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Wanda was born in Oneonta, Alabama to Bennet Allison and Gladys Price. She is survived by her brother, Paul Allison, and family, her children Troy A. Adair, Jr., Stacey L. Fuller, Allison A. Vargo, and Shannon R. Southern, 7 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandson.

Wanda worked for U.S. Pipe for many years as the plant nurse. She had a great love for dogs...especially  underdogs.

The family will be having a small, graveside service on Thursday, August 19 at 11:00 A.M. at Dailey's Chapel Cemetery in Rosa, Alabama.

In leui of flowers, please consider a donation to the ASPCA in her name.

The Most Beautiful Woman I Knew

As a child, when lost, I would search for her hair
It was always a cause to look and stare

She stood so tall and was so lean
A model, she truly could have been

I loved the clothes she sewed by hand
The costumes and dolls, and the afghans

I'll always remember her holding a book
I'll remember her laugh, her eyes, and her look

She always wanted to look just so
No matter where she was to go

She carried herself well, always with pride
Never showing the little girl still inside

I pray she's found the peace she longed for on earth
I pray she knows how much she was truly worth

May her days be now in Paradise, missed family near
May her memory be close throughout every year

Tell Granddaddy hi.

With love,

Professional services provided by W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory, Birmingham, Alabama.

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