She was born Feb.
in Statesville, to Mary Rogers
Brawley and the late Charles Brawley. Allyson graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill as
a registered pharmacist and her greatest passion was helping people throughout
her career. She was a huge Tar Heel fan and a dedicated alumnus of UNC-Chapel
Hill. She loved to crochet and blessed countless people with her crochet blankets
and handmade gifts. She was a very crafty, artistic person who was also an
incredible cook. She maintained multiple beautiful fish tanks in her home. She
was very interested in marine biology and loved anything to do with water. She
also loved to garden. Allyson was a person who loved her family and friends.
She never met a stranger, and her home was always open to anyone. Her most
loved passion was being a "GiGi" to her
grandchildren. She was loved deeply by her family and will be greatly missed.
In addition to her
father, Allyson was preceded in death by the father of her children, Gene
She is survived by
her mother, Mary Rogers Brawley; daughters, Jessica Josey Trantham
(Daniel), Rebekah Josey; grandson Oaklen;
sister, Kelly Brawley Stutts (Stanley); brothers,
Mark Brawley (Nancy) and Eric Brawley; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A visitation will be
held Wednesday, Sept. 8, from to ,
at Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory, in
A memorial service
will held at , Thursday, Sept. 9,
at VanderburgUnitedMethodistChurch, in Mooresville,
with the Rev. Melanie Nichols officiating. Burial will take place at VanderburgUnitedMethodistChurch immediately
following the service.
Masks will be
required, and all COVID-19 protocols will be observed at both the visitation