Sally Allen

Sally A. Allen

March 10, 1939 - March 2, 2020
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Sally A. Allen, 80, was born March 10, 1939, to Frank and Myrtle (Oxford) Cash. She passed away on March 2, 2020, at Avantara North in Rapid City, SD.
Sally was an adventurous soul. She wasn’t afraid to tackle any situation head on. She was a hard worker and was never afraid to work.
Sally joined the United States Air Force in 1957. There, she met her future husband, Gene Allen. While the marriage didn’t work out, they did have 2 daughters born to this union, Amber Lynn and Lisa Diane.
Sally worked hard at several different jobs, even putting herself through night school to become a secretary. There were tough times, but she always persevered and was the most supportive mom. She definitely had your back while telling you what you did wrong.
Sally is survived by her daughters, Lynn (Steve) Carlson of Arlington, SD, and Lisa (Tom) Armer of Higley, AZ; sisters, Leona Crawford of Nebraska, and Judy (David) Doyen of Pennsylvania; granddaughter, Kacee Kirsch (Scott Burnham) of Sturgis, SD; great-granddaughters, Casper Hudson and Katlynn Tarrant; and great-grandson, Lucas Hudson all of Sturgis, SD.
Sally was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Loyd Cash; sister, Laura Hatfield; and her granddaughter, Shannon Kirsch.
A graveside service will be held at a later date.
Goodbye Mom. We will miss you forever and always.
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  • Interment

    Bear Butte Cemetery
    1147 Sherman Street
    Sturgis, SD 57785
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Graveside Service to be held at a later date


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Leona Howe Schroeder

Posted at 09:25am
Sally, and all the Cash family, is certainly a big part of my childhood memories. We lived in each other's homes and yards, our Dads both worked at the sawmill and our Moms did laundry together often. I haven't seen Sally in years but I am sure she would have had a story or joke to share if I had.

Wanona Dietrich Manderfeld

Posted at 12:34pm
Lynn and Lisa, I am sorry to hear of your mothers passing. What a great lady. She did have her work cut out for her raising you two girls. She will be deeply missed.

Fawna Goff

Posted at 11:46pm
Kacee and Family,
My Deepest Sympathy. Keeping all of you in my thoughts. Sally was always a joy to be around. Her smile was contagious. I loved visiting with her. She will be missed.

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