Little “Alistar Clarke Von Wootton” 6 months old, of Klamath Falls, Oregon passed away at home due to an extremely unfortunate case of SIDS. Alistar’s daddy Erik, found little Alistar unresponsive and immediately performed CPR until Emergency Services arrived. Erik did everything he could to bring their son back and I assure you that no one could have done a better job. It was simply too late. Little Alistar has left us way too soon. Alistar was born to Ashley and Erik Wootton on Sept. 27, 2018 right here in beautiful Klamath Falls. Alistar was a very intelligent baby and was full of life, love, happiness, innocence and pure joy. He was everything any parent could ever wish for and then some. Alistar loved his “tummy time”. This is where Alistar would attempt to show off a little and do his daily pushups and then off to his bouncy chair where he would smile and laugh because he had figured out how to jump and dance to his favorite music. He was quite the entertainer. Not only did Alistar enjoy his music, but specifically liked songs from recording artists such as Tupac Shakur and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Even though his favorite song was Sympathy by Seether, no matter what Alistar was up to, the theme song from The Gilmore Girls would capture his attention. Alistar hasn’t been eating solid foods for very long, but as soon as he was introduced to it, he knew that he loved to eat. Alistar was extremely happy while playing with his big sister Anya and Facetiming with his family from out of state, but his favorite time was spent snuggling with his mom and dad who described their son as a very happy, smiley, loving, adorable and a simply perfect little individual. Alistar is survived by his loving parents, Ashley and Erik Wootton of Klamath Falls; his big sister, Anya Evi Kathryn Wootton of Klamath Falls; including his three sets of loving grandparents, Brenda and Earl Bishop of Batesville, Arkansas, Michelle and Doug Dowen of Kellogg, Idaho and Paul and Lilia Wootton of La Mirada, California; his Auntie, Haley Bishop-Foster of Jonesboro, Arkansas; his uncles, Dustin Bishop of Bensonville, Arkansas and Dillon Bishop of Fayetville, Arkansas including numerous other aunts, uncles and cousins. A message from Alistar’s parents ~Alistar we love and miss you so much. You will always live in our hearts and will never be forgotten. Thank you so much for coming into our lives and filling us with such love, joy and happiness. Life will never be the same without you. May your little soul rest in peace and fly high among the skies and as we look up at night we will see our star, our little Ali“star”~ A private family visitation will be held at Yesterday’s Plaza located at 125 N. 9th Street in Klamath Falls on Saturday March 23rd from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. with formal funeral services to follow at 3:00 p.m. As Alistar’s parents appreciate the abundance of love and condolences, at this time they are extremely overwhelmed and ask that they can grieve the loss of their baby boy in solitude and they thank everyone for their consideration and respecting their wishes. A special thank you to Terry Bennett of Yesterday’s Plaza for making her beautiful building available to our family on such short notice.
Affordable Cremation Care is handling the arrangements. (541) 887-2888