Monday, September 19, 2022

Updated Obituary - Allison Bittiker

Allison Bittiker, 24 of Nevada, Missouri passed away tragically September 12, 2022 in Nevada.

A visitation will be held Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler (660-679-0009). Memorial services will follow at 2:00 pm Saturday, also at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the family c/o Mullinax Funeral Home. Messages of condolence may be left at

Allison Rose Bittiker was born August 6, 1998 in Chanute, Kansas to James Bittiker and Tonya Reitz Morris. She graduated from Harrisonville High School in 2017 and attended Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, Missouri, studying Early Childhood Development.

Allison was currently employed at McDonalds in Nevada. She was a kind soul and loved so many things in life. She enjoyed being a big sister to her little brother Logan or “Logie” as she called him, cooking, watching movies, listening to music, reading, relaxing, singing, and dancing, often times with her best friends Kelly and Cassey.

Allison enjoyed all animals, especially her dog Rosie. She cherished her boyfriend, Derick; he was the love of her life. Allison had a heart of gold and so much love to give, it was very evident in her beautiful smile that just seemed to light up the room.

Allison was preceded in death by her father James Bittiker, grandfather Ricky Reitz, and grandmother Peggy Bittiker. She is survived by her mother, Tonya Morris of Nevada, MO., brother Logan Saucerman of East Lynne, MO., boyfriend Derick Mahurin of Nevada, MO., grandmother Rose Reitz of Harrisonville, MO., grandfather Larry Bittiker of Butler, MO., aunts, Shanda Greenwood and husband Robert of Archie, MO., Paula Davidson and husband Jim of Parkville, MO., and Tara Bittiker and her ex-husband of North Carolina, uncles, Richard Reitz of Archie, MO., and Leonard Stillwell and wife Angela of Warrensburg, MO.

She also leaves behind many cousins, extended family members, and close friends, along with two caring men that stepped up after her daddy’s passing, George and Joey.

A special “thank you” to Joe and Carrie Ratewitz for helping raise Allison and getting her through her high school years and graduation.

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