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Beebe, Allison Carol (Germer)

Beebe, Allison Carol (Germer)

April 8, 1989 — December 4, 2020

Allison Carol (Germer) Beebe, 31, of the Kansas City Northland, passed away unexpectedly on December 4, 2020 at Liberty Hospital with family at her side.

Allison was born April 8, 1989, in Memphis, TN, the third of four children of David and Carol (Mitchell) Germer. Allison graduated from Bellevue West High School in Bellevue, NE, and received her Bachelor's degree from the UMKC School of Nursing. Her career as a registered nurse included work at Sumner County Regional Hospital in Gallatin, TN, Truman Medical Center Hospital Hill in Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospice House, and currently at Liberty Hospital.

Allison was united in marriage to Brian Thomas Beebe on October 3, 2015, in Kansas City, KS. They were blessed with a son, Lyle Thomas Beebe on October 22, 2017.

Allison leaves her husband, Brian; son, Lyle; parents, David and Carol Germer; maternal grandmother, Hilda Mitchell; siblings, Emily Germer, Megan Bernabe (Adam), and Andrew Germer; nephew and nieces, Jackson, Amelia, and Paige. She also leaves Brian's family, including his parents, Dwight and Michelle Beebe; his siblings, Brandon, Bridget, Bethany, Bret, Brody and Becki, as well as their spouses and families; and other extended family and friends.

Visitation for friends and family will be held from 9:30-11 am Thursday, December 10, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. A service with COVID attendance restrictions will follow at 11:00 am. You may also view Allison's service virtually by accessing Allison's obituary under "view service times" at and clicking on the provided link. Private burial will follow in Glenridge Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to an education fund for Lyle.   Contributions to the fund via check payable to William Brandon Beebe may be left at the funeral home or mailed to Brandon at, 5502 NW Verlin Drive, Parkville, MO 64152. Or online contributions may be sent via Brandon's Venmo account @William-Beebe-19

As you think of Allison and remember the times you spent with her, could you please jot down some stories and words for Lyle and Brian to cherish forever. Please email to [email protected]

Arrangements: Park Lawn Northland Chapel (816) 781-8228.


Service Information

Visitation for friends and family will be held from 9:30-11 am Thursday, December 10, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. A service with COVID attendance restrictions will follow at 11:00 am. You may also view Allison’s service virtually by accessing Allison’s obituary under “view service times” at and clicking on the provided link. Private burial will follow in Glenridge Cemetery.


Beebe, Allison Carol (Germer)'s Guestbook

I met Allison back in 2016 when she started at Liberty Hospital. The first thing I noticed about her was her smile. It was a if she lit up the room anytime she walked in. I loved working with her over the years. She loved being a wife and especially a mom to Lyle. Allison you will be missed by so many. You’ve left an impact on so many people’s lives and you’ve even given life to those in need in the end. You are a true hero!! Rest In Peace and fly with the Angels. Until we meet again. ~Shannon “Shanny” Contreras

Shannon Contreras

Dave and Carol, No words can describe the loss you've experienced. I know how proud of Al you are and what a wonderful person she was. Tynetta and I are praying for your family that you find comfort in the love of Christ.

Greg Chastain

Wish I could hold you and have you one more day. I miss your warmth and wit and soft skin and wry smile. Everything.

Brian Beebe

May you be blessed greatly in heaven. You were such a good person and will be greatly missed. Roxanna

Roxanna inman

Alison was such a wonderful caring nurse. I knew her at the hospice house. She was such a blessing to each of the patients that she provided care. She beamed when she spoke about her husband and child. She had so much love and was such a kind spirited person! Her memories will never be forgotten.

Lori Utter

I got to know Allison when she worked at Sumner Regional Hospital. She was a lovely young lady that loved giving to job and family. I'm glad God let her in my life. I know she will be missed. Prayers to all of her family

Penny Bartlett

My love you are always in my heart and I'll never forget you and don't worry baby we're going to be fine. I miss you and know you had to go but wish you didn't. I love you forever and ever.

Brian Beebe

Your Liberty Hospital work family love and miss you.

Debi Sloan

Brian (Beebs), I am so sorry for your loss. You're life has just changed again and I can't imagine what you're going through. Stay the strong man that I know and respect. The one who always shined light on the rest of us. I love ya bro, please let me know how I can help out. Hank

Hank Morgan

Dave, I am so sorry for your thoughts and prayers are with your family during these heart aches for you all....sincerely, Craig


Such a devastating loss! At TMC we worked together ❤ she was an amazing Nurse & caregiver!! Prayers to ALL 💔

Tammy Drawe

I remember the night we met her. It was the last night of a weeklong visit to Missouri. You, Timmy and I were watching The Hobbit in darkness. The doorbell rang. That was the end of "guys week" (unofficially), and the end of an era for "the guys" (unbeknownst to us). You opened the door and instantly the room lit up. Not only from the angel that had walked in the door, but from the giant smile on your face. Oddly enough, we didn't have to fight the typical awkwardness of a first encounter, and especially considering the awkwardness of us :D. Although probably unsure ;), she seemed pleased with you and she was accepting of me (all I ever ask for). The meeting was overall a success! Most of the time we're simply aiming not to say anything dumb, but it does make it easier to be yourself when you know you're not being judged. She made it easy to love her instantly because it was never anything but love from her. She didn't owe me anything but it was unconditional simply on the terms of me being another human being. Those people are rare in this world (maybe just rare in my life), but it always made her special to me. I left the next day, but it wasn't long after that I was flying back out for the wedding. It was an honor to be a part of that special time. Unforgettable laughs and smiles. Throughout life I always seemed to miss the major social gatherings that we consider "milestones". The wedding weekend seemed to make up for all of those moments in one. We were blessed to hang out buddy style at your house the night we got into town, and to share the WW1 museum with the ladies we love. Finally, staying with all of the new freinds and family at the orchard. What an amazing time! Love was all that emenated from her during our fun times. Greatful and blessed to have connected with such a kindred spirit, and lucky to have the memories I do. What a sweetheart! I'll continue to live in her honor and those we lose throughout the journey. Love, strength and God bless.


It was a great honor to be able to have Allison as my roommate for two years. She was a wonderful friend whom I will miss greatly. I pray for everyone as they endure this unexpected tragedy.

Frances Gummere

I only knew Allison thru her daddy, Dave. I’ve worked with him for many years. The story’s he would tell me about his baby girl. Then Lyle came along and the story’s were even sweeter. God bless everyone I pray in Jesus Name.

Michelle Dycus

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