POPPY, POPPY Poppy, Poppy, please come quick! I want you to meet my friend, we can show you Heaven: a bright, vibrant, physical new earth; free from sin, suffering, and death, and brimming with wondrous sights, sounds, and adventures, just like you and Nanny taught me from the bible.
William Gene Allison Sr. was born Sept. 9, 1938, and was carried away on the wings of angels on Sept. 4, 2018. He was in Hospice, under the care of his loving wife Mary for 13 months.
He always taught his family to NEVER GIVE UP.
Gene was born in Toolsboro, Iowa. He moved to Montesano, Wash. in 1962.
He married his wife, Mary on June 30, 1963; they enjoyed 55 years of marriage.
He had many nieces and nephews who he loved dearly and HE WAS EVERYONE’S FAVORITE UNCLE.
Gene drove log truck for Weyerhaeuser, also worked for Smith Tractor in Montesano and was a maintenance/ painter for Morton Thiokol in Elma, Wash.
Gene was preceded in death by his parents, Saul and Lizzy Allison, infant son Samuel Saul Allison, infant brother Robert Allison, brother David Allison and beloved granddaughter in 1998 at age 3 ½, Jerika Allison Roberts.
Gene is survived by his beloved wife, Mary and his cherished dog Bandit. He is also survived by his three children: Tamala Kay Allison, spouse Mike Garrow; William Gene Allison Jr., spouse Tammy Allison; and Monette Marie Roberts, spouse Don Roberts; 10 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; sister Ida Hindbaugh, spouse Ford of Montesano, Wash.; sister Lena Schrader of Mount Pleasant, lowa; brother Stan Allison, spouse Liz, of Wapello, lowa.
A loving thanks to grandchildren, Kayla and Steven Allison who helped Papa and Grandma stay on the Finley farm.
A celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, at the Montesano First Presbyterian Church. A potluck reception will follow.
In lieu of flowers an account has been set up for expenses: Hapo Credit Union, 601 Williams Blvd. Richland, WA 99354 Account: 3895040.
Good Morning God! Helen Stiener Rice You are ushering in another day untouched and freshly new, so here I come to ask You God if You’ll renew me too? Forgive the many errors, that I made yesterday, and let me try again dear God, to walk closer in Thy Way. But Father, I am well aware I can’t make it on my own. So take my hand and hold it tight for I can’t walk alone. Gene & Mary Allison’s Daily Prayer from memory.