Gene-Allen-Obituary

Gene F. Allen

Waco, Texas

1919 - 2008

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June, I am so sad to hear of Gene's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He was such a wonderful man and always made me laugh. I told my Dad and he felt so bad and told me to tell he was sorry. They had became such good friends and loved seeing each other in the hall or visiting him in his room. My Dad's roommate passed away in his sleep a couple of weeks ago, very unexpected. So glad to know you this past year and please give my sympathy to your brother and Imogene. Deepest...

Bro Allen was our pastor at Eastwood and Saint Matthews. We were truly blessed by his and Pat's spiritual leadership. Amount our memories are the special services during the Easter Season. Our thought and prayers are with you.

This gentleman came from a long line of Methodist Preachers who were in Georgia from the 1790's. The
family came from Eliezer Beverly Allen of Forsyth County, Georgia and many of his children settled in Texas to build Methodist Churches---This man helped to build on these legends---thank you for those many years.

It was a high privilege to know Gene, and to have been a colleague with him in the clergy ranks of the Methodist Church.
Blessings,
Rev. and Mrs. William Horick

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Gene's Obituaries

Gene F. Allen, a retired United Methodist Church minister, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, March 26, 2008. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Monday in Crawford Cemetery, the Rev. Hiram Johnson officiating. Visitation: 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Greenwood Funeral Home, University Drive at White...

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