Our deepest sympathies to the Allison family and friends. The thoughts and prayers of Cardinal Nation are with the Nilsens.
My condolences to the Allison family. As you try to endure this very sad time may you draw close to God and he will draw close to you being a source of comfort.
Dr. Allison's genuine compassion will not be forgotten by our family at a difficult time in our past. He helped us move on with his positive advice. Our prayer's are with you. Wayne and Debbie Kinser
Paigey, your Dad (well, he and Barb both) were like pseudo parents to me when we were in college. I loved when they came to Tulsa to visit you, as they always treated me like a daughter too. I will always cherish that and many other wonderful things your Dad did! I loved seeing Jim on visits to see you in STL. No matter his circumstances he was always cheerful, optimistic, and grateful. He had the sweetest spirit. Dad's are a daughters gift from God! Love you, and you and the kids and Jaime and Heather are all in my prayers.
Dr. Allison was always so kind to me when I was a cheerleader at MSU. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Trish Fidler Turley
Dr. Allison was a kind and compassionate
man who helped me through a complete breakdown in 1991. He always listened to me and was a huge help for me and my family during the most difficult time in our life. Rest in peace. You deserve your place in heaven. My prayers to the family and my most sincere sympathy. Cheryl Pendleton
I am one of nurses who worked with Dr. Allison in the Marian Center. He was kind, compassionate and an absolute joy to work with. He had a great sense of humor that was very much needed--especially in our line of work. The world is a better place because Dr. Allison was in it. I am so very sorry for your loss.