It is with broken hearts that we write of the passing of our sweet Allie Jo who was taken from us way too soon. She was born the youngest daughter of Jody and Jill (Van Wyk) Mansfield on July 12th, 2000.
Allie had the kindest heart and the sweetest personality. She enjoyed camping, especially campfires with family and friends. Allie loved singing loud and with a passion. She loved attending country music concerts, with Hodag being a highlight of every summer. Allie enjoyed being active which included kayaking, 4wheeling, riding horses, hiking and traveling, with Florida beaches being a favorite destination. She also loved going for walks with Coco and Jordan and enjoying the night sky whenever possible. Allie also took advantage of any opportunity to sleep in or squeeze in a nap. She had a love of working with children and many little hearts were blessed with her care.
Allie is survived by her parents, Jody and Jill Mansfield, her sisters, McKaylin (Tyler) and Jayci, her beloved, Jordan Batchelor, Grandparents, Jolene Baurain and Carol Mansfield, Great Uncle Bobby and Great Aunt Julee, Aunts and Uncles; Cathy Trujillo(Mark), Patti Ziemer, Mike Kohl, Lynn (Richard) Robinson, Vicki (Pete) Picard, Terri (Mark) Vander Steen, Wendy (Dennis)Looker, Debbie (Peter) Sturn, John (Sandi) Mansfield, Renee (David) Schroeder, Troy (Kris) Mansfield, God parents, Greg Orheim and Amber Schroeder, Jordan’s mom, Carrie Denney and his brothers, Koby and Brady Batchelor, and her special pup Coco and furry sister Gabby, along with many cousins and dear friends
Allie was preceded in death by her Grandparents, John Mansfield Sr, Stewart Baurain , Robert and Lolamae Van Wyk, Aunt Lorrie Kohl (Van Wyk), Uncle Jerry Ziemer and cousin Shane Van Wyk.
Services for Allie will be held on October 17th, 2021 at Valley Funeral Home, 2211 N Richmond St. Appleton, with visitation from 10-2pm with services beginning at 2pm.
As Grandma Vegas once told you, “We pray your life is filled with laughter and all the love your heart can hold.” Until we can hold you in our arms again Li’l Allie Jo, we will never be able to express how much we love and miss you and we will forever carry you in our hearts. XOXO
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