Rhonda Marie Allen, 51, of New Hartford, Iowa, passed away Sunday, March 26, 2017, at her home in New Hartford. She was born on November 14, 1965.
Rhonda graduated from Dumont High School and attended Spencer College of Business in Spencer, Iowa. She worked as the manager for Parker Place in Parkersburg.
Rhonda was an active member of the Reformed Church of Stout. She was a devout Christian, always finding time to read her devotional and bible daily.
Rhonda was a mother, spouse, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. Rhonda had an old soul with a kindred spirit. She would do anything for anyone in need and never missed a chance to help another person in need. She had a thousand watt smile that was unforgettable. She took the chance to speak or learn something new from someone. She enjoyed spending her time with family and friends, never taking her time for granted with them. Rhonda was adventurous, with a love of travel. Rhonda enjoyed traveling out west to Colorado with her daughter Tiffany, spending weekends fishing and boating in Minnesota with Daryl, going to the apple orchards in Wisconsin with friends, and traveling to Kansas to spend time with family.
During this time, Rhonda would not like us to be sad, but rather remember her and think of all the good memories that we have had with her. This is not a time to mourn, but instead celebrate her life.
Rhonda is survived by her daughter Tiffany Allen of New Hartford, fiancé Daryl Cornelius of New Hartford, parents Richard and Esther Eisentrager of Dumont, sister Rita Eisentrager of Sioux City, brother Roger and wife Julie (Hixson) Eisentrager of Lenexa, Kansas, nephews Conner and Zachary and niece Haylee.
She was preceded in death by her maternal and paternal grandparents.
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She was a loving and great aunt and was very nice to me and my sister
I am so sorry for your loss, Heaven is getting a good one! I have never met a younger young lady with the smile and attitude she posed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Thankful she has no more pain and is with her Lord.
gene, her School Secretary
Rhonda meant a great deal to the residents at parker place. They constantly asked about her and how she was doing. I remember many a time she would work to help out with staffing issues even when she should of been home resting. The residents always made a point to stop and see her because her door was always open to them. She will be truly missed.
I am so sorry for this day for you.. Knowing she lived the Lord N is with him now should give you some peace.
She showed me kindness when I first met her.
Tiffany and family, My heartfelt thoughts are with you at this time. I hope you have comfort in that she is at peace now. Remember the good times and remember that she always loved you very much. You have her in your heart forever.
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