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VISITATION
November 22, 2019 | 4-8Pm Friday

Yurs Funeral Home 1771 W State Street (Rte 38) Geneva


Memorial Service
November 23, 2019 | 11:00 A.M.

St Patrick Crane Rd Church 6N487 Crane Road St Charles, Il.


Burial Location
Private

December 16, 1961 - November 19, 2019

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the living Well Cancer Resource Center, 442 Williamsburg Ave, Geneva, Il. 60134 https://livingwellcrc.org/get-involved/donate/ or National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation https://www.npcf.us/

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Donna Knox from Burlington, IL

"I had the pleasure of working with Bob in HR for a few years and enjoyed his gentle and kind soul. He will be missed by so many of our D303 community. My prayers go out to your family and may you find peace in knowing he is in God's loving hands."


The Von Qualen Family from St. Charles, IL

"We are so grateful for our years with Dr. Allison at Wild Rose. He helped countless families, including ours, and we will miss him greatly. Our prayers are with his family."


Charlie Kyle from St. Charles, IL

"I worked with Bob as a colleague for 17 years in CUSD 303. We shared a love of the Harry Potter book series and would always compare opinions of each book. He was an excellent administrator, husband and father. My thoughts and prayers are with Bob's family. He will be missed by so many."


Annette Sheehan from Elgin, IL

"Maura, I can't begin to express how much I appreciated working with Bob in D303. He made a big difference in my life by encouraging me and giving me many opportunities. He was my boss, but he treated me like a colleague and a friend. I am forever grateful. He will be missed by thousands of people - he touched many lives. I hope you find comfort in the fact that his influence will go on for generations. My prayers are for you and Tommy and Rachel to find comfort in remembering all the precious times you had together and celebrating a life well lived. I grieve with you. Annette Sheehan"


Cody from Chicago, IL

"I feel privileged to have known Dr. Allison. He was such a pleasant, funny guy and an extremely talented cook."


Tammy Damato from St Charles , IL

"I spoke with Dr. Allison on occasion as a school bus driver for D303. I transported Wild Rose students for 5 years and Dr. Allison was always available and open to my visits in his office. I send prayers & condolences to his family, friends and the D303 community."


The Levers Family from St. Charles, IL

"I only had the opportunity to meet Dr. Allison on two occasions. These were occasions the greatly affected my son and our family. My son was a new transfer for the 2019/2020 year to Wild Rose. Dr. Allison met with us and gave us a private tour of the school and playground, and he met with our family at the ice cream social. He left such an impression on me because he took such great care with my son to help him feel less anxious, calm his fears, and made sure that he felt welcome. The transition to our new school has gone very smoothly and my son is thriving...and it all started with the compassion and kindness from Dr. Allison. Our prayers go out to his family, friends and colleagues. I'm very glad that I got to meet him...he will be missed."


The Dodd Family from St. Charles, IL

"Thank you Dr. Allison, for making us feel so welcome on our arrival to America and especially for helping Henry, Charlie and Lulu feel such a big part of the Wildrose School community. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family."


O’Brien Family from St Charles , IL

"We were blessed to know Dr Allison as the most heartfelt and wonderful principal. We will greatly miss him and all the love and support that he brought to our school. He greeted the kids every day outside and then again when they left for the day. He knew all the kids by name. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. He will be greatly missed."


The Kumar Family from St Charles, IL

"We are sorry for your loss, thinking of Dr. Allison's family at this difficult time. He was a wonderful principal and educator. May he rest in peace."


The Piggott Family from St Charles, IL

"It was always lovely to see Dr Allison standing outside Wildrose to welcome each child by name in the mornings. We will miss seeing his face. We hope his family will find comfort in this sad time from the fact that he made such an impact on all those young lives ."


The Bryner Family from St Charles, IL

"Our family, and in particular, our young son and daughter will really miss Dr. Allison. He was so great with the students at Wild Rose. Please accept our sincerest condolences."


The Castillo Family from St. Charles, IL

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this most difficult time. Dr. Allison will certainly be missed. His adoration for the students at Wildrose always showed and he made an impact on my son every morning when we would drop him off at school. Connor loved asking about your morning every day when he saw you. Thank you for tolerating his jokes that made no sense! He was a great pleasure to know and we will certainly miss him."


The Salwan Family from Saint Charles, IL

"Dr. Allison was a very kind man and a beloved principal. He knew every student and was involved in helping them achieve their best. Rain or shine, he would be waiting for the students to arrive every morning. His dedication to the education and development of his students was evident in his actions. May his soul Rest In Peace and May his family find the strength to overcome this loss."


The LeDeaux Family from St. Charles, IL

"“Dr. Allison, thank you for always being such a kind and calming presence at Wild Rose. I will always remember and admire how you would greet Quentin by name each morning he arrived and at every school event we attended. You will be greatly missed. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.”"


Stacey Kilburg from Geneva, IL

"I'm so sorry for your loss of a great father and husband. As one of Rachel's elementary teachers I appreciated Dr. Alison's support as a parent and later when my sister-in-law was a teacher at his school I appreciated his care for her as a new teacher. She told me he was a great principal who supported his teachers and listened to their feedback and concern. I will continue to keep your family in my thoughts."


The O'Connell Family from St. Charles, IL

"We will miss you Dr. Allison. Our family is so grateful for your leadership at Wild Rose. Your calm and generous demeanor revealed your integrity and character, such a wonderful model for our children and community."


Jordan Loughran from Batavia , IL

"Mr. Allison always made me laugh every time I came over to hangout with Tommy. One day back in high school we were tearing the living room apart looking for Tommy’s wallet when Mr. Allison explained to him he was going to have to revoke his “man” card because, “A man never loses his wallet”. I remember laughing so hard at that I could barely breathe. To this day I have never lost my wallet and I have Mr. Allison to thank for that and so much more. Much like my wallet all these years I will never forget the good times I had with you Mr. Allison. Sincerely, Jordan Loughran"


The Piloto Family from St. Charles, IL

"Dear Allison Family, we would like to offer our sincerest condolences to you. We knew Dr. Allison was a genuine person, with a gentle easy manner - someone who listened closely and was sincere in his dedication to the children at Wild Rose. We will never forget him. All the best to you at this difficult time. We will continue to keep your family in our thoughts."


Kim Perkins from Lombard, IL

"Dear Allison family, I had the good fortune to work with Bob in St. Charles Schools. My last few years there overlapped his first years there. Bob was such a pleasure with which to work, and he was widely respected for not only his congenial manner, but also for his love of children, reading, and education. As I look back now over my years in the field of education, I was impressed by and appreciative of Bob's quality work and his passion for it. Take solace in the outpourings of appreciation by his former students and their parents. That speaks volumes to his legacy. Be well, and I wish you peace."


Kim Perkins from Lombard, IL

"Dear Allison family, I count myself fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Bob. My last few years in St. Charles Schools overlapped his first few. I was impressed by and appreciative of Bob's love of children, education, and reading. Take solace in the kind words of his students and their parents. That is the best testimony to his impact and success. Be well, and I wish you peace."


The Korakis Family from St. Charles , IL

"We have been blessed to have had such a caring and thoughtful individual guiding our children’s education. We are forever grateful for the positive impact Dr. Allison has had on our three children. His legacy lives on with them and all of our children. Our thoughts, hopes and prayers go out to his family and loved ones. While he may no longer be with us in body, I’d like to believe he’ll be standing outside Wildrose every morning in spirit. Greeting us all with a wave and a smile."


The Lotfi Family from South Elgin, IL

"We are honestly sorry to hear the sad news of the passing of Dr Allison, the honorable principal of Wild Rose. His noble thoughts and ethics were the best lessons for the teachers , parents, and students at school. His noble works and mentorship are not easy to forget. He will be in our prayers and thoughts. Please accept our condolences. The Lotfi Family"


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