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Allison L. Williams

November 20, 1989 ~ January 15, 2023 (age 33) 33 Years Old
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Penny Adams
March 15, 2023 8:27 AM
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amanda almond
March 9, 2023 3:14 PM
I loved Allison and I will miss her spirit. I was her room mate in Alpharetta and there was never a dull moment with her around. She loved listening to her murder mysteries in the middle of night and she loved eating her snacks in the middle of the night. She would spend hours on her makeup and I let her get me all dolled up one day. It doesn't seem real she is gone. Rest in peace my sweet friend. You will be missed.
William Kusnerik
March 5, 2023 1:42 PM
Allison Williams, 33 of Augusta, GA died unexpectedly at her home on Sunday, January 15, 2023.
Ms. Williams was born November 20, 1989 in Urbana, Illinois to Elizabeth (Unger) and William E. Kusnerik.
A Funeral Mass is scheduled for 10:30 A.M. March 11, 2023 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Galesburg with the Rev. Lee Brokaw officiating.
Allison took great passion in helping others. She was an active member in her recovery community. She was an animal lover who will be deeply missed by her beloved dog Wrigley. She was an avid Chicago Cubs fan who loved reading, horseback riding and listening to country music. She was a member of St. Mary on the Hill Catholic Parish in Augusta, Georgia.
Along with her parents, Elizabeth (John) Stein of Augusta, GA, William E. (Judy)) Kusnerik of Peoria, IL. She is survived a sister, Katrina (Drew) Mitchell, a niece and nephew, Mallory and Cal Mitchell, a step-sister, Amanda (Danny) Visocky, step-brothers, Scott Payton and Garrett Stein, aunts and uncles, Marianne (Donnie) Williams, Diane (Greg) Milani, Carol (Jim) Blevins, Tom (Wendy) Unger and James (Karrie) Unger, and numerous cousins. Allison was preceded in death by her grandparents, William G. and Theresa Kusnerik and Kenneth and Margaret Unger. In lieu of flowers, her family requests giving to a local animal shelter.
Marianne Williams
March 8, 2023 2:12 AM
"Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him.”
-Psalm 127:3
Allison touched many more lives than can possibly be accounted for through her walk of faith and her life of recovery. Her attitude of gratitude served as a cornerstone in her life. No matter what life threw at her, she knew with God by her side, she could conquer it. The very same fighting spirit I witnessed in her as a little girl continued in her adult life.
Her fight has been won. God brought her home with His army of angels. Her fight is over. She is at peace. Her memory will live on in the many people she formed relationships with over the years.
Her entire family will miss her. Allison will never be forgotten. She left her mark upon this earth. Her truth will continue to be told. My prayer is that the same love and compassion given to Allison is bestowed back to the giver tenfold. I think Allison would have wanted that.
Marianne Williams
March 4, 2023 3:25 PM
Allison shed her earthly vessel and took her place amongst the stars. May God continue to bless and keep her family, that was left behind, with sweet memories of her. The same way her life reflected the truth, we pray her death is an extension of that same truth.

Marianne, Donnie & Trey Williams
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Greg and Diane Milani

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Allison will remain in our hearts forever. May Almighty God comfort your broken hearts. We love you.
Greg and Diane Milani


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