Neva LaRae 'Pixie' (McAllister) Notter

Posted: Monday, July 28, 2003

Neva LaRae "Pixie" (McAllister) Notter died Sunday, July 6, 2003, of a heart attack at the Republic County Hospital in Belleville, Kan. She was 41.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 31, at Kehl's Palmer Mortuary, 209 S. Alaska St. in Palmer. As she requested, there will be a small private ceremony for the spreading of her ashes in the same area as her father's. Services previously were held at Tibbitts-Fischer Chapel in Belleville on Wednesday, July 9.

Mrs. Notter was born Dec. 8, 1961, in Palmer to Billie Jean (Roark) and Robert A. McAllister. She was raised in Alaska, attending schools in Palmer and Kenai. She moved from Anchorage to Belleville in 1995 to remarry. She and her husband were in the middle of planning the big move back to Alaska.

"Pixie was a wonderful, caring person, a loving mother, daughter, sister and wife. She had a special way with animals, loved to fish, grow roses, read, collected Pegasuses and enjoyed watching cartoons with her kids. Pixie was truly loved and will be greatly missed," her family said.

Mrs. Notter was preceded in death by her father, Robert Andrew McAllister; maternal grandmother, Neva Roark; maternal grandfather, Bill Roark; paternal grandmother, Alice McAllister; and paternal grandfather, William McAllister.

She is survived by her husband of eight years, Jack J. Notter of Belleville; sons, Robert P. Campbell of Anchorage and Branden J. Notter of Belleville; daughter, Teresa M. Campbell of Belleville and Anchorage; stepchildren, Kayleen and Nathan Notter of Belleville; mother and stepfather, Billie Jean and Jerry Russell, of Anchorage; brother and sister-in-law, Darrell J. and Mariesa McAllister of Kenai; in-laws, Peggy and Dell Wilton of Soldotna and Frank Sr. and Rose Notter of Leavenworth, Kan.; brothers and sisters-in-law, Ted and Trish Notter of Sterling, Frank Jr. and Ranay Notter of Anchorage, George and Robin Notter of Soldotna; former husband, William Campbell of Anchorage; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends in Alaska and the Lower 48.

Arrangements were handled by the Tibbitts-Fischer Funeral Home in Belleville.

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