ALLISON, JACQUELINE L - Barry County, Missouri | JACQUELINE L ALLISON - Missouri Gravestone Photos

Jacqueline L ALLISON

Pilant aka Black Cemetery
Barry County,

July 15, 1927 MO - November 22, 1998 MO
Son of Edward Franklin and Mary Rosena (Gautney) Allison

Married Dec 3, 1948 in Jefferson County, OR

Dec 13, 1928 Fort Defiance, Navaho Indian Reservation, AZ
March 3, 2011 Spokane, WA (Probably buried in WA per obit below.)
Daughter of Dennis Daniel Hilderbrand and Lillian “Hevowah” Faulkner

Self-written obituary:
The trail was long and it came to an end on March 3, 2011, at 12:15 am. There was “My Bob” standing there with the Lord to meet me. My journey began on December 13, 1928, as the first-born to Lillian and Dennis Hilderbrand in the first hospital built in Fort Defiance, Arizona on the Navaho Indian Reservation . My wandering had me living in Arizona, Idaho, Texas and then in Oregon, where Bob and I met and wed. We lived, worked and retired in Long Beach, California and then moved to Cassville in 1983. My working years started in the late 1950’s as a medical receptionist for a private practice in Long Beach, California and ended with H and R Block in Cassville in the spring of 2003.
Special thanks for the care received at the Waterford on the South Hill, Sacred Heart Medical Center, {and} to all the wonderful doctors and their personnel who attended to her these past seven years A “Celebration of Life “ will be held March 10 at noon at Riplinger Funeral Home, 4305 N. Division, Spokane, Wash., followed by interment at Spokane Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Spokane/Cheney Rd.

Contributed on 3/14/19

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Record #: 818204

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Submitted: 3/14/19 • Approved: 3/14/19 • Last Updated: 3/17/19 • R818204-G818203-S3

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