Allison, Dillon

Dillon Lewis Allison

January 25, 1993 - December 24, 2020

Dillon Lewis Allison of Melissa, TX passed away unexpectedly on December 24, 2020 at home. Dillon was born January 25, 1993 in Aurora, IL to Cheryl and Gregory Allison. Dillon moved to Texas in 2004 with his mom and sister.  Dillon had a GED and took many college courses. He was currently going back to school to get a BCIS degree. He held many jobs during his life, mostly cooking jobs. He was a very good line cook. Dillon liked Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, and Judo. He also loved wrestling, riding dirt bikes and playing baseball. He was all about watching sports whether it was baseball, basketball, the Bears, hockey, rugby, UFC or ultimate tag, he loved them all. He was interested in many things and loved to research the topics he was passionate about. He was a HUGE dog lover. Family was very important to him. He always enjoyed spending time with his sister, watching TV, going bowling, roller skating or just talking. He was a loyal friend. He had a way of bringing people together and he tried helping everyone as best as he could.  He was very wise for his age. He could talk to his friends for hours about nothing and everything. His friends remember him as a sweet kid with a goofy smile who liked to make everyone laugh. Dillon was working toward a dream of having a homestead where all his family and friends could live and work together. He will be missed by many friends and family.  

Dillon is preceded in death by his Grandpa Dick and Grandma Nancy Goold. 

Dillon is survived by: sister, Ashley Allison of Melissa, TX; mother, Cheryl Welker (Robert) of Melissa, TX; father, Gregory Allison (Jane Stiles) of Genoa, IL; grandparents, Ronald and Bonnie Allison of Huntley, IL/Hudson, FL; uncle, Alan Goold of Cortland, IL; uncle and aunt Jeffrey and Kristin Allison of Elgin, IL; cousins, Matt Allison of Elgin, IL, Michael Allison of DeKalb, IL, Logan Allison of Elgin, IL.  and many other extended family. 

Services will be held in Illinois on Saturday, January 2, 2021. A celebration of life will be held in Texas later in January. Please email for information. God Bless you. 

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I never met Dill face to face only ever through online gaming. We would sit though for hours chatting, joking and laughing. I am going to miss those conversations. It is truly a shame I never got to Texas or he came to Australia to share some cold ones. I will miss you Dill. Condolences to the family and friends. Keiran Bull, January 6, 2021 So sorry So sorry for your lost son, January 1, 2021 Fair well my friend. It was truly an honor and a blessing to have known you all these years. You made me laugh all the time with your silly ways. Fly high with the angles and know you will be missed. Gaming will never be the same and I will miss our conversations greatly. May God bless you and watch over your family and friends. We will see each other again. Wayne McLelland , December 31, 2020 Praying for comfort and healing for the whole family during this time. Sending all my love Sarah schultz, December 31, 2020 Dillon will be missed by all his friends, guy had big dreams, he always meant well, too bad his life took the turns that it did. RIP buddy. Tyler Makin, December 31, 2020 My prayers are with you and your family. Sheila Perry, December 31, 2020 I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm hear if ya need a hug or someone to talk too my brother. Buffy Lancaste, December 30, 2020 Dillon, you left us too early. You were my closest and longest friend. I have so many fond memories of us, whether it was staying up late playing video games online or hanging out around a bonfire. We talked for hours and we’re always being goofy and funny. We had so many plans in life and things to accomplish, you left us too soon. You were a brother to me and you will be missed dearly. Matt Krantz, December 30, 2020