Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery

21723 Aldine-Westfield Road, Humble, TX


Paul Edward Allison

July 14, 1938October 28, 2019

Paul Edward Allison, age 81 of The Woodlands, Texas passed away on October 28, 2019. He was born in Houston, Texas on July 14, 1938. Paul graduated from Sam Houston High School. He was married to JoAnn Allison for 61 years. Paul worked in outboard sales and repairs. He was the owner and operated Allison's Outboards. Paul's passions included hunting, fishing and Houston Astros Baseball.

Surviving family members include his loving wife, JoAnn Allison; children, Amanda Allison Wisnoski and Paula Allison; and brother, Jim Allison. Other surviving relatives include grandchildren, Mark and Megan Wisnoski, Brandy and Aaron Hebert, and Monica Allison; and great grandchildren, Ashton Wisnoski, Finley Wisnoski, Liam Wisnoski, Dexter Wisnoski, Brady Wisnoski, Kealey Karcher, Lindsay Brooks and Kirk Braun.

A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Calvary Hill Funeral Home Chapel. The family will host a reception that will follow the service at the funeral home.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, November 19, 2019


Paul Edward Allison

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Jennifer Quast

November 7, 2019

Best neighbors on Margie Ln...
One night there was a disturbance outside... dogs raising a ruckus all down the street... we went out to see what was going on. Paul was already out, in the pitch black darkness and yells to us... ‘there’s someone behind your house, in the ditch, or the field... I heard them’
We proceed to walk around to the back ( fully armed) shouting “we know you are there, come out” Finally a guy mutters No hablo ingles... so we shout again, come out with your hands up... again the guy says no hablo ingles.
It’s then that Paul cocks his pump action shot gun and says how about now!
The guy then speaks perfect English and comes out with his hands up.
Always felt safe in that neighborhood between my dad and Mr Allison... May they both rest in piece and continue to protect us all.
My condolences.

Monica Allison

November 6, 2019

From the day I came into this world kicking and screaming you were there... You made me into the person I am today the stubborn kindhearted overly loving goofy person I can be. I was so thankful I got to tell you thank you for everything you have ever done for us spoiled brats that worship you more than words could express.. Because of you we all have been the richest people in this world because we had your love... Still do from up there.. Also thank you for making my childhood dream come true of owning the business you and Nannaw built from scratch...I'm putting the colors of Allison's Outboards back to Red, White, and Blue I don't want to change one thing you created. I just really wish I could have talked to you today. I needed your help with that inventory, but then your voice came in my head and then I knew what to do... I miss you so much Pappaw and love you with my whole heart... Thank you for always being my hero...

Andrea Hill

November 6, 2019

You taught me how to shoot a bow and arrow, taught me how to fight like a boy and told me only a sissy cries. You told me people come and go, but family always stays! You were ready to take the world on for me and I am sure you are the reason why some boyfriends never called back after meeting you. Life is not the same, but you made us strong to carry on. Until we meet again in Heaven!