Obituary of Alison Howell
Alison was an animal lover. She had a Black Lab named Zoe and a cat named Murray. She was always playing with them.
She loved going to Frontier Days which was a summer festival. Alison enjoyed the rides and games.
Alison loved to see the horses at Arlington Park race track. We would go down to the rail and cheer them on.
Alison played soccer at a young age. She was a really good swimmer too. She took up competitive swimming for 6 years and was on the Tidal Wave swim team.
She attended Varner elementary school where she was on the choir for two years. She made her Holy Communion in third grade. We were so proud of her. She had to memorize several prayers and take a test before she was able to receive communion.
Allison graduated form Lost Mountain Middle School . She had good grades and was an accomplished cello player. She played with the school orchestra for three years.
Alison attended Seminole HS where she was an excellent student. She was a wonderful writer and story teller.
Alison loved family get -togethers and the family reunion. She truly loved her Great Aunt Mary , Uncle Jim, Aunt Judy & Uncle Gary, Aunt Janet and deceased : Uncle Ron, Aunt Sharon & Uncle Bob, & Uncle Sean, and great grand parents Joe, Jean, Herb and Madeline. She had several 2nd and 3rd cousins.
Alison loved her Uncle Mike very much. She always looked up to him for guidance and respected and loved him so much. She also loved her Aunt Sarah and Ty and Madeline. She was so excited she had first cousins even although they were much younger than she was. She loved playing with them.
She got to know her great grandma Jean who she knew as Busha. She loved playing cards with her. She also loved her Aunt Chrissy, Aunt Jenny, and Aunt Becky.
Alison loved her Grandma and Papa very much. Growing up she spent a lot of time going on vacation, road trips, and outings with them. They would play road games and cuddle with the dog Jake. Alison loved playing 3 in the bed with flashlights and stopping for dinner at Cracker Barrel and having Chicken and Dumplings
Alison loved her Mom very much. They were very close. She always looked forward to spending the weekends together doing shopping, movies, going to the salon or getting there nails done. She truly looked up to her and loved her very much. As you can see, Alison was a caring and loving person. She always tried to help others, especially the under dog. She did not have a mean bone in her body. Her family loved her very much and we will see her again, in Heaven.