Kathleen (Kate) Storer Allen-Stevens
Kathleen (Kate) Storer Allen-Stevens was born on November 19, 1958 to Charles Dean and Evelyn Storer in Blackfoot Idaho. After battling cancer for five years, she silently passed away from this life on May 24, 2021.
Kate grew up in Blackfoot Idaho, where she graduated from high school. She was a member of 4H and enjoyed the camps she would attend with her parents. When she was young she learned to sew and cook and really enjoyed baking.
She married Tom Allen and was blessed with two children, Alex and Jared, whom she loved so much. She was very proud of her children and will continue to watch over them from heaven.
Kate led a very free spirited life. She loved to travel. She enjoyed many concerts and holidays with good friends and trips with her children.
She met Ross Ransom in 2012, and they went on many motorcycle rides and enjoyed taking overnight trips to random off-road locations. Her favorite spots were Jacob’s Lake, Arizona and Durango, Colorado.
Kate worked for Albertsons and Wal-Mart before retiring from Home Depot. She is missed by her team and her favorite customers.
She enjoyed cross stitching, crocheting, pouring paint, dyeing and anything that was clever. Her home has been decorated with her own handcrafted work.
Ross was always by her side, supporting her and taking care of her in the fight against cancer. His children took in Kate and she quickly became part of their family.
Kate is preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her siblings: Kristine Pfunder from Provo, Utah, Marva Dawn Mortensen from Boise, Idaho, her sons Alex Allen from Pleasant Grove, Utah, Jared D. Allen from Pleasant Grove, Utah, ex-husband Tom Allen from Pleasant Grove , Utah, lots of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. She is also survived by Ross Ransom of St. George Utah and his children Randy, Jerry, Janel, Layne, April and Bryce.
There will be no services. Instead of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society.
Published in Spectrum & Daily News May 26-28, 2021.