Turner Funeral Home and Florida Hills Memorial Gardens

14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL


Alison Rose Morizzo

October 10, 2001November 26, 2019
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Alison Rose Morizzo was born on October 10, 2001 and passed away on November 26, 2019.


10 December

Funeral Mass

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Church

13485 Spring Hill Dr
Spring Hill, FL 34609


  • Visitation Monday, December 9, 2019


Alison Rose Morizzo

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Nancy Rose

December 9, 2019

Thank you, to all who came this evening. It gave us great comfort, to hear all the beautiful memories. Thank you, to the amazing kids, in the NJROTC , she loved all of you, past and present. And every leader she ever had. I don't ever remember her, not loving a teacher, not one. Even the ones, that made her think, challenging her. And her friends know, she loved them, when she said she said it. Our chicken cutlet friend, our grapes friend, our Nesquick friend, she always wanted to remember everyone. And love the beautiful wings, from Drama club. Glad to have be a part of something she loved so much. Proud being an Aunt, honored to be a Godmother. Mary, her art teacher, her love and support, like a second mother. Humbled by how many lives she touched. Turner did a beautiful job. Everything was perfect. Thank you, get great strength, and peace from all the support and love.

Julianna Crawford

December 9, 2019

Alison , the sweetest most beautiful person inside and out. She helped me and was there for me on the worst days. Her last day on campus she spent the entire day with me because my blood sugar wasn’t good. She wouldn’t leave my side and I’m so thankful to have had a friend like her . I love and miss her so much everyday . She will forever be my XO.❤️

Avionna Grenier

December 9, 2019

Alison was the most beautiful person I’ve ever had been able to know, she was selfless and kind and beautiful, whenever we’d have performances we’d go into the teachers lounge and buy every single apple juice in the vending machine and we’d always sit in the dressing rooms and talk about all of our future plans, everything about her was beautiful and amazing. There are no words or memories that I could talk about that would ever sum up what she means to me.

Shauna Rayford

December 9, 2019

I had the privilege of being in the ASL class as Alison in Spring Hill we sat next to each other she was such a loving and caring young lady. And to my surprise I started my last ASL class and choose a set in the third row second seat in only to find out that she sat in the seat next to me the semester before. She will be missed and pray for her family and friends during this difficult time.

Nathan Johnson

December 9, 2019

I have been a substitute teacher at Central for a few years, and had the privilege of having Alison in class on multiple occasions. She was a joy to have in class. Respectful, helpful and kind, with a bright future ahead of her. My prayers for all her family and friend. May God comfort you all!

Samantha Werner

December 8, 2019

Alison was the sweetest and probably one of the most genuine people I know , god has bigger plans for her❤️ She’s watching over all of us 💜 I pray for her family and her other friends . We should all continue to live in her amazing legacy of kindness and generosity 🌞

Josie Firster

December 5, 2019

I didn't get a chance to know Alison very long, as I am a substitute teacher at CHS. I got the opportunity to meet Alison through the ROTC program. From day one, she was very respectful and extremely helpful. I could tell right away that she was a special individual, and that she was a bright light for others.

I am so very sorry to Alison's family and friends for your loss. May her beautiful memory help you heal in time.

Maria KLB

December 5, 2019

Sincere condolences to the whole family 💜🙏 My thoughts and continued prayers for you all 🙏
First time our families met was when you all just moved to Florida. Your mom would wait at the bus stop and then hurry to make it to your prekindergarten class. In kindergarten, you waited as my daughter helped ease your fears for the first time heading out to school. What was so special about this was years later my granddaughter entered kindergarten and rode the same bus and you helped her to ease her into the routine and grow accustomed to the school. Then this year, my granddaughter was a freshman and you a senior. And again, you assisted her and ease her into her freshman year.
I'm sorry you were taken to soon from all your family and friend's. Your whole life, as you just celebrated your 18th birthday, your acceptance into your dream college. Gone to soon. Soar high with the Angel's 👼 sweet young lady. May you rest in peace and perpetual light shine upon you always.

Alana Whiting

December 3, 2019

Alison Morizzo
I am so glad I got to know the beautiful and talented soul that she was. She was the girl who always had a smile on her face. She made everyone feel like her best friend and continuously shared her humorous side. I had the privilege of being in the same art class for a few years as well as the same Public Speaking college class. She was a bright and fun young woman who was kind enough to give me some pointers when I felt like being sick before a speech. She was the friend that everyone wished they had and she will be missed every day. Although there is sadness in her loss, there is also a joy in knowing she is in a better place.

Mary Petricone

December 2, 2019

Alison Morizzo was the kind of student teachers dream about,
the kind of daughter parents hope for,
the kind of person people wish to meet.

My dear sweet, creative, funny, enthusiastic Alison. My little artist buddy whom
I was lucky to have as a student for almost 10 years.

You lit up the studio every time you came in, and treated everyone with a genuine interest and kindness. You were always ready to laugh. I loved your sense of humor, and the last few years that you would kid me and catch me by surprise with some funny comment.

I loved you so much I am
Finding it hard to find the words at how heartbreaking it is that you are gone. On this last Sunday art class it was unthinkable that your smiling face would not walk in from church, change your clothes, and sit down to paint.

Thank you Alison for blessing my life with your zest for living. I’m so sorry you didn’t get to realize your grown up dreams.

Mary Petricone