Allison Marie Scroggins 

 Allison Marie Scroggins

Allison Marie Scroggins, age 21 passed away on Wednesday, March 18.  She was born on November 30, 1998.  Allison is survived by her Father, Thomas Perry Scroggins, Jr.; her Mother, Deborah Marie (Phlipot) Scroggins; her brother, Zachary Thomas Scroggins; her Grandmother, Sue (Watts) Scroggins.

Allison is survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends in Texas, Ohio and in Georgia.  She was preceded in death by her Grandmother, Jeannette (Budde) Phlipot; her Grandfather, Ernest Phlipot; and her Grandfather, Thomas Perry Scroggins.

Allison grew up in Seabrook, Texas.  She was a 2017 graduate of Clear Falls High School in League City, Texas where she lettered in golf. She attended Blinn College in College Station.  She was currently enrolled at The Center for Advanced Legal Studies and was on track to complete her certificate in July of this year (Honorary Paralegal Certificate awarded 3/2020).  She was working for Goldsberry & Associates as a Legal Assistant.  She was learning and doing so many different things at the law firm.  Her plan was to go to Law School at the University of Houston.

Allison enjoyed running, working out, listening to music, spending time with her friends and she loved to shop.  She was a wonderful cook.  She had an excellent eye for fashion and design.  She loved animals, specifically, her dog Thunder.  Allison loved to travel and looked forward too many more vacations and trips.

Allison was a beautiful girl inside and out.  She was a caring, loving and generous person.  Allison was a strong-willed person who was great at speaking with her eyes.  Her facial expressions were priceless.

Allison spent a large part of her youth as a softball pitcher.  She placed in the top 10 in the Texas State Tournament.  Her softball team finished in the top 9 in the nation at the World Series in Florida.  Allison played club Volleyball for several years.  She was an amazing athlete.

Allison will be missed by everyone who knew her.  Her smile and hardy laugh will forever be remembered.  Be free, be happy and soar beautiful girl.  We love you.

Due to restrictions of the Covid-19 virus, we will be following the guidelines set by the Governor’s office.  Visitation for family and friends will be held from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (10 persons at a time) on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City TX  77573.  A Private graveside service for the family will be at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster TX; Pastor Lane Skyles (Allison’s Godfather) officiating.

In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Center for Advanced Legal Studies, 800 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. South, Suite 100 Houston TX 77042.  Contact Sarah M. Casey; Office Administrator (713) 275-2656;  Contributions will be used to award scholarships for student resources.


  1. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Allison was such a beautiful girl inside and out. Our family has several wonderful memories of her as a sweet little girl.May the peace of our Lord be with all of you. God bless you! The Ward family

    Chris Ward
  2. For Aunt Sue, Tommy,Deb,Zach & all your family, our sympathy goes out to All of you. We love you & pray for your comfort & peace. John & Jennie Randolph

    Jennie Randolph
  3. My heart is broken for your loss. She was so beautiful and bright! My prayers for you and your entire family are that God will be with you in comforting your family through this tragic time in your lives. May he be a source of strength and Allison’s memory will be a blessing to all of us here for eternity!

    God bless you,
    Constable Alan Rosen
    Harris County Precinct One Are you

    Constable Alan Rosen
  4. Allison was my cousin but always felt more like a niece to me. Her and my niece Kaylee who grew up together, only 6 months apart, used to come over and have sleepovers. They loved to make music videos to Hannah Montana while acting silly, played dress up and Allison along with Kaylee were our beautiful flower girls in our wedding. She was always so sweet, kind-hearted and had a laugh that was contagious. She was breathtakingly beautiful with a heart of gold. Her love for her family was undeniable and you could see how much she adored & appreciated her parents & her brother Zach, Grandma Sue along with all rest her family as friends.❤️ I’m so proud of her accomplishments as a young adult as she inspired to pursue a career in law. We are all so saddened she was taken from this earth too soon and will miss Allison deeply. Fly high our sweet Angel. 🙏🏻 We love you always Allison 💕

    Cristi Randolph
  5. I have worked for Tom at Scroggins Machine for 23 years. I have known Allison since she was a baby. Deb would come eat Lunch with us at the shop and bring little Allison with her. Most of my memory’s of Allison where her younger years. She loved 4 wheeler rides on the hill in Leakey Tx . I will always remember that. God Bless her and her Family. RIP.

    George Gentry
  6. My Heart breaks for you and your family. Even though I only got to meet you once, I knew you were special and had a lovely heart.
    You will be greatly missed..


    Wanda D
  7. My deepest condolences to the family I send our prayers and love in this time of lose.

    Jerry and Colleen Heitzman
  8. Allison was such a beautiful soul with a bright spirit. My heart is broken for you and your family. She was good for Adam and he too is heartbroken. May God comfort you and bring you peace.

    Laura McKenzie
  9. Allison was beauty and brains just like her mom, Deb….sweet, determined, intelligent and always polite….It seemed like she went from a little girl to a young lady overnight, who had big goals and dreams… and she was in the midst of going after those dreams. I have always felt so proud of the young lady she was and proud to call her my cousin. She was always a tad shy growing up and at our family get togethers she was definitely quiet in the midst of everyone else being, well, not-so-quiet…lol….She always has a smile on her face and I told her last Thanksgiving she got more and more beautiful every time I saw her……Up until the last couple years i mainly just saw Allison at holiday/family events…..But I was so Blessed to get some extra time with her, as her and my niece grew closer and they would join us to go out to eat, or just come down for a visit…But my very favorite memory was from last Memorial Day wknd when she came out to Medina with Kaylee. We all laughed so much about all the obstacles that her and Kaylee had had so far on their road trip to the hill country and compared them and their luck to my mom and Aunt Sue…they were truly like sisters.. I probably speak for all of my sisters when I describe that trip as my favorite memory with her because it was such a fun trip filled with laughter till we cried, singing at the top of our lungs, and just relaxing. I will always cherish those memories made.

    My heart absolutely breaks for Deb and Tom, Zach and Chasey, Aunt Sue, Bob and Michelle, Shari, and Allison’s other closest family and friends including my niece, Kaylee.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you all and pray for strength and comfort during this difficult time. Rest In Peace sweet Allison…you are loved and missed so much already by all who had the honor to know you.♥️

    Carla Cargill
  10. Allison was my world and I loved her with all my heart. I know one day I will walk with her again and look forward to that day. In the meanwhile god give her air underneath her wings so she can soar as high as the highest peaks in heaven.

    I love you Allison and can’t wait to see you again in heaven


    Tom scroggins
  11. Deb, we are so sorry for your loss..I can’t even fathom how you are feeling. We are so glad we got to know Allison while playing club volleyball with her and the trip to San Antonio eating at Casa Rio..Prayers coming! Love, Audrey Renken and Susan Johnson

    Susan Johnson
  12. Allison, we only met once, but your Dad talked about you a lot. Working here at Scroggins Machine, I quickly realized that you and your brother and mom are Tom’s world. I know you are dearly loved and will be missed by many.

    April Patterson
  13. Our hearts break for your entire family. I know from stories of Allison what an incredible person she was and how very much she is loved. Please know that you have been and will remain in our continued prayers.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Joe Saldaña and family

    Joe Saldaña
  14. Deb,

    Hearing about the loss of your daughter Allison has saddened me. Please know my thoughts are with you and my heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family.

    Mark Bailey

    Mark Bailey
  15. Tom & Deb,

    What a shock to hear this news. Thanks for letting us know. She sounds like an amazing and accomplished young woman, not to mention her beauty. It is our loss not to have met her.

    Please know that Everett and I send our sincere condolences to you both and to your family. If there is anything we can do for you, please let us know.

    We pray for Allison and for your family.

    Everett & Deena Beckett

    Everett & Deena Beckett
  16. I love you Allison! Words can’t describe how much I miss you. Your smile is so beautiful and your laugh contagious.

    I can’t wait to see you again. We have lots of things to do and so many things to talk about.

    I love to the moon and beyond. Every time I look up into the sky I will think of you.

    Love you so much…..Hugs

    Deb Scroggins

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