Sue C. Allison, 84, of Chester, handed away on Wednesday, December 23, 2020, at Weirton Medical Middle, following COVID-related issues. Household has been grateful for the Fox workers and residents, particularly at Pepperberry Suites the place she acquired nice private care.
Born June 15, 1936, in East Liverpool, she was a daughter of the late Cleo and Ruth Schaffer Linger.
Along with her dad and mom, she was additionally preceded in dying by her husband, Allen T. Allison (Thayer); sons, Vincent Thayer and Stephen Paul Allison; great-nephew, Marcus Murray.
Sue was a graduate of Chester Excessive College Class of 1954. She earned a Bachelor of Arts diploma in schooling and a minor in music from West Liberty College. Sue retired from the Hancock County College system after 43 years of service. She had an unbelievable ardour for public schooling and loved an extended and distinguished profession, typically remarking, “I believe I taught each little one within the county!”
She was a member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church taking part and having fun with the Crafters. Sue was additionally a founding member of the Hancock County chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma and a member of the Hancock County Retired Academics Affiliation. Sue was well-traveled, visiting Europe and having fun with the tradition of different lands. Cruising Alaska was a particular journey, one she shared with Kathy after which once more with Marissa. Our household revolved round her light, accepting nature, having fun with her cooking and baking for all particular events. She was affected person with all of us and far liked.
Sue will probably be deeply missed by her daughter, Kathy Allison; sister, Judy Comm and her husband Harry; niece, Laurie Murray (Todd) and great-nieces, Marissa, and MacKenzie Murray, great-great-nephew, Clayton; nephew, Doug Comm (Jodi), great-nephews, Cooper, Parker, and Kayler; nephew, Randy Comm, and his spouse Michele Baranaskas. Sue appreciated all of the moments she spent together with her nice nieces and nephews, all the time thanking her sister for sharing her grandchildren together with her. Additionally, surviving are two sisters-in-law, Midge Allison and Carolyn Allison and their respective households.
Personal providers will probably be held on the comfort of the household, with interment at Shadow Garden Reminiscence Gardens. Sue’s preparations had been entrusted with the Arner Funeral Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to A.T. Allison Elementary, 605 Railroad St. Chester, WV and Westminster Presbyterian Church, 508 Indiana Ave., Chester, WV 26034.