Allison Joy Frystak "Ally" died unexpectedly due to a hit and run accident in Adams County, WI on May 17, 2020, at the young age of 18.
Funeral Services for Ally will be held at 11:00AM on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at the Shuda Funeral Chapel - 3200 Stanley St. Stevens Point. Pastor Matthew Mallek of Refuge Church will officiate. Friends and family may gather to share memories from 9:00AM until the time of services at the funeral chapel on Saturday. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a family memorial that will be established Ally's name.
Ally was born in Fort Atkinson, WI on June 24, 2001 and raised in Stevens Point. Ally attended local schools in Stevens Point and graduated from SPASH in 2019. She was currently pursuing her lifelong dream of being in law enforcement.
Ally was a down to earth country girl who relished the country life and lifestyle that entailed. Her love of life included; boating, skiing, tubing, hunting, fishing, country music, art, and her cat "Oliver". She also loved animals. Since the age of 8 Ally enjoyed golfing. She enjoyed golfing with her grandparents and brother. Ally was also a member of the junior golf program at the local country club. She was on the SPASH golf team all 4 years of high school and lettered. She spent most of her free time with friends and family, all of who she loved dearly.
Ally is survived by her parents: Michael and Karen Frystak, sister: Brianna and brother: Nicholas, all of Stevens Point, WI. She is further survived by her grandparents: Gerald and Karol Frystak, Stevens Point; uncle: Kevin (Kathy) Klawitter, Montello, WI; cousins: Eric (Nicole) and their children: Khloe and Kameron of Endeavor, WI; Lisa (Greg) Klawitter and Claire of Dalton, WI; Aunt: Koreen (Chris) Taber; cousins: Olivia and Elliot all of Palm Springs, CA; uncle and godfather: Kenny Klawitter of Madison, WI; Uncle Greg (Michele) Frystak; and cousins: Mckenna and McKayla all of Portage, WI.
Ally was preceded in death by her grandparents: Henry Klawitter and Jelaine Koch, Uncle Kim Klawitter and godmother: Jennifer Mayer.
The family would like to thank Pastor Matt Mallek for officiating Allison's service and honoring her life and Shuda Funeral Chapel for hosting this celebration of a vibrant life lost too soon and time for mourning. Allison will forever be remembered for her care-free spirit, her bright smile, and her laugh. She was loved by everyone and will be missed greatly.