Allison Elizabeth Looper


Allison Elizabeth Looper was born on September 5, 1986, in Amarillo. She went to be with her Lord, and with her momma on May 31, 2022.

Memorial services will be at 11:00 A.M., Monday, June 6, 2022, in the First Baptist Church Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Allison was a huge movie buff. If you watched a movie with her, you would think she worked for Turner Classic Movies with the knowledge she had of the actors, directors and the music score. She also loved music, listening to all genres, her favorites were always on her playlist, and she couldn’t drive without music. She enjoyed spending time with her nieces and nephews and looked forward to Cousin Camp every summer.

She loved her mother, Amy Marie Gilbert with all of her heart and was heartbroken when Amy passed away last year. She never recovered from that loss.

Allison, aka Alli Cat, Alli Pali, Aunti Alli, Allison Little Bit, was passionate, opinionated, articulate, determined, and loved to laugh.

Allison was preceded in death by her Poppa, James White; and her mother, Amy Marie Gilbert.

She is survived by her father, Steve Looper and wife Robin; her “daddy”, Barry Gilbert; her stepbrother, Jeremy Gilbert and wife Emily; her stepbrother, Stephen Gilbert and Becky Widner;  her grandmother, Winona White; her aunt, Anita Harp and husband Duane; her uncle, Doug White and wife Donnice; her cousins, Matt Harp and wife Michelle, Joe Bob Harp, Chris White and wife Lauren, and Lauren Belcher and husband Josh; nephews, Gentry Harp, Stetson Harp, and James Gilbert; and nieces, Margaret Gilbert and Grey Harp.  Many other family and friends, especially EJ Ornales so much in common and tight a bond.  And Alli leaves behind her fur baby Tallulah.

6 Replies to “Allison Elizabeth Looper”

  1. Alli
    I don’t even know where to begin! You were part of my first class when I moved to Canyon. You were like a little sister/daughter to me. I will ALWAYS treasure all of the memories and fun times. You shared your family with me and for that I will be forever grateful! I think back know that my kids are starting to drive and I laugh about me trusting you to drive me all over Amarillo when you were learning how to drive. Our standing ER watching dates. Our 15 times of front row watching of “Texas”, Momma Mia, Rent, and so many more movies and musicals you brought into my life.
    I know we lost touch over the last several years but I hope that you knew I was ALWAYS here and ALWAYS your 2nd biggest fan( behind your Mom of course)
    I love you now and always. Fly high sweet girl. You are WHOLE, healthy and reunited with Mom and Poppa! Give them a hug from me please. Love ya lots kiddo

  2. I knew Allison when she was a little girl she was such a sweetheart so sorry for your loss Steve and all the family

  3. Alli was my “bestie”, my absolute best friend. She had one of the kindest hearts I have ever known & she always made me laugh. It has only been a few days & I already feel so empty without her here to talk to everyday/several times a day … I feel like there’s a giant hole in my heart, & can’t imagine how much her family must feel. Barry, thank you for making me feel welcome. I am so sorry you’re having to go through this yet again, & so soon too. You have been & will continue to be in my prayers.

  4. Ms. Alli worked with her mom at Sundown Lane. Our son, Sean Patrick Anderson, adored Miss Alli & so did I. She holds a very special place in our hearts along with her mother. Our Sean is in Heaven too and I can only imagine the reunion he had when he saw Miss Alli & Mrs. Gilbert.

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