Alison Michaud Vessie

March 7, 1967September 28, 2020

Alison Michaud Vessie was born on March 7, 1967 and passed away on September 28, 2020 and is under the care of McLaurin Funeral Home.

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Michael Borchers

October 12, 2020

We extend our condolences, thoughts, and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time. Hold onto those precious memories and know your family carriers the legacy of Alison forward.
For God's children, we look forward to a reunion that surpasses all reunions, one filled with eternal joy.

God Bless,
Mike Borchers
1 Corinthians 2:9

Molly Allred

October 10, 2020

I just wanted you to know how much I loved running into Alison around Clayton. We used to live in Riverwood and I would see her at her bakery, at Lee's Produce and the last time I ran into her it was at an open house event. She was always so bubbly, upbeat and our visits were always a pleasure. I would get updates on Arden and she would always ask about Caroline, Mom stuff! Alison was always up to something interesting and her energy and strength always shined through. I will always remember her infectious smile! She will not be forgotten!

Greg Roberts

October 4, 2020

Our deepest condolences for your loss. Our thoughts are with the Vessie family.

Traci McCoy

October 2, 2020

Our hearts are saddened by your loss. May God be your source is strength. May the memories Alison has left with you bring you peace. Your Family will be in our prayers.
God be with you always.

Michelle Rodriguez

October 2, 2020

Matt and Arden, there are no words that can express the magnitude of the loss of Allison. She was absolutely an amazing women with so much life to her. When she walked in a room, you knew she was there. I will never forget her, she had a personality that went un-noticed. She had an amazing sense of style and a eye for design. I will truly miss you my friend!! Until we meet again.......

Charlene Nelson

October 1, 2020

Matt and Arden,

Our hearts are broken, but through our tears we also celebrate Alison’s life. The Nelson family stands with you two as you go forward. She would want you both to be happy and know that she has not left you. Alison gave us all a wealth of memories. We are a little better because she was here. Our sincere condolences and prayers go out to your family. We love you very much.

Charlene, George, and Sam

Colleen Sharpe

October 1, 2020

Matt, Thomas and I are saddened to hear this news. May your memories sustain you and bring you peace in the coming days. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Ross Stroud

October 1, 2020

So sad to hear this news. Wishing you strength in the days ahead.

Robert and Brenda LaPorte

October 1, 2020

Matt and Arden,
We are so saddened to hear of Alison's passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God's grace shine upon your family and give you both eternal peace and comfort.

Robert and Brenda LaPorte

John George

October 1, 2020

Matt and Arden,
Here in Massachusetts we are grieving with you. So now we have memories. I remember taking Alison to an Air Supply concert at the Paladium in Worcester when she was in high school. Going to the beach and our private conversations ( mostly about friends) are also cherished memories. Instead of dwelling on her death, I think Alison would want us to celebrate her life. Crying is OK but those beautiful memories will help you get through these difficult times.
Everyone knows that Alison was outgoing, friendly and caring. Those are wonderful qualities for the beautiful person she was. Noelle, Kelly, Dave and Aunt Di send their love.
Love both of you,

Uncle John

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