Pernema Kennel

Home of Pernema's Australian Shepherds. Located in Caro, MI since 1999

Allison

Allison

While Allison, was not my family (per-say)  she was in my dog family,  she was a lovely girl, that loved her dogs, as much as she loved life.

 She was whisked away so early in her life, to be with God.  To watch out for the beloved animals awaiting at the rainbow bridge.

9/5/1997 - 7/26/2008

 

 

Allison Nikole Pfeiffer

1997 – 2008

Allison Nikole Pfeiffer, 10, of Green Castle, Missouri, passed away Saturday

(July 26, 2008) following an automobile accident north of Novinger, Missouri.

She was born September 5, 1997 in Little Rock, Arkansas, the daughter of

Jeffrey S. and Ann (McCoy) Pfeiffer.

Allison is survived by her father, Jeffrey S. Pfeiffer, and step-mother,

Daphne Brock Pfeiffer of Little Rock, AR; her mother, Ann Marie Ferguson of

Green Castle, MO; one brother, Shane Ferguson of Green Castle, MO; her

grandparents, Don and Carol McCoy of Kirksville, MO, Drs. Samuel and

Maureen Pfeiffer of Kirksville, MO, and Jim and Doris Brock of Little Rock,

AR; seven uncles, Shawn McCoy, Eric Pfeiffer, Gregrey Pfeiffer, Danny

Giacomo, JD Giacomo, Bob Giacomo and Anthony Giacomo; four aunts,

Nikole Pfeiffer, Misty McCoy, Diana Costa and Janet Leslie, as well as two

cousins, Payne Pfeiffer and Kaitlyn McCoy.

Allison was a member of the Mary Immaculate Catholic Church and attended

5th grade at the Mary Immaculate Catholic School, where she loved playing

basketball with her friends. She was also active in the Adair County

Trinity 4-H, and was involved in dancing and gymnastics with Julia

Peterson’s Dance Factory. Allison loved roller skating, bowling, camping,

cooking, knitting, using her computer, the outdoors, and had a great love for

all of her animals, especially rabbits and chickens. She always took great care

of her animals, showing her rabbits and chickens at the Fair, and had also

won many awards for her dog “Haley”. Allison also loved watching old monster

movies and episodes of Lost in Space, Scooby Doo, and Tom & Jerry.

Allison spent her summers with her father and step-mother in Little Rock,

Arkansas. She loved volunteering at the Little Rock Zoo where she was known

as an “Honorary Keeper”. Allison also loved acting as her daddy’s “personal

drum roadie” for his band “BushDog”.

She was very loved and brought joy and sunshine to all her family and

friends in both Kirksville and Little Rock. She was adored by all the staff of

the Little Rock Zoo and by the entire crew of BushDog, and she loved all of

them very much. She will be sorely missed.

The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11:00 a.m. Wednesday (July

30, 2008) at the Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Kirksville, with Father

Chris Cordes presiding. Music selections will be provided by Heather Mitchell,

Lynn Wagner, and the Mary Immaculate Prayer Buddies. Selections will be

“Be Not Afraid”, “Psalm 27”, “On Eagles Wings”, and “Here I Am”. Interment

will follow in the Mary Immaculate Catholic section of Highland Park

Cemetery in Kirksville.

Family will receive friends this evening, Tuesday (July 29, 2008) from 6:00

to 8:00 p.m., with a liturgical vigil service led by Deacon Dave Ream at 7:00

p.m. in the chapel of the Travis-Noe Funeral Home in Kirksville.

Casket bearers will be Jeffrey Pfeiffer, Shawn McCoy, Bob Withrow and

Michael Klem.

 

 

Why God Takes Little Children

When God calls little children
to dwell with Him above,
We mortals sometimes question
the wisdom of His love.

For no heartache compares with,
the death of one small child.
Who does so much to make our world,
seem so wonderful and mild.

Perhaps God tires of calling
the aged to His fold.
So He picks a rosebud
before it can grow old.

God knows how much we need them,
and so He takes but few.
To make the land of heaven
more beautiful to view.

Believing this is difficult
still somehow we must try.
The saddest word mankind knows
will always be Good-bye.

So when a little child departs,
we who are left behind,
Must realize God loves children.
ANGELS ARE HARD TO FIND!


Author Unknown

 

Here's a Link to Allison's younger brothers Shane's obituary 

 

                

                     Allison and Haley                                                       Allison

 

                    

 

 

 Allison and her brother Shane                             Allison and her Father Jeff

 

              

Ann, Allisons mom and friend

           

 

   

                                                                                                   Allison, her father Jeff and Step Mother Daphne.

                                                                

 

    

This is the memorial bench the folks at Jeff's work (at the Little Rock Zoo) had made in Allison's memory.

People from the zoo and others contributed the money to have it made especially for Allison

                                                             

                 Allison is buried in the little Catholic section of the graveyard in Kirksville, on Cottage Grove Street, by the Upper Elementary School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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