Anchorage Daily News December 16, 1998 (source: findagrave.com)
Former Anchorage resident Dwight ''Bud'' Allison, 79, died Nov. 18, 1998, while visiting in Big Bear Lake, Calif. A funeral was held Nov. 23 at Foursquare Church in Sequim Valley, Wash. Burial took place at Mount Angeles Memorial Park.
Born March 14, 1919, in Wolsey, S.D., to Edmund and Emma Allison, he married Christine (Goubert) on Jan. 3, 1941, in Madera, Calif. They moved to Alaska in 1964, where he worked as a construction equipment operator rebuilding roads. Later, however, he raised troubled boys in a group home. ''From 1972 to 1981, he touched the lives of hundreds of boys in Alaska,'' said his family. ''He was given many honors that included being the most successful group home in Alaska for many years, earning national recognition. He gave himself to his family and to many troubled boys.'' He moved to Stockton, Calif., in 1981, where he began working in home construction. After his retirement in 1991, he moved to Sequim, Wash. He continued to build homes and remained active. He was a member of the Sequim Valley Foursquare Church. His family added that he was ''much loved by his family and friends, and he will be missed.'' Mr. Allison was preceded in death by his son, Edmund James Allison.
He is survived by his wife, Christine; his son, Allen Allison of Big Bear Lake; his daughters, Beverly Allison of Fresno, Calif., Constance Allison of Destin, Fla., Linda Dotson of Sequim, Wash.; sister, Alma Schuler of Dos Palos, Calif.; 14 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.
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