Susan A. Allcock

November 13, 1955April 23, 2021

PEKIN~ Susan Allcock, 65, of Pekin, passed away at 4:10 p.m. Friday, April 23, 2021 at her home in Pekin.

Born November 13, 1955 in Pekin to Richard and Ann Shirley (Moon) Sidell of Pennsylvania, she married Donald Ray Allcock on May 25, 1973 in Pekin. He died November 30, 2013. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Richard Sidell Jr. and her longtime best friend Karen Chance.

Surviving are her son, Brent (Tabitha Sarchet) Allcock; four grandchildren, Nathaniel Allcock and Noelle Allcock both of Bloomington, David (Eryn) Sarchet of Peoria and Ronnie Sarchet of Pekin; two great-grandchildren Olivia and Eleanor Sarchet of Peoria; her sister, Nancy Jo Cisneros and her brother David Sidell.

Susan was a stay at home mother and a homemaker.

She was an avid NASCAR fan and described as a gearhead. Her favorite NASCAR driver was Kyle Bush. Susan loved her grandchildren more than anything and treasured the time they spent together. She was very proud of her grandchildren’s accomplishments, especially Noelle, she was counting down the days until her high school graduation. Susan had a special place in her heart for Shotzie Maxewell Allcock her dog.

Cremation has been accorded by Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Pekin. There will be no services.

Memorial contributions can be made to the family to offset funeral expenses.

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Jim and Patty Hall

April 30, 2021

To the Allcock and Sidell Family-

We are so very sorry for your loss

thelma snedden

April 29, 2021

Brent so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was a good neighbor she always mowed my yard when she was able. I missed her when I moved. Prayers to you and the family.

Andrea Brackney

April 28, 2021

Brent I'm sorry for your loss, Jay was right it doesn't get any easier we just learn to live with the loss. I hope you can get some kind of comfort knowing she is now with your dad, grandma & grandpa.

Jay Cisneros

April 27, 2021

Aunt Susan was a great person. She will be greatly missed. I can't honestly say it will get better, but I know it will get a little easier as time goes by. Thinking of all of her loved ones during this time.