A graveside service for Nellie Mae Allison, 92, formerly of Woodward, who died Tuesday, October 3, 1995 in her New Orleans home, will be at 2 PM Friday in the Mooreland Cemetery, with Warren McDowell officiating. Burial will be under the direction of Billings Funeral Home.
She was born March 6, 1903, in Troy Grove, Illinois to John Henry and Alice MaE Kidd Heide. She attended school in Illinois until the fourth grade. In 1913, her family moved to Longford, Kansas, and resided there for six years before moving to a farm southeast of Mooreland near Cedardale. On November 21, 1922, she married B. F. Whiting in Buffalo. They made their home in Woodward. He died on January 31, 1935. She married Glenn Allison on August 7, 1936 in Neosho, Missouri. They made their home in Woodward for over 60 years. He died on September 19, 1968.
Survivors include three daughters, Nelda Whiting of Medford, Marilyn Whiting of New Orleans and Kay Lochman of Fargo; four sons, Willett of Gulfport, Mississippi, Vern of Woodward, Darrell of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Neil of Richmond, Virginia; a sister, Ruth Croisant of Mooreland; 10 grandchildren; and three great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Irene, a sister and a brother.
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