“Bud will be truly missed. I worked with him for many years at the Toyota dealership. He was alway such a kind and caring man. Such a gentleman. Always had some butterscotch candy for me. I will miss him.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. Mr. Bud was a regular at our cafe for the whole time we were open and brought us all joy and smiles everyday. From the Campbell family at the former Campbells cafe.
“Sharon- John just reminded me that Bud was your Uncle and Ob was your father. What a wonderful pair they were. Both will be truly missed.
“Sharon: I have heard you so many times talk about your Uncle Bud. He will be missed. Give my condolences to your Aunts as well.
“Sharon- John just reminded me that Bud is your Uncle and OB was your father. We have wonderful memories of that pair. Both will be truly missed.
“Sharon- You are so blessed to have had such a wonderful father. We were so happy to have known him and have him work with us. Rest in peace Bud! Sincerly, Debbie and John Buxbaum
“I have known Bud all of my life. Saw him at Walmart just this past summer. Got a "BIG HUG" from him, I always loved seeing his smiling face. He was a dandy 'ole fella and he will be missed more than anyone can imagine. We Loved U Alot Bud. (The BUCKNER FAMILY) BY:DEEDEE
“YOU WILL BE MISSED.
“Sharon, I remember Uncle Bud from him visiting you on Alabama St. Thank you for calling me. Judy, Tonkawa, OK
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Bud Allen, age 95, Joplin, passed away at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009, at a local nursing center after a short illness. Bud was born July 29, 1914, in Joplin, to the late Claude Allen and Francis Robertson Allen and had lived in the Joplin area most of his life. In his early life, he had...Read More