Lloyd Burton Allison

July 8, 1920April 3, 2012

Lloyd B. Allison of McGregor died Tuesday afternoon, April 3, 2012, at the age of 91. Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M. Friday, April 6, 2012, at Cole Funeral Home Chapel, 1113 West Fifth Street, McGregor with Reverend David Thompson officiating. Interment will follow in McGregor Cemetery. Viewing will commence at 10 A.M. Thursday with a formal visitation from 6 to 8 P.M. Thursday at Cole Funeral Home.

Mr. Allison was born July 8, 1920, in Osage, Texas, the son of the late John Peyton and Mary Ella Belle (Chappell) Allison and received his education at Concord and Oglesby schools. During World War II, he served his country in the United States Air Force and was discharged in 1945 as Staff Sergeant. On March 21, 1942, he married Mary La Bertha Fulps in Waco, Texas. After fifty-six years of marriage, she preceded him in death December 14, 1998. Much of his life was spent in the tire building industry having been employed by General Tire and Rubber Company in Waco for thirty years.

In 1942, he joined College Avenue Baptist Church in McGregor. While living in Axtell, he served sixteen years on the school board and drove a school bus for several years and became a member of First Baptist Church in 1954. In 1995 he returned to McGregor and reaffiliated with College Avenue Baptist Church.

Through the years, he enjoyed farming, fishing and being with the children of Axtell while driving the school bus.

Also preceding him in death were two sisters Loraine Spross, Estell Rosser and a brother, Doyle M. Allison.

Survivors include two sons, Lloyd Allison and wife Rita of McGregor, John Allison of Austin; a daughter Peggy Bass and husband Conway of Irving; a brother, Dean Allison and wife Bunny of McGregor; three sisters, Bobbie Van Liew of Grandburry, Ruby Mahan and Peggy Cunningham both of McGregor; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

For those desiring, the family has suggested College Avenue Baptist church 201 South Monroe Street, McGregor, Texas 76657 for memorial contributions.


  • Funeral Service Friday, April 6, 2012
  • Visitation Thursday, April 5, 2012

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April 6, 2012

Peggy, Conway, Collin and Casey,
Tony and I are so sad to learn of Mr. Allison's death. From the obituary, sounds like he had a long happy life---something for which to be thankful . Wish we could have been there today, but Tony just got out of the hospital after 6 days.
Wishing you God's peace and sending our love,
Barbara & Tony

John Allison

April 6, 2012

My father was perhaps the sweetest person I have ever known. It isn't enough to say that he didn't have a mean bone in his body. He did not even have a mean cell.

Suzan Glover

April 5, 2012

To John, Peggy, Lloyd:

Lloyd Burton was a special person who always had a kind word for others and was able to make those in his presence feel truly valued.
You were fortunate to have him -- and his friends were fortunate to know him.
He will be sorely missed.
Suzan Glover (Austin, TX)

Judy Gauer

April 5, 2012

we have lost another leaf from our family tree. May God bless each and every one of Lloyd's children, grandchildren, brother, and sisters through this time of sadness. Your cousin, Judy Jones Gauer and family.

Larry Permenter

April 5, 2012

To Lloyd Jr. John and Peggy Ann, I send my most heartfelt sympathy to you all for having lost your father, my uncle Lloyd that I always got a joy of hearing him laugh when I was a boy. May God bless and keep you in his care during this sad time.

Ronny Bredemeyer

April 5, 2012

To Dean Allison,Ruby Mahan,Peggy Cunningham, and the rest of Mr. Allison's Family and friends. I'm very sorry to see/read of Mr. Allison's passing. I never met him but I'm sure he was a good Christian man. Thoughts, Condolences, and Prayers go to his Family and friends. We celebrate his life, mourn his passing, and rejoice that he has made it into Heaven. May GOD bless each one in his Family, and his many friends. May he rest in peace. Ronny Bredemeyer(Waco, Texas).