In Memory of Allison 'Alli' Keim

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On Saturday October 16, 2021, Allison (Alli) Joy Keim age 22 of Ellsworth, formerly of Prescott, passed away after a brave battle with cancer. She won the hearts of many in her short 22 years. Anyone who had the pleasure of meeting her instantly knew how special she was because of her infectious smile and kind heart.

Alli was born October 09 1999 and spent most of her life in Prescott Wi. and most recently Ellsworth Wi. She was a proud graduate of Prescott High School in 2018 and enjoyed her classmates and teachers very much.

She loved going to movies, walks by the river, eating at Subway, and most of all hanging out with Grandma Carol. She also could not pass up trying a new hot sauce, looking for movies at garage sales, and going for walks with her dogs Sparky and Flash. She also had a music player that seemed to always be playing Jonas Brothers songs. She had an artistic  flare that was evident in the flat people creations she would make of others. She also loved to swing on the tire swing singing at the top of her lungs and never was without her dreamcatchers when going to bed.

Alli had a large loving family: Parents Michael Keim and Leila Spencer; step parents Shelly Keim and Chas Spencer; Siblings Samantha Hoss, Danielle (Robert) Boozer, Rylie Banks, and Kyle Banks; Loving Grandparents Jay and Carol Keim, John and April Hoss, Norbert and Caroline Brochman; Aunt Nicki (Josh) Blonigen; Uncles Nick Keim, Aaron (Heather) Hoss, Nick Brochman.

A Celebration of Life for Allison ‘Alli’ Keim will be Saturday, October 23rd from 2pm to 4pm at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home in Prescott. Memorials are preferred to the discretion of the family. Interment will be private in the Mann valley Cemetery. The family would like to thank you the amazing staff at Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis for giving Alli the dignity and grace she so deserved. Funeral services entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of Prescott.

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  • I had the honor teaching Alli in middle school and will never forget her amazing smile. As one of my first students, she holds a special place in my heart. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • Sweet Alli. Your middle name summed you up perfectly as you brought joy everywhere you went. We could be having a rough day at school and you would always find a way to make us smile. Your positivity will never be forgotten and is great knowing you will be sending smiles our way from above.

    Mr. Hamilton