OBITUARY

Addison A. DeAllie

March 16, 1938January 10, 2021

Born 3/16/1938 in Red Mud, St. Patrick's, Grenada to Alexandrina Noel and Augustus DeAllie. He died on 1/10/2021. He came to the U.S. in 1967, and lived with his adopted church family, Marvelle and Kenneth Ware, while attending Independence bible school and then Kansas State College of Pittsburg. He graduated Independence Bible school in 1969. He graduated from Pittsburg in 1974 with a Masters in Accounting and from Wichita State University in 1981 with a Masters in Education. He met his wife of 41 years, Claudia DeAllie, through an acquaintance in Wichita. They were married in 1979. He worked as an accountant for the city of Wichita until his retirement at 70 years old. He preached and held revivals, was a Sunday school superintendent, and a church board member for many years. He was a man of great faith who loved to attend church and fellowship with others, was a self-taught musician who loved to use his gift for the Lord, he enjoyed gardening, real estate investing, and was an excellent handy man. He is survived by many siblings who reside in England, the Caribbean, and the United States. He is survived by his wife Claudia DeAllie, daughters Addia, Sandra, Angela and sons Michael, Christopher, and Tevis DeAllie and seven grandchildren. He will be laid to rest at Lakeview on Tuesday January 19, 2021. Viewing will be at 1pm and private service at 2pm. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to his pastor Curtis Gordon and his church, the Bible Holiness Church (306 N. Bebe St. Wichita, KS 67212), or the Independence Bible School (2246 S. 10th St. Independence, KS 67301).

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Addia DeAllie
  • Sandra DeAllie
  • Michael DeAllie
  • Christopher DeAllie
  • Angela DeAllie
  • Tevis DeAllie

Services

  • Viewing & Visitation

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

  • Funeral Service - Private

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Karen Knight Davis

January 21, 2021

I was young when I met Addison Deallie but he left a huge positive impression on me. He was one of those people I looked up to as a kid and asked about every so often after I moved away. He was a kind man. He will be missed.

Nesta De Landro

January 19, 2021

I just wanted to say thank you for the support over the years. It may have seemed like nothing but it was very much something to me and the rest of us.

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Shaka

Amanda LeRoy

January 19, 2021

Since I stayed over with Addia, I was able to meet and have this amazing man as a great influence in my life. He is the hardest working man I have ever met. My favorite memory of him is when he called me funny face, not because I was funny looking, but because I was always smiling. He made sure I knew this. I will forever celebrate Addison. We only get to live this life, in this way once. He made the best of it and soon we will see him again. Death is not the end, Jesus will return with many amazing people to fill up this earth as it should have been from the beginning. We all know Addison is one of those amazing people.

Jillian DeAllie

January 19, 2021

To my Beloved uncle Addison may your soul Rest In Peace. To aunty Claudia and the rest of the family know that grief can only be conquered when it is faced with divine help and support of others. Thank God who provides all the comfort and strength you will need as you go through this season in life. God’s continued blessings.

Doris Morin-Charles

January 19, 2021

I met my Uncle Addison for the first time when he came to see his sister Doslyn Morin my mom in Florida some years ago. I was at work that day and it was my birthday. He and Claudia surprised me at work. I never forgot that day. He said I heard you turned 50 today so here is $50, off course I wasn’t 50 yet, but I loved his sense of humor. I will cherish the memories of my visits with him during the times he vacationed in Florida forever. My uncle had a heart of gold. Gone but will never be forgotten. May your soul Rest In Perfect Peace until we meet again at heavens gate.

Edward, Shirley, & Shirrae Salisbury

January 18, 2021

Mr. DeAllie always had something encouraging and funny to say. He was a very knowledgeable man and also very considerate. He did so much to help others. One of our favorite memories is when he picked up a guitar and began to play and sing! The DeAllies are such a wonderful family. We love you all and are praying for you.

Sam DeAllie

January 17, 2021

The lost of Addison has left us all in dismay, we never anticipated an active man like him would leave us like this. His time with us was lived to the fullest and there are no regrets.
Addison have left us with wonderful memories especially our 2018 vacation together in Branson.
May God rest his soul in peace and the angels to always be there with both of you.

Cecelia Douglas

January 17, 2021

First met Addison when in Grenada in 1962. A good friend ever since. Prayers for the family.

Dala Loomer

January 17, 2021

Addison was one of sweetest and most ornery people I knew. Visiting with him was always a delight. At Independence camp meeting 2019 he told me that I needed to come and visit the church in Wichita again so he could hear me play my fiddle again. Looking forward to singing in heaven with him. Love you Addison, you will be missed.

Sandra DeAllie

January 16, 2021

Daddy,

It was an honor to call you my dad. You were the perfect man in my eyes and you always will be. I’ve never seen you be unkind to anyone my whole life. If anything was broken, I knew you could fix it! You were kind, respectful, hardworking, humble, compassionate, a great husband to mommy, and a great dad. You taught me what a man is and I’ll forever be grateful to you. I love you daddy ♥️ Until we meet again!

Sandra

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY