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Thomas Harold Allison

February 11, 1941 ~ September 28, 2020 (age 79)


Harold Allison, 79, passed away at his residence on Monday evening surrounded by his loving family.  Marshall Memorial Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.  The service will be Wednesday September 30th, 2020  at 12:00 pm at Guntersville Church of Christ, located at 800 Gunter Ave in Guntersville, with Brother James Dudley and Brother Phillip Bradley officiating. Burial will follow afterwards at Marshall Memory Gardens

Pallbearers will be:  Lee Menefee, Jackson Menefee, Jacob Allison, Bradley Silas, Brad Kennemar, Brant Barnett, James Whitaker and Danny Thrash.

Harold was preceded in death by his parents Russ and Lee Allison; his brothers Earl and his wife Junita Allison and Charles and his wife Sally Allison; his sisters Loweta and her husband Hank Smith and Joann and her husband Jim Mercer.

Harold was born in Stevenson, Alabama to Thomas “Russ” Alison and Lee Grider Allison, from the Big Coon community outside of Stevenson. 

Harold met and married Carolyn on December 23rd, 1960.  They moved to Guntersville in 1963 and quickly became fixtures in the community.

Mr. Allison’s favorite activity was spending time with his children: Tommy and Rodney Allison; and Beverly Menefee; his grandchildren:  Paige (Bradley) Silas, Jacob Allison, Lee, Jackson and CarolAnn Menefee, and great grandson Conner Silas.

Harold worked for Meadow Gold Dairy for 25 years and worked with Kennamer Manufacturing in the Logging Industries.  In his later years, he started the LJC Transport Trucking.

One of Harold’s most enjoyable pastimes was watching his grandsons, Lee and Jackson, on the football field for Guntersville Wildcats and Sewanee Tigers.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 am until the start of the service at Guntersville Church of Christ.

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