Allee Willis Death – Beloved Songwriter has passed away. He died on December 24, 2019. Our condolences.
Allee Willis Cause of Death is Heart Attack. She passed away suffering from sudden heart attack, she died at the age of 72 years old.
Allee Willis hails from Detroit, she studied Journalism before moving to New York where she works as copy writer. She fully move in to songwriting in 1972, she has work with a long of artist and written a lot of songs.
She is survived by a brother, Kent Willis; sister, Marlin Frost; and niece, Mandy Becker.
Friends, Family and Loved ones has make use of social media to honor her passing;
Oh no. Songwriter Allee Willis, known for writing "September", "Boogie Wonderland", "Sunday Morning", Maxine Nightingale's "Lead Me On", The Pointer Sisters' "Neutron Dance" and The Rembrants' "I'll Be There For You", has died. She was 72. pic.twitter.com/ejIo5Pf2HX
— J0hn B0ok (@thisisjohnbook) December 25, 2019
Broken hearted over the news of my friend, the brilliant Allee Willis’ death. She was such a light in the world. Sending Prudence love and friends and family condolence. I’m so sad. pic.twitter.com/wgUM0AJg4Y
— Mo Gaffney (@mogaffney) December 25, 2019