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Rene Dawn Allison

September 4, 1957 - March 20, 2020

Posted by:
Tammy fleming

Posted on:
March 30, 2020

I used to work with Rene many years ago at sunglass in Claremore Oklahoma. She always made my day better. She was super fun and I loved her snarkiness. She had a big heart and a sweet tender side. Heaven got a true angel and she will be missed.

Posted by:
Melinda Smart

Posted on:
March 26, 2020

I loved Rene like a sister, we worked together for many years. She love my grandson and he her. We all loved our dogs, they came to visit us and had play dates that we enjoyed as much as our dogs did. Rene made the most delicious Almond Rocha that she would bring me on special occassions, I tried to talk her into going into the candy business................she would make the candy and I would sell and eat it. She was also my puzzel partner, she was a master at putting puzzles together, we enjoyed many hours creating pictures out of 1000 little pieces. Rene was such a talented, funny, kind, caring lady who did so many thoughtful things for so many people, she loved her family, friends, and Pets. We will all miss her desperately.

Posted by:
Keri Hamilton

Posted on:
March 26, 2020

Rene, I loved working with you at Harrison. You were always sweet and helpful and had great sarcastic sense of humor! You will be missed by all who knew you.?

Posted by:
Krissy Ramirez

Posted on:
March 26, 2020

I was lucky to meet Rene in 2004 when I started working at the hospital. She was a wonderful friend and a second mom to me. I was incredibly saddened to hear this news but I am glad you are no longer suffering. You always made me laugh and I will always remember reading gossip magazines and making celebrity paper dolls. Rest easy kind soul

Posted by:
Jim Alliso

Posted on:
March 26, 2020

Rene I'm going to miss you more than anyone can imagine. The thing I most enjoyed about you was the way you always had a come back for the guff I gave you and the way Marty would cringe when we would banter back and forth. I'm going to miss that and you more than you would ever have imagined. And Thank you for taking such good care of Marty.

Posted by:
Bobbie Smith Kimmel

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

Oh baby sister, I remember the first day I saw you. I was directed to look up at a certain window by dad. We were in a car outside the hospital in Kansas City, MO. You were in moms arms, she was smiling and waving down to us. You were such a beautiful baby and so loved by everyone. You are still loved by so many and you will be missed so much. My heart aches for your children and grandchildren. I will be here for them. You were taken from us too soon. I love you. ?

Posted by:
Ron Burrows

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

Rene you are always in our hearts and prayers I’ve missed working with you since you left you was always a pleasure to work and talk to I know you are in a better place and keep everyone smiling. Ron and Desiree Burrows

Posted by:
Michele Adair

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

I met Rene’ in 1991 when she went to work at Burgess-Norton and we became friends almost immediately. She made going to work fun! When she left Oklahoma and returned home in 1995 I understood why but my heart was broken. I can still see in my minds eye her blue Oldsmobile driving down the street and away from me. Little did I know then that our friendship had just begun and would endure the test of time and separation. When she would come to visit or when Katie and I went to see her, each time it was like I had seen her the day before. Like no time had passed since we’d seen each other although sometimes a couple of years would have passed. I remember when we went to Washington to see her and she picked us up at the airport holding a sign that said “Okies”. I have so many good memories of her, especially our trip to see her. She did all the touristy things-downtown Seattle, Mount Saint Helens, our trip to Port Angeles the ferry ride to Victoria. Going on to Forks and staying the night in Port Angeles playing Yahtzee with the girls. Eating her spaghetti. Sitting on the deck talking about nothing while I drank my coffee. I have so many wonderful memories of Rene’ and our friendship that I will treasure for the rest of my life. I love you my dear dear friend.

Posted by:
Kendra Albrecht

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

Aunt Rene you were such an amazing person. I know we didn’t see a lot of each other, and I will probably regret that more than anything. But the stories and memories I do have of you are so cherished. I remember when Grandma passed away, I had just arrived to the nursing home with my mom. Mom was in the room with Grandma, I didn’t know what to do, I didn’t know how to feel or what to say. I was really overwhelmed (I was just 14 years old). So I walked down the hall away from everyone and sat there and started crying. Aunt Rene, you were the first person to find me. You walked up to me and gave me the biggest, most loving hug a person could possibly give. You had just lost your own mother and the fact that you could show that much love to someone, when you were still processing your own grief... it was a moment, a hug, I will never forget. I guess that wasn’t a very happy memory to share. But it was a moment of love and that’s what I remember. I don’t remember the sadness from that day. I remember the love. I remember you and your hug more than anything else. Your life will be remembered and cherished by so many people that loved you. Rest easy. Love you.

Posted by:
Cheryl

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

I miss you so much it's hard to breath. Yesterday was a day of crying for me I know you are in a place where there is only Love and happiness so I'm crying for me not having you here. I will be here to hug your kids when they are sad and to help them out when I can. Marty will have us all to lean on and we will all talk about how your cooking was better then mine (you wished). Rest well sis I will see you later. (I was driving)

Posted by:
Jean Baughman

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

I was blessed to meet Rene and work with her for many years. As our friendship grew I was also able to get to know some of her family. I would have to say anyone who was a friend of Rene’s knew she was generous, funny, and honest about everything. She really had all the best qualities and people were naturally drawn to her. Rene always worried about people especially the”young’uns” she was so sweet and motherly to anyone she met. Rene’s passing is a terrible loss to her loving family as well as to all who knew her. Let us all honor her by spreading kindness, humor, and caring whenever we have a chance. Much love to all of Rene’s family

Posted by:
Michael S. Stoltz

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

I’ve known Rene’ since school and she was a wonderful kind and caring person. We will all miss her smile and her wit . Rest In Peace your friends and family will miss you.

Posted by:
Terry Allison

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

She came over and told us how much she lived Marty but he kept telling her to find someone better. She didn’t think she could find anyone better and thank God Marty figured that out. I’ll miss her giving Jim shit, no one could do that better then her. I will miss her so much.

Posted by:
Leave Darnell

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

The first time I got to meet Rene, was almost 23 years ago now. I was able to give her the pleasure of bringing her first grandchild into the world. Tyler was just an infant then. The moment she held him in her arms you could tell she was instantly in love with him. The look on her face and in her eyes as she held him was one of the most beautiful moments. I feel so privileged to have been able to be there and see her in that moment. Rene if I could tell you one thing it would be this. Thank you. Thank you so much for being a grandma to my son. Thank you for loving him. I would want you to know how much he loved you and still does. And he knows that one day he will get to see you again.

Posted by:
LaDawna

Posted on:
March 25, 2020

Mom, I love you so much more than you will ever know. If I could have taken all your pain away, I would have done it in an instant. What I wouldn't give to laugh, cry, just sit and talk with you one more time. I would love to see another movie, take the dogs to the park or get our hair done. I can't be selfish, I know you are pain free now and I am grateful for that. You will always be my sunshine and you have given me a love that no one else can. I will always miss you, it feels like this heartache will never pass, but I know it will. When it does, Mom please know you are in my heart forever and I will hold on to these memories you gave me. I love you more.

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