Photo courtesy of Duncan Mortuary - Houston

Arthur Jean Allen

Jan 5, 1946 - Jun 15, 2021 (Age 75)

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I hate that I wasn’t there but Arthur and Cooper Ray knows where my heart is ♥♥

Deacon Allen sorry for your loss.Sending our love and condolences to the family!❤
Deacon Arthur/Wilma Southern


Arthur's Obituary

On, January 5th, 1946 a son was born to the union of Frank and Iola Allen in Keathie, Louisiana named Arthur Jean Allen. Shortly after birth, they relocated to Houston, Texas. Arthur attended B. C. Elmore High School and was a proud Tiger graduate. In November 1966, he enlisted into The United States Army. He served in Vietnam War in 1971 and was in a Special Forces-Airborne Division. He was Honorable discharged after serving 4 years in the United States Army. Arthur Jean Allen accepted Christ at an early age. He later became a member of St. John United Methodist Church under the leadership of Pastors Rudy and Juanita Rasmus. In Arthur’s leisure time he enjoyed watching and cheering on America’s Team the Dallas Cowboys. He loved spending time with family and traveling back and forth to Louisiana.

Arthur went on to glory after fighting a good fight on June 15th, 2021. He was proceeded in death by his parents: Frank and Iola Allen, his siblings: Terry Lynn Allen-Laster and Wallace James Allen, Sr. and a special cousin Cooper Ray Allen.

Arthur leaves to cherish his memories: siblings: Frank Allen, Jr. (Mildred), Douglas Ray Allen, Clara Allen-DeMoss (Reginald), Jerry Allen (Nancy), and Patina Allen-Ganther; Brother in love: Randy Laster; Paternal aunts: Billie Hood (Fred) and Elizabeth Jelks-Roy. Special cousins: Gloria Draper, Gloria Jean McDaniel, and Johnnie Allen. A host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends. A special caregiver, Mizebra Lange. 

Services are as follows: 

Saturday, June 26, 2021 Viewing 10:00 am- 10:55am 

                                     Funeral 11:00 am 

Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 

9318 Homestead Rd, Houston Texas 77016

Pastor E.V. Lightfoot

Pastor B.K Willams Officiating. 

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