|Birth: ||Jun. 24, 1982|
|Death: ||Apr. 12, 2008|
Sergeant Allmon, of Rome, Georgia. Will, the son of William Leon Allmon and the former Donna June Phillips, was a 2000 graduate of Snyder (Texas) High School, he served in the Texas National Guard from 2000 to 2003 before enlisting in the United States Army as fully active. He arrived at Fort Stewart in May 2003, served in Iraq from January 2005-January 2006 and was deployed again in May 2007 as part of the 1st Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, based at Fort Stewart, Georgia, working as a combat engineer, specialized in building protective structures for friendly forces and destroying protective structures for enemy forces. He died of wounds suffered when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device. He is survived by his son, Damien Matthew Allmon, Summerville; his mother, Mrs. Donna June Douglas and her husband, Michael J. Douglas, Guyton, Georgia; his father, William Leon Allmon, Cartersville; his maternal grandparents, his paternal grandfather, Leonard Allmon, Lindale; a sister, Ms. Ramona Lisa Johnson, Gaylesville, AL; and a brother, John Alexander Hancock, Guyton, Ga; Sgt. Allmon was cremated and there was a service held at both the church and at Floyd Memory Gardens on U.S. 411.
Now with all the official information out of the way I want to tell you who Will was.
He was a very good child who tried not to make waves. He always did what he was asked to do and tried to help out in any way he could.
As he grew older he became a prankster and a joker. We laughed often together. He never met anyone who didn't like him and he was considered a friend by many.
He loved chlidren and loved being a Daddy. Damien was his whole world.
He was kind hearted which made it easy for others to take advantage of him, but no matter what another person did, he always forgave them and moved on.
He was a very good person and is truely missed by anyone who ever knew him.
Floyd Memory Gardens
Maintained by: Allmons mom
Originally Created by: Sue
Record added: Apr 14, 2008
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