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Allie Brooks

May 7, 2013 – August 2, 2018

 Allie was born May 7th 2013. She was absolutely perfect. Her family fell in love instantly. Allie grew to love and was popular for loving Minnie Mouse, princesses, Village Inn (Pie City) and being the best girlie girl and tomboy!

In February of 2018 Allie’s family noticed her balance was off and her eyes seemed to cross a little. We all thought she needed glasses. After CT Scan and MRI any parent’s worst nightmare came true. “Your daughter has a brain tumor, it’s inoperable, and there is no survival rate.” It’s DIPG. Allie fought for 5 months after 6 weeks of radiation.

Alexandria Claire Brooks said goodbye to us August 2nd, 2018, at 1:22AM. We will never forget all the things she did and all the memories that she gave us. Allie touched so many people’s lives in so many ways and we couldn’t be prouder. Know that towards the end she had so much love surrounding her and was peaceful as she lost her fight. We will never stop fighting for her and every other child, parent, or family and friends so they may never have to feel as our heart is breaking now. We want everyone to know how thankful for anything and everything big or small that has been done for Allie. She knew how much she was loved by so many people.

Know that even the tiniest detail will never be forgotten about you, and you will always be with us in our hearts and everything we do. As your father I couldn’t ask for a better person in this world, and I am so proud of how brave you have been through this and the little girl I’ve always known and loved throughout your life. -Love Daddy

Allie is survived by her father Korey Brooks (step-mom Meghan) mother Ashley Brooks, siblings Bella, Jamison, Bodhe and a host of loving friends and family.


Written by Korey Brooks

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