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Randee Maria Allard
December 28, 1979 ~ January 22, 2024 (age 44) 44 Years Old
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Randee Maria Allard, 44, passed away peacefully in her home on Monday, January 22. Our loving Randee is survived by her daughter Allysa C. Allard of Havre, MT, sister Crysandra (Matt) Neuman of Havre, father Randy L. Allard of Loma, MT, mother Sara (Vic) Sieglock of Havre, 10 aunts and uncles, and many cousins of the Moline, Bronec, Little, and Burtchett families of Geraldine, MT the Meinzen families of Sula, MT, and the Allard family of Loma. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Eldon and Betty Allard of Loma, Pete and Joyce Magnuson of Geraldine, her Aunt Kelly Allard Moline and Cousin Eric Burtchett of Geraldine.
Randee was born in Fort Benton MT, and lived her first 2 years in Loma (where the Allard family owned a farm for two plus generations), until she and her immediate family moved to Havre, where she attended Lincoln McKinley Elementary, Havre Middle school and High School. During her growing years she had a passion for reading, music, and artwork, with a special talent for drawing surrealism and other genres. She also swam on the grade school Havre Lions Swim Team, and as a teenager she worked at the Havre Community Pool as a lifeguard. Shortly after High School she was employed by HDAC for a period of time after Allysa was born.
She was an animal lover all her life, especially cats, and lived with her very special cat companion "Pudd Pudd" for the past 16 years. In later years she admired her daughter's artwork, and enjoyed flowers and house plants: she kept beautiful flower pots during the summer months. When able, she enjoyed the mountains, campfires, fishing, family events, and spending time with close family members, especially her much loved daughter Allysa.
She left us all too soon, and will be greatly missed by her family and those who knew her.
A Remembrance Event will be planned at a later date
Donations be made in Randee's name to the Dedman Foundation
1410 24th Street Fort Benton MT 59442
406 622 5657
In the photo Randee is on the left and her daughter Allysa is on the right.