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Hillcrest Memorial Park and Mortuary

9101 Kern Canyon Road, Bakersfield, CA

OBITUARY

Alyssa Marie Dyar

June 21, 1990February 4, 2020

Obituary of Alyssa Marie Dyar 06/21/1990 - 02/04/2020

Alyssa Marie Dyar, (Geivet-Fresh), age 29 years, of Delano, California changed her address on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020. Allie moved away from her Delano home and moved to her new address in Heaven. She was surrounded by her loving mom Michele Geivet, dad Doug Geivet and brother (her Bub) Eddie Early during her move. She also had her loving grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, cousins and friends nearby.

Alyssa was born on a Thursday, June 21st, 1990. Her parents, Michele & Doug Geivet, father David Dyar, brother, (Bub) Eddie Early, nephews and nieces Preston (Pres Blake), Rhegan (Rhe Rhe), Tatum (Tater), Greyson (Grey Grey) Early, Grandparents Danny and Brenda Cardwell, Grandpa David Dyar, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Awaiting her arrival in Heaven was her father David Dyar, her Nana Barbara, her Grandma Audrey, her Great-Grandma’s Lida and Louise, cousins Corey MacDonald and Dustin McWilliams, many other family members and her best friend Carrie.

Allie loved spending time with her family. She loved paint nights and crafting with her mom. She loved to go cruising and fish with her dad. She loved hanging out with her Bub and spending time with her nephews and nieces. She loved being a dog mom to her Dolly. She was a great little mama to all the kids her age and younger in the family. She loved to dance and sing specifically to TLC’s song Waterfalls, (“don’t go JASON waterfalls”). Allie loved shopping, collecting fairies, purses, & make-up. She also loved going to school and hanging out with her friends.

Alyssa had many nicknames; from Lou Lou, Allie, Allie Boba, Sweetie Pie, Baby Doll, Alyssa Lou, Ally Bo Bally, Allie Cat, Lyss, Lyssa, Lyssa Lou, Lyssa Lou Lou, and many more. Everyone loved Allie and she impacted everyone’s lives in one way or another. She loved and cared like no one else. She was always positive and couldn’t wait to tell you about her day. She checked on her loved ones daily. Her honesty and truthfulness was refreshing. She never met a stranger. What you saw is what you got. If she loved you she did with her whole heart. If she didn’t, you knew firsthand. She wasn’t afraid to tell you anything. She was the most real and honest person you would ever meet. Alyssa was strong, loving, thoughtful, compassionate, smart, kind, amazing, feisty, stubborn, to the point, and beautiful inside and out.

Alyssa will be missed and loved forever by all that knew her. May she rest peacefully and dance the streets of Heaven.

Honorary Pallbearers - PAPA, Preston Early, Kayleb Brooks, and Bryan Alexander.

Pallbearers - Joseph Springs, Joshua Springs, Lorenzo Montecino, David Brooks, Zachory Alvarado, and Brian Nichols.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Zach, Pallbearer
  • Lorenzo, Pallbearer
  • Joseph, Pallbearer
  • Joshua, Pallbearer
  • David, Pallbearer
  • Brian, Pallbearer
  • Preston, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Monday, February 10, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Monday, February 10, 2020
  • Final Resting Place Monday, February 10, 2020

Memories

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Aunt tami Geivet

February 12, 2020

Alyssa this is my only pic with u but it will always be my favorite even if there were a million pic of us i love you baby love u aunt tami

Dee Tinkle Hardesty

February 11, 2020

Allie was truly God’s love on earth...
Doug &, Michelle , Eddie and all that loved her- there are no words that will ever take the pain away. Just know that you aren’t alone & that you are loved.
God needed a perfect Angel & Allie’s wings were the perfect size. 💔 Spread your wings & fly Allie. 💫

Angela Castro

February 11, 2020

Alyssa was a very outgoing and happy person. I didn’t know her very well but I know one thing and that is that she loved her little doggy so much. I use to always see her walk her pup and just be so happy. My heart goes out to her family and friends. I can’t imagine the pain they are going through, I just hope that they know that Alyssa is watching over them. I am truly going to miss her.

Mary (Kitten) Dunham-Lopez

February 11, 2020

Michele, Doug, Eddie & family I'm so sorry about the loss if Ally, she was an amazing and beautiful little girl. It seems like it was only yesterday that I was helping Nikki babysit her and Eddie. I wish I could have been there with all of you today to give you strength and support. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I love and miss you all.

Paul & Elsie Jo Perigo

February 10, 2020

Doug & Michele, there are no words we could say to make this any easier. We didn’t know her well enough since we live so far away, but what we do remember was her beautiful smile that lit up any room she walked into. We are so so sorry we are unable to attend or even stop by to give you guys big hugs, but please know our prayers, love, and thoughts are with you guys! We pray for your peace & comfort as you attempt to move on. We send our deepest hugs and love across the miles until we see you guys again. Love ya!

Vivianna Evaro

February 10, 2020

You.were.my.best.friend.i.loved.hanging.out.you.were.a.great.person.and.always.a.loving.person.to.everybody.and.loved.to.sing.and.dance.and.enjoy.with.family.friend s.and.have.fun.

Jessica Montecino

February 9, 2020

Oh Allie, my childhood is filled with memories of us playing singing and dancing together, so grateful my family got to stay with yours for that time. I remember you and Eddie bickering, me and you too, over who’s singing what and who couldn’t sing at the same time lol. I remember playing with that little girl down the street who daisy bit (no skin was broken) it was a fun time that I will cherish forever. I lived with you guys again later my freshman year, and I didn’t want to play barbies anymore, and I just wish I could go back and play with you all day. You were the best little cousin, even if I was gone doing my own thing and we hadn’t seen each other for a bit, it sure didn’t seem like it, you would always be with open arms just like we’d been living together again. I miss you is an understatement. Yes I wish you weren’t gone, and it is selfish of me. But I know you’re in a better place and your time here was cherished. I love you Allie

uncle stevie alvarado

February 9, 2020

I just wanted to share some of my precious memories of allie. I remember when me and tami bought our new house in morningside Zachory was just a baby and allie was probably 9 or 10. She would love to spend the night and play with the kids and have dinner just like family cause we loved and worried about her like our own child.I always worried about her health. Allie loved her uncle Stevie and aunt Tami. She really loved spending time with her Tami going places. She wanted to be like her aunt Tami. Even after she moved to porterville and Allie got older it didnt matter she still came and stayed. WE LOVE YOU ALLIE YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS Uncle Stevie ,Aunt Tami , Zac, Jess, and Boo

Katrina Nichols

February 9, 2020

Oh my sweet Allie Boba.....I wish we could go back in time but I know God has a plan for you. I will miss everything about you. I will miss those texts and early morning calls before school. I will miss you attacking my village on Coinmaster and me attacking back just because I knew it annoyed you. LOL..... We had so many good times together. So many fun memories like swimming at your house, sleepovers, makeovers, Universal Studios, just hanging out, the list goes on. Prior to my move, if you weren’t with me, my boys were hanging with you. You were such a great little mama to them and you helped me out so much. Thank you for everything you did for Aunt KD! Thank you for being you! I will miss you tremendously! I will cherish all of the times we shared. Rest easy my sweet Allie Boba! Dance, sing as loud as you want, eat hot Cheetos, and drink your Dr Pepper all night. Please watch over us all and save my spot. Until we meet again my beautiful angel! I love you to Heaven and beyond!

Gloria Carrillo

February 7, 2020

Condolences to all the family and I’m so sorry for your loss.
She was a good friend to my grandson Julian, and I know she is at peace and free from her illness.. God Bless her and may Gid shine his perpetual light on her.

FROM THE FAMILY