Jo Allison Knievel

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06/24/1967 — 10/05/2010

Allison was a wonderful sister, daughter, and most of all wife who died much too young.

The thing that made Allison special was her smile, no matter what. Even through the toughest of times she smiled and lifted everybody else up with her precious smile. She was a loving caring person who, even though she didn’t have children of her own, loved children and animals.

Allison never once complained about her situation or pain but still worried about me (her husband) and if I was eating or sleeping.

Allison was born in Dallas, TX. She graduated from Ennis High School in 1985 and attended Navarro Junior College.

Allison Knievel accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her savior on May 12, 2010 — so I know that she is spending eternity in heaven. God can rest and let Allison’s smile light up heaven and let her warmth and love and joy touch others already in heaven.

From her husband David whose heart is broken and very soul now bleeds from the absence of his precious Allison. I love you more than words can say. This is not goodbye my love, my darling. This is only till we meet again in heaven and I can tell you how much I love you, how you filled my heart with joy and love, and I can kiss your precious lips again. I would walk through the depths of hell and wait an eternity just to hold your hand and kiss your cheek, if even for a second, because you are my soulmate, you are my one true love, you are me. I will carry you in my heart and my soul here on earth till I die and we meet again. I said in our wedding vows on March 12,1999, till death do us part but even death will not part my love for you. Thank you for being my everything… till we meet again, my love.

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