas Independence.” The town is one of Alicia Kokemor Rossow’s favorites because of the historical homes and museums nearby.

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