MaryLou Allec

MaryLou Allec

July 28, 1930 - November 01, 2013

MaryLou Allec

July 28, 1930 - November 01, 2013

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MaryLou Allec, 83, formally of Dana Point, CA, peacefully passed away at home on Nov.1, 2013. She was born on July 28, 1930, in Orange, CA. to Lena Mae and Camille Allec Jr. She graduated from Marywood High School, attended Fullerton JC, then on to San Jose State graduating with a bachelor’s degree and finishing her Master’s at Cal. State Fullerton. She began her long career of 46 years in education as a teacher then as a counselor. Her teaching career began at Coachella Valley High School then at Fullerton High School, and finishing at Sunny Hills High School as both teacher and counselor.

She lived on Balboa Island during the mid 60’s through the 70’s and then moved to Dana Point in 1980 where she lived out the rest of her life. Her greatest loves in life besides teaching were traveling, sailing, camping, fishing, photography, and driving her Porsche fast. She was an avid Angel fan and enjoyed almost all outdoor sports. When not traveling, she worked as a camp counselor at Catalina Island Summer Camp and Sisters of Sacred Heart Camp in Big Bear.

She is survived by her sister-in-law Jennie; nieces Cheryl, Yvonne, Cathy, and Anne; nephews Mark and Brad; and beloved friend Diana. And let’s not forget her faithful dog Oso.

A Rosary will be held on Wed. Nov. 6, 2013, at St. Edwards the Confessor Catholic Church, 33926 Calle La Primavera, Dana Point, CA 92629 at 5:45pm-7:00pm. The funeral mass will be Thur. Nov. 7, 2013, at 10:00am with the burial following at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery 7845 Santiago Canyon Road, Orange, CA. 92869. A reception will be held at MaryLou’s home at 1:30pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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1 responses to MaryLou Allec

  1. Cathy Allec says:

    I so loved as a child spending a week in the summer with my Aunt Marylou on Balboa Island to get relief from the unrelenting sun in Arizona. That is where my love for the beach and the sea grew. She taught me how to drop line fish, sail, spot beautiful shells and driftwood, make sand drip castles then watch the tide slowly take them away. My favorite was riding in her 1964 Porsche 911 that she bought in Germany which she drove way too fast. I loved to look at her slides and photographs of all the travels she did in Europe and imagined it was me that had been there. She was quite a prankster and had a great sense of humor and I will miss her very, very much. I love you Marylou! I am glad you will suffer no more and back together with your whole family. Cathy Allec

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