Allida Carney

Obituary of Allida Louise Carney

Allida Louise Carney, 74 of Jackson, CA joined Jesus in Heaven on Saturday, February 5, 2023. Allida was born on July 6, 1948, in Lodi, CA. She grew up in Amador County and is where she chose to live the majority of her life. She loved playing guitar and singing. In her late 20's and early 30's, she would tour venues in Amador County, with her band, covering the various hits of the time along with original songs she had written. She was a beautiful songwriter and musician. From her mid 30's to the end she found being a mother/grandmother the most precious gift God had given her. She unconditionally loved each and every one in their own individual way and treated them as such. She is preceded in death by her mother, Rosalie Blankenship and her two son's Dane Chavez and Lance Egbert. She is survived by her brother, Elliot Smith of Auburn, CA; son, Dion Carney and his wife Kristen of Ione, CA; son, Corey Carney of Jackson, CA; son, Kurtes Carney and his wife Tara of Sutter Creek, CA; and son, Garrett Carney and his wife Samantha of Jackson, CA; along with 15 grandchildren. Allida was a very spiritual woman whose faith was a huge part of her everyday life. She is in no doubt celebrating eternal life in the embrace of our Lord Jesus Christ. She lived for her family and friends and would love more than anything to have us all get together in celebration of her life. A Celebration of Life will be held, Saturday, March 4, 2023, at 2:30 p.m at the Cazadd Cellars 9949 CA-88, Jackson, CA 95642. Dinner to immediately follow. Please RSVP to Sam Carney by Saturday, February 25, 2023. Gordon Hill Flowers will be delivering flowers day of service, to place an order you may visit their website at or (209) 223-0123. Services Celebration of Life 4 Mar 02:30 PM Cazadd Cellars 9949 Hwy 88 Jackson, CA 95642
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