OBITUARY

Alison Nicole Stewart

July 14, 1981September 3, 2018
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Stewart, Alison Nicole, 37, of Wichita, Kansas passed away on Monday September 3, 2018 in Wichita. Alison was born the daughter of Jon "Zeb" Stewart and Angie (Steve) Ansel on July 14, 1981 in Wichita. Alison was a registered nurse most recently with DaVita Dialysis in Wichita. She was loved by her patients and co-workers. She loved helping people. Alison was a loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, friend and animal lover and will be missed by all who knew her. What Alison loved the most were her two sons and it showed in her everyday life. She was preceded in death by her grandfather; Buck D. Stewart and grandparents; C.R. and Hilda Tyson. Survivors include her sons; Jack Michael Wylie, Westin Thomas Wylie, brother; Kellen (Ashley) Stewart, mother; Angie (Steve) Ansel, father; Jon "Zeb" Stewart, grandparents; Floyd and Gladys Dodds. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. on Saturday September 8, 2018 at Lakeview Funeral Home, 12100 E. 13th St. N., Wichita. Burial will follow at Laurel Cemetery in Haven, KS. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Alison Stewart Memorial Fund (to help with her son's future education) c/o Lakeview Funeral Home.

  • FAMILY

  • She was preceded in death by her grandfather; Buck D. Stewart and grandparents; C.R. and Hilda Tyson. Survivors include her sons; Jack Michael Wylie, Westin Thomas Wylie, brother; Kellen (Ashley) Stewart, mother; Angie (Steve) Ansel, father; Jon "Zeb" Stewart, grandparents; Floyd and Gladys Dodds.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Matt Stewart
  • Ryan Stewart
  • Kellen Stewart
  • Micah Reece
  • Peter Scimeca
  • Drew Popplewell
  • DONATIONS

  • Alison Stewart Memorial Fund (to help with her son's future education) c/o Lakeview Funeral Home

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Alison Nicole Stewart

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DaVita Dialysis WICHITA ACUTES

October 15, 2018

Ali always took the extra time with her patients.

We have one particular patient that every time we see her it takes a while before we can get her dialysis going because she would not let anyone stick her. We tried different nurses & different methods but none pleased her.

Ali came up with the perfect solution. To teach her to self cannulate that way she would be able to start her treatment with less anxiety and difficulty.

She truly always thought outside the box.

DaVita DIalysis WICHITA ACUTES

October 15, 2018

WAY TO GO ALI!!!

From: Gina Hill
Date: 04/27/2018 @ 10:14 am
SUBJECT: Kudos

Today at SJ my patient and his wife were very grateful & appreciative of the information you shared regarding rehab facilities and questions you answered about dialysis in general. I just reviewed, reinforced & expanded. They are well prepared and confident going to their chronic facility! Nice Job....Gina.

Andrew Mcnaughten

October 12, 2018

I loved Allie. She was an amazing beautiful person. I knew her since grade school and always had a major crush on her. She was a loving mother to her two boys. Rest in peace Allie Girl :)

Alex Ambuehl

September 9, 2018

Ali and I worked nights together on the cancer unit at St. Francis. We spent a ton of time talking together in the slower parts of our shifts. I loved talking with her because she was so passionate about almost everything. She was always talking about her boys. They were clearly her whole world.
I miss her.

Sheila Steele

September 8, 2018

I miss these days. We were roommates. We were good friends. It was some of the best times of my life and Ali was a part of it. We laughed a lot. Her loud laugh echoes in my head with so many memories. My heart hurts for your family. My heart hurts for Ali. I am lucky to always have the memories of us. Rest In Peace my old friend.

Beverly Lamkin

September 8, 2018

Dear Angie & Zeb. You have my heartfelt sympathy. Time will gradually ease the pain. I'm remembering a little toddler having fun at the softball game. May you find peace through this tragedy.

Ayman Hamad

September 8, 2018

Ali had shown us the true calling for nurses. She had lived and practiced unconditional love towards her patients and never once judged them. She was a strong advocate for her patients rights and treated them without pre-cursor in judgment . I will miss our intellectual conversations and history lessons. She was very curious about the world and history and she always wanted to travel the world and learn about other people and cultures. To her two sons Jack Michael and WestinThomas, your mom loved you both more than life it self and was very proud of how smart and intelligent you are. She always had a twinkle in her eyes when she spoke of you. I’m so sorry for your loss. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel on Monday. God bless you Alison Stewart

Laura Johnston

September 7, 2018

My heart is in pieces as I learned of Ali’s passing tonight. Angie, Kellen, Steve, Zeb...Ali was a beautiful person with a great ability to love and feel deeply. My heart goes out to all of you and her precious boys.

Michelle Dennison

September 7, 2018

Michelle Dennison

September 7, 2018