Vasil Jeannie Allison

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Vasil Jeannie Allison

March 19, 1925 - January 06, 2019

Vasil Jeannie Allison Vasil Jeannie Allison, 93, died Sunday January 6, 2019 at the Meridian Nursing Home, Duncan, Oklahoma, after a brief illness.

Funeral services for the longtime Comanche resident will be held on Wednesday January 9th at 2:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Comanche, with the Rev. Ryan Sims officiating. Burial will follow at Fairlawn Cemetery. Viewing will be Tuesday from 1:00-5:00 p.m. and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. until noon.

She was born March 19, 1925 at Harris, Missouri, to Nova and Sarah (Hays) Glidewell. She moved to Comanche after she and John A. (Johnny) Allison were united in marriage on October 26, 1952 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Together they managed several businesses. Their latest venture which was operated until Johnny's death in 1994 was the new/antique furniture business along with his auctioneering service, located on their farm, one mile south of Comanche. She gave up the farm life with his passing. They were both members of the First United Methodist Church.

Jeannie is survived by her only sister, Vada O'Dell (age 102) of Los Angeles, California. Vada is the only mother Jeannie knew, as their own mother passed when Jeannie was three years old. There are also numerous nieces and nephews with extended families, living in Kansas, Missouri, Texas, and Oklahoma. These family members along with a host of friends will mourn her loss. She is preceded in death by her husband, and four brothers.

Online condolences may be sent to comanchefh@pldi.net
Published on January 8, 2019
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Mildred Blanton
Jan 17, 2019
I have lost a dear, dear, friend. No matter how bad she felt, if I was sick she called. She was always up for company. I loved to take her Snicker bars, they were her favorite.
Farewell sweet friend.
Holly Bernice Harrison
Jan 15, 2019
I'm going to miss my best friend and she always getting on a horse to win or she's always calling over and ask me on question how to play bingo and she yells bingo .and she's going to be miss bye her friends too.and I love her if was my mom.
Betsy O'Dell
Jan 09, 2019
Jeannie was my second mother. Her sister being my first. I can't remember a time that she wasn't there for me and my brother. Always the funniest and youngest thinking person in the crowd. The never ending strength in my life.
Rev. Ryan Sims
Jan 08, 2019
What a special woman Jeannie was. Her influences left on the community and the hearts of different individuals will be long cherished. She is in company with the great cloud of witnesses in Heaven.

Rev. Ryan P. Sims