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Alison (Hale) Monsanto
November 30, 1963 ~ September 17, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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With heavy hearts and cherished memories, we announce the passing of Alison, a beloved daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother, who left this world on September 17th, 2023.
Born to Joyce and Gary Hale on November 30th, 1963, in Salina, KS, Alison brought laughter and joy into their lives from the very beginning. Alison had a special bond with her sister, Andrea Hale. Together, they shared countless moments of sisterly love and support, creating a bond that only sisters can understand.
Alison was not just the life of the party; she was the party. Her incredible sense of humor could light up even the darkest of rooms, and her infectious laughter was a reminder to us all that life is meant to be enjoyed to the fullest. She had an uncanny ability to find humor in the everyday, turning ordinary moments into extraordinary memories.
Music was a passion that ran deep in Alison’s soul. Whether it was singing along to her favorite songs, dancing to the rhythm of life, or simply enjoying a quiet moment with a melodic tune, music was her constant companion. Her love for music was a reflection of her vibrant and harmonious personality.
Above all, Alison cherished her role as a mother and grandmother. Her daughters, Haley Crossley and Mary Bondio, were the pride and joy of her life. She showered them with love, wisdom, and laughter. Her grandsons held a special place in her heart, and she adored watching them grow and thrive.
Alison touched the lives of countless friends and family members, leaving an indelible mark of love and laughter on everyone she encountered. Her memory will forever be a source of inspiration for us all, a reminder to find joy in the simplest of things and to live life to the fullest.
As we say goodbye to Alison, we carry forward the legacy of her love and humor. She may no longer be with us in person, but her spirit will continue to shine brightly in our hearts. In her honor, let us celebrate the gift of her presence in our lives and the joy she brought to us all.