Mrs. Allison was one of the nicest, most cheering and cheerful people I've ever met. The photos in the gallery capture what a fun-loving, joyful spirit Mrs. Allison brought to every encounter. I am so saddened for all of her family. With love and deepest sympathy, Diana
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Ms. Allison will always be one of my favorite "moms." Growing up in Dillon with the Allisons, I will always cherish her kindness, infectious laughter, and the goodness that she encouraged in those around her. She modeled a life of love, giving, and patience. My prayers go out to Kay and June's families during this time with the knowledge of joy that comes from their Mom's walk with the Lord.
I remember her at a party at Crest Street and she was one of the girls. I am sorry for your loss. No matter how prepared you are it is still sad. Let's plan a trip so we can talk about our losses in person and get our grief in perspective and then we will have some fun. I love you June and hope that the service goes well.