Morris Allred

morris allred
Morris Otis Allred 'Moose' Born 1934 in Lincoln, AL to Lorene Merkl and Shelton McCall Allred. A Fremont resident for 26 years and previousle of Lincoln, AL and Reno, NV He attended Auburn University (52-55) and achieved a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with specialty in Entomology Was a Navy veteran: LCDR USNR M.O. 'Moose' Allred (56-67 active duty and reserve 67-76). He continued his love of flying and was a Professional Pilot for Hughes Air West, Northwest Airlines retiring in 1994 Husband of Sandra Mae Van Doren-Allred (2/91) and the late Mary June Sullivan (1/61 - 6/74) Father of Michael Allred, Steve and wife Millie Allred, Christine and Robert Hansen (stepdaughter and husband), Robert Forbes (stepson) Grandfather of: Jordan Allred, Joseph Allred, Celena Hansen, Tianna Hansen, Nicole Ray (Josh), Amber Forbes, Justin Forbes, and Great grandchildren: Shelby Ray and Jackson Ray At the request of the family please do not send flowers or donations. If you have a fond memory of Moose please send a written message to Sandy that can be placed in a family album.

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  1. We are so sorry to hear of Moose’s passing. He was a great friend and neighbor and we always enjoyed their company. Their annual St Patrick party was always a hit and was well attended.

  2. Sandy
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.

    Lossy Fuller

  3. Moose was always smiling, pleasant and very quiet.
    Rest in peace with our good Lord.
    Mike & Laurie Downen

  4. It takes a long time to grow OLD FRIENDS….we are glad to have taken the time.
    Moose was a generous gentleman and Sandy is a dear lady.
    Our love, John & Margo

  5. Moose and Sandy were such great hosts for the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration we all looked forward to. He didn’t hear the happy crowd but we knew he was having a great time by the twinkle in his eye. Sandy, we miss you in the “forest”. Moose, you will be missed on this earth. Rest in Peace.

  6. Moose and Sandy were such great hosts for the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration we all looked forward to. He didn’t hear the happy crowd but we knew he was having a great time by the twinkle in his eye. Sandy, we miss you in the “forest”. Moose, you will be missed on this earth. Rest in Peace.

  7. Moose is like family to us and will be missed. We were neighbors in Reno and Moose and Sandy truly spoiled us. We didn’t realize how much we took their friendship for granted until we moved away in 2008. Their wonderful cooking and Navy/Airlines stories were amazing. Football was always playing and their Stressless chairs seem to make me fall asleep every time.
    This is a sad day for me. I wish I made one more visit.
    He will always be remembered.

  8. I’ll never forget what it was like to hear him say my name. I know that it was a struggle for him to get the words out, but he still always said “Hi Sunshine.” That might sound silly but I found it touching that he made such an effort for me. I’ll also miss his big warm hugs that had a slightly robotic feel to them because of the hearing implants. I loved the way he would smile whenever I would kiss him on top of his head. I miss knowing that I was a very important part of his week. I have missed you both very much, and I am so sorry that you lost him. I love you Sandy. You are a true friend and Moose was lucky to have such a great partner.

  9. I am so sorry for your loss, Sandy. I know how hard it is to lose a love one. You and your family will be in my prayers. Love and miss you!

  10. Sandy, words are not enough to describe the sorrow of losing a husband, who is your partner, friend, confidant and the love of your life. Stay strong and I wish you and your family to find peace and comfort knowing Moose had a full life. Draw from the vault of beautiful memories you two shared. God Bless!

  11. Sandy,
    My Mum and I send you much love. I am deeply sorry for your loss. There is not one day that you aren’t in my thoughts. I have loved you for many years and will love you always. Stay strong, take strength from loved ones when needed. Love you very much and I am always here for you.

  12. Hi Sandy

    So sorry to hear about Moose. We all go back a long time & have become like an extended family, so thanks to you & Moose we have all enjoyed some great times.

    Love, Darlene

  13. Dear Sandy – We were so sorry to hear about Moose. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May you remember all the great memories you had together. May he Rest in Peace. Love, Tina & Jerry Hughes

  14. Sandy,

    I wanted you to know that you are in my prayers and thoughts. There are no words that take away the pain of loosing Moose . Take each day as it come, ask for help and know you are very loved. Let me know what I can do for you.

  15. Sandy,
    Knowing both you and Moose was one of our highlights of living in Galena Forest. What a nice, kind man Moose was.
    And his Corn beef was the best.
    Regards, Kent Rice and Craig Elsinger

  16. Dear Sandy … So very sorry for your loss. Please know that your schoolmates from long ago are thinking of you with great affection, and sending prayers for comfort ‘your way’ … even in these painful present days you’re living through right now.
    — Blessings galore, from DHS (AAHS 1954)

  17. Sandy, Sorry to hear of your loss. And very sorry we never had the opportunity to meet Moose. Too many miles between us.

  18. Sandy, so sorry to hear the sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time.

  19. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that the memories of all the good times you had together will become stronger and that the sharpness of your pain and loss will ease as time goes by.

  20. Dear Sandy and Family
    I’m so sorry about what happened to Moose. I got on the computer today to read about my older brother’s passing – Robert David Duncanson’s obituary which is on facebook now. Plans for his funeral were listed. He was the third member of my family to go. Last year his wife died, Brother Gerry’s wife passed last March and Don passed in June. So sad,. I hope we do not repeat this year. I’ll keep all of you in my prayers. Love Barbara

  21. Dear Mrs. Allred,

    I flew one of my first trios at RC with Moose. He taught me a lot in just 5 days!!!

    So sorry to hear of his passing.

    Chuck Askey

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