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Chambers, Allison

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Allison  Chambers

Allison Paige Chambers, of Woodstock, GA, passed away on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020. She was born on October 12th, 1976. Traditionally, only her family and closest friends knew her as "Allie" until a rallying cry from her local community called "Cherokee Gives A_______" in 2019 would gather around her to support her and know her as Allie. Throughout her four and a half year battle with breast cancer, Allie refused to be defined by or held back by her cancer. Allie was elegant and graceful, quiet and kind, simple and smart, friendly and smiling, and always had a light in her eyes. She loved spending time with her husband, three girls, and family, homeschooling her girls as a proud stay-at-home-mom, making her house a home, curling up with a blanket in a cozy spot, enjoyed the outdoors, traveling, camping, and landscaping, and was incredibly talented in many creative crafts. She especially enjoyed the mountains and going to Gatlinburg, TN, a frequent favorite spot and the choice for her honeymoon in 2004. She had an eye for design and home decor, loved building and repurposing things, had a talent for capturing beautiful landscapes and people through photography, painting, and drawing. Allie will always be remembered for her sweet smile and peaceful nature. She will always be cherished as a loving and devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Most of all, she will be known by those closest to her as a woman of faith and a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ. She came to know the Lord in 2001 and spent the next 19 years witnessing to those around her with a quiet and gentle yet passionate and profound spirit. Allison is survived by her husband of 16 years, Jonathan Chambers; daughters, Grace Olivia Chambers (12), Natalie Rhodes Chambers (10), Margaret Paige Chambers (2.5); mother, Susan Avret; father, William Beasley and wife Dolores Beasley; parents-in-law, Bob Chambers and Wendy Chambers; brothers, Jeff Beasley, Jordan Beasley; brother-in-law, Joshua Chambers; and sisters-in-law, Kristi Beasley, and Katherine Chambers. In lieu of flowers, our family would prefer you donate money/gifts to Everyday Angels, Inc. in honor of Allie. Everyday Angels is a local 501c3 non-profit organization that provides short-term financial relief, encouragement and hope to those in need in the TowneLake/Woodstock/Canton communities - Georgia and helped support Allie multiple times since the Summer of 2019.

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