OBITUARY

Kellie Rene Allison

23 March, 197313 February, 2021

Kellie Rene Allison, age 47, of Johnson City, Tennessee, passed away on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Franklin Woods Community Hospital. She was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, a daughter of the late Michael Miller and Susan Diane Sonney Miller. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Adam Shawn Allison, Sr. on January 6, 2021; and one sister, Crystal Miller.

She was of the Christian faith. Kellie had worked as a Bus Driver for the Chesapeake, Virginia School System for many years and had worked in different convenient stores. She loved Wonder Woman. She is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth Allison and Hannah Woodby and husband Justin; one son, Adam Shawn Allison, Jr.; one sister, Tammie Miller; and one niece, Ashleigh Kuhlmann.

There will be no formal services held.

Arrangements especially for Mrs. Kellie Rene Allison and her family have been made through Monte Vista Funeral Home & Memorial Park, 1900 E. Oakland Avenue, Johnson City, TN; 423-282-2631.

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Laura Keesry

18 February 2021

Sending love, hugs and prayers of peace to Kellie’s family and friends. She was a great lady, who always had a kind word and a smile in her heart. She will be greatly missed.

Chris Allsbrook

18 February 2021

Kellie was a Creeker through and through. She will be greatly missed by many. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. May God grant them all strength, comfort and peace to overcome these trying times.

Debbie Roth

18 February 2021

What fun times we had at Middle Cross Baptist Church, Chesapeake, VA. Always seem to have a pleasant calmness at church. The closeness of your family was truly incredible, I know they will miss you - Praying for the family peace and calmness during this rough time. God Bless you all!

Rhonda Holbert

18 February 2021

My heart broke when I heard this news....I send love and condolences to you all. Thanks for the concert ticket Kellie ❤

Robin Aughtman

17 February 2021

She was very sweet and good to me every time I spoke to her in school. So sorry to here of her passing. Much love to her family and friends.

Shirl Stubbs-Moyer

17 February 2021

Crystal, Kellie and Tammie are like my own daughters.
I've know these sweet girls for many years.
So very sorry to hear of Kellie's passing.
Tammie, you are in my thoughts.
Sending you light, love and blessings during this difficult time.
Love you.

Alicia Zamora

17 February 2021

Your such a sweet lady. You will forever be missed and thought of. Rest in Heaven. !!!!

Eleanor McCoy

17 February 2021

My heart goes out to all of y'all I have so many memories from changing the twins diapers to making birthday cakes to singing n dancing n going to the races I know your in a better place n when I would miss Crystal I could call you n talk n talk I'm so lost for words still in shock really but you leave behind a sister n a niece n three beautiful children who are all so strong just like you were until we meet again I love you kell.

Zelasko Monica

17 February 2021

One of my greatest memories of her was when she was my sons substitute bus driver .I have know their family for a very long time .So many wonderful memories. I remember she had nothing but beautiful wonderful things to say to me .She would always greet me with a smile and a compliment. She will be missed but I know she flies high .

Carole and Foye Webb

15 February 2021

We met Kellie and her family through Family Promise of Johnson City and Jonesborough United Methodist Church. She had a strong determination to keep the family together and provide for them despite many health and family issues. We extend our sympathies to the family.

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