Funeral Set For Alliy

A very sad ending to a missing person case.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Allison Bayliss was last seen by her parents as she got ready for school on Monday.

    The family of Allison Bayliss has finalized memorial plans.

    Bayliss is the Danville teenager who took her own life by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge earlier this week, according to the California Highway Patrol.

    She was reported missing by her family and hundreds of people searched for her, but in the end a surveillance camera captured an images of the 15-year-old getting on the bridge and never coming off of it.

    The family will hold what they are calling a celebration of life on Monday, at 2 p.m. at the Community Presbyterian Church in Danville on El Pintado Road.

    The family is asking people to wear blue and to bring photos or other memorabilia that will be added to the family scrap book.

    At the request of the Bayliss family, the Town of Danville released the following statement:

    The Bayliss family wishes to thank the Danville community and the many volunteers and professionals from throughout the Bay Area who have given so much of themselves in the last week. The tremendous support and love shown for Alliy has been overwhelming.  We are grateful beyond words for the outpouring of concern, care and community that makes this place we live so special. 

    Alliy was a caring and compassionate young woman and an avid learner who was always interested in helping others. With this in mind, the family has established the “Allison Bayliss Donation Fund Account” to further her interests. Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo bank.

    If you'd like to reach out to the Bayliss family you can send your thoughts to the following address:

    Bayliss Family
    c/o Danville Police Department
    510 La Gonda Way
    Danville, CA 94526

    Alliy was a sophomore at San Ramon Valley High School. She was a member of the junior varsity swim team  and a very good student academically, according to school officials.