Aly Wolff Obituary, Death –
Even though Alyson Wolff’s absence will leave a permanent void in their lives, her many loved ones take solace in the knowledge that death is no threat to those who have faith and look forward to a magnificent reunion in their eternal home. She only had a few short weeks to write the song of her life, yet nobody who encountered Aly could forget her. Her love for her family and friends was unparalleled, and she had an unshakable faith in God even in the face of life’s biggest difficulties. Those who were lucky enough to have been touched by Aly will always be moved by the legacy she leaves behind.
To say that the 1990s were the electronic age is an understatement. Since its inception in 1992, the World Wide Web has altered the nature of human interaction, commerce, and industry. By the end of the decade, more than half of all American homes had at least one computer. Mariah Carey, Hootie & the Blowfish, and television shows like New York Police Department Blue and Will & Grace kept us amused. Russell and Sheila (Seffrood) Wolff of Madison, Wisconsin, welcomed a daughter on December 11; the announcement came during a period of great discovery for the pair. As the youngest of four children, Alyson Irene grew up with her siblings Joshua, Tanya, and Shelly.
Aly’s presence in her family’s life shone a bright light on them from the beginning. In her mind, it didn’t matter what they were doing, she just wanted to be with her family. Aly loved spending time with her family every Fourth of July at the cottage on Lake Eau Claire in the Augusta area of Wisconsin. She had a lot of fun riding snowmobiles with her family, especially Grandpa Ed and Uncle Tim.
Aly valued her friendships just as much as her family. Their favorite activities together were hanging out at the shed, watching movies, and ordering pizza. For them, she was the cohesive “glue” that held the group together.
Aly was a typical teen girl, with a penchant for country music, concert-going, and all things Justin Bieber. In fact, her friends started a campaign called “BiebsMeetAly,” which received a lot of attention in order to meet the celebrity, and this past year, her wishes came true when she went to one of his concerts and met him in person. Aly’s campaign went viral and had a profound impact on tens of thousands of people. She was also a huge hockey and Chicago Black Hawks enthusiast who lived and breathed Wisconsin sports.