Eileen & Chris Pike, Mary & Scott Sweeney, Sarah & Aaron Scott, Emily Cook. His beloved nieces & nephews Kellen, Skyler, Beau, Eleanor, Stephanie, Jessica, Tia, Mariah, Danni, Adriel, Ashlee.
My brother was only 35 years old and he as so many young people had not made plans for taking care of his family in the event of a tradgedy. He was a wealthy man when it comes to family and friends. My brother would give you the shirt off his back if you need it, drop everything to come help you if you ever needed it, he voluntered his time with the Special Olympics and The National Canine Cancer Foundation. Allan was a friend of Village Church and a leader in Pathfinder Ministry. He was very dedicated to his and his families faith in God. He could pull a practical joke like nobody's business. He was funny, he had the most amazing smile, his laugh was contagious.
Allan was such a unbelivable husband and father, he was always so calm and peaceful. When our Uncle Bill was in the final end stages of Colon Cancer my brother and his family took him in and took care of him with patience, love, and understanding even though I know it may have been a burden on their single income. To say that I as his big sister looked up to him, is beyond a understatment. Allan gave so much to everyone and because of this our loss is so great.
In leui of flowers we are asking for donations that will used to help his widow Traci and his four children.
You can go into any 5/3 Bank and make a donation to
The Allan Cook Memorial or you can click here and donate online.
Every dollar helps and our family is so grateful for your love, prayers and support as we travel down this long road of grief and mourning.
Love & Light
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