Nicholas Allison Obituary, Blue Phoenix Vinyl Boutique, LLC employee has passed away

Nicholas Allison Obituary, Blue Phoenix Vinyl Boutique, LLC employee has passed away

Nicholas Allison a resident of Granite Falls, North Carolina, and an employee at Blue Phoenix Vinyl Boutique, LLC unexpectedly passed away on Monday, May 29th, 2023, at Iredell Memorial Hospital before his time. Nicholas Alexander Allison was a Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, and Friend. 

Nicholas was born in 1995 in Statesville, NC, to parents Bobby and Sheri Allison. Nicholas was a kind and gentle soul who had a passion for music. His children, Niko and Delilah, were his whole world and he would do whatever he could for them. Nick had many friends and managed to make at least one friend no matter where he went.

Nick is survived by his two children, Niko (and his mother Mae), Delilah (and her mother Kirah), father Bobby, his siblings, Brandon (Bethany), Kory (Kayla), Caitlyn (Justin), as well as his nieces and nephews, Elaena, Grayson, Luna, Lexi, Archer, Madilyn, and aunt Cindi and uncle Kevin; and countless friends who were like family and relatives.

He was welcomed in heaven by his mom (Sheri), grandad (Terrance aka Grandaddy), and grandma (Linda aka Nana).

Nick will be greatly missed by his family and friends that are left behind. Heaven has gained a new angel who will be keeping his mom company and playing guitar to keep the music going. Until we meet again.

Friends, family, and loved ones have paid tributes to Nicholas Allison across social media platforms;

Brittani William Edwards a resident of Statesville, North Carolina wrote, “Hey Nicholas Allison, I was going to post something last night but I spent most the night processing. I was kind of hoping I would wake up this morning and it was just all a bad dream. I love you. You were one of my favorite cousins. We were just talking about how you were saying we should all get together more often and see each other more. I’m really missing you already. Rest in peace until we meet again. (You better have a big hug waiting for me). I love you.”

Justin Watson said, “Today we lost an amazing person in our family. And God damn does it hurt. I could sit here and say I wish this or that and hope I could’ve helped our in some way. But the truth is that I know the pain, heartache, and depression that brings your mind to places like this and all I can say is unexplainable there isn’t one paragraph in any language that could describe any of these emotions. Nicholas Allison bro I am so sorry bro and I love you man soooo much. Always missed and never forgotten memorial day will never be the same brother. You had so many untapped talents and greatnesses that so many people never got to see and God damn I wish they could seen half of what I did or got to know you the way I did. Don’t worry no more though little bro and rest easy.”

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