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Allison Lashawn Reynolds
November 8, 1964 ~ March 5, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Allison LaShaun Parker Reynolds was born to the late Paul Parker and Elsia Jone Adams on November 8, 1964. She departed this earth on Sunday, March 5, 2023, surrounded by her loving family. Allison accepted Christ at an early age and was active in the church choir, usher board and other ministries. She has been a member of new Hope Missionary Baptist Church all her life. She was raised in Jacksonville, Alabama with her parents, Unis and Elsia Adams and her siblings.
Allison attended Kitty Stone Elementary School, Jacksonville High School and Jacksonville State University throughout her academic studies. Allison was well loved for her caring spirit and love of people. She considered everyone she met a special person and went out of her way to make them feel that way. Allison’s greatest joys were her children, Elijah and Alivia. She loved to tell stories, take pictures and share her joy and pride in all they did and accomplished. Allison enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and was known as the life of the party. She brought a smile to the faces of all she was around and was known to keep the crowd laughing.
Allison leaves to cherish her memories , a husband, William Reynolds; her children, Elijah and Alivia Reynolds; four sisters, Paula (Darrel) Andrews of San Antonio, Texas, Johnita Ervin ,Kimberly (Samuel) Dailey, Cynthia (Eric) Morris all of Jacksonville, Alabama; two brothers, Jacky Parker of San Antonio, Texas and Marcus (Tarsha) Parker of Saint Petersburg, florida; fifteen nieces and nephews, Trimaine Parker, Shondra Smith, Paul Parker, Taylor Parker, Jaquane Hammond, Breanna Andrews, D.J. Andrews, Darion Andrews, Braesha Andrews, Kenyatta Ervin, Kiara Ervin, Kelsey Ervin, Juwan Parker, Elizabeth Thomas, Gabriel Thomas; two great nieces, Aubree Ervin and Isabella Parker, three great nephews, Aiden Ervin, Sir Parker Askew and Ethan James Parker; three aunts, Ruby Keith, Johnnie Wilson and Juanita (Paul) Nixon; a cousin, who she considered a brother, Willie (Yvette) Wilson; close friends she considered family, Kathy (Sherman) Brewster, LaTonya Delks, Kimberly (Danny) Garrick, LaKeitra Atkins and DeShannon Siders. She is further survived by a host of cousins and friends.
She is preceded in death by her father, Paul Parker, her ‘Pop,” Unis Adams, her sister, Karcilon (Kandy) Parker, and grandparents