Ella Alleen Pratt
May 5, 1945 - September 2, 2020
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Ella Alleen (Johnson) Pratt, 75 of Springfield, MO departed this life on Wednesday September 2, 2020. Alleen was born May 6, 1945 in Brookline Station, MO to Hubert and Rosemary Johnson. She was a graduate of Central High School class of 1963. She worked for many years at Venture and Kmart in Springfield. She was…

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Jennifer Shannon left a message on September 6, 2020:
Aunt Alleen was most commonly known as Auntie. Though, younger me thought we all called her Annie for some reason unknown to me. I thought that for much longer than I care to admit. She was a funny, sassy, smart alec lady and we all loved her for it. She was never afraid to speak her mind, which was honestly something I always admired. Auntie always spoke her truth, and that was just how it was. As a few people had said, she was famously known for her chocolate chip cookies that she handed out during Halloween. That was always a highlight for us. Though she gave us the secret to it, I'm not sure we ever fully figured out how to make them as well as she did. I'm convinced she left something out just to be her ornery self. But, i also remember many camping trips to the river with her and Uncle Raymond, AKA, Unky Monkey. I remember having breakfast, just all of us girls in her RV, drinking orange juice and chatting about whatever. I remember her easy laugh, and her self depreciative sense of humor. Auntie could dish it out, but was always willing to take it too. Good natured ribbing is a staple in our family. I'll miss our visits to her house on Christmas to exchange gifts. I'll miss her being a hero to every local stray cat she stumbled across. I'll miss knowing she's out there somewhere teasing someone about something they said. I'll just miss her.
LaDonna Marvin left a message on September 5, 2020:
Auntie would bake chocolate chip cookies for her neighbouring trick or treaters on Halloween. I remember stopping by one year in my early twenties one Halloween night to find one of my high school friends there with his child. To the surprised look on my face he replied, "I've always stopped for cookies and now I bring my kid." Auntie, you were loved and you will be missed by many! From one of your Little Monkeys.
Angel Cantrell left a message on September 4, 2020:
I will miss you a lot Will miss baking brownies for you every week and making you bacon
The Rockholt’s left a message on September 4, 2020:
You will be miss greatly. Love you Auntie
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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