Allien F. Pilgrim

allien pilgrim

January 11, 1930 ~ April 25, 2012

Allien Francis Pilgrim (nee Kobetisch) was born in Hunter Mo. in 1930 and grew up in Nokomis, Il. She married Wilbur Pilgrim on November 22, 1948 and then moved to Greenville, Il. In Greenville she was a faithful member of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church for fifty years. She enjoyed swimming and water aerobics. Later in life she moved to Glen Carbon to Meridian Village. There she joined the water volleyball team. She became a faithful member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Edwardsville. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. She is Survived by her three daughters, Roberta Bandy, Barbara Redden, and Patricia Rahilly. Also by 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by Husband Wilbur Pilgrim, Grandson Robert Bandy and Son-In-Law David Rahilly.


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