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Kathleen T. Allen, 76, of Hicksville, NY, most recently of Hawthorne, FL, unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 with her husband Raymond by her side. Kathleen was born in Elizabeth, NJ and lived in Woodhaven, Queens, NY before moving to Hicksville where she met her soon-to-be husband, marrying in 1960. They lived in Manasquan, NJ, Raymond's hometown, for 10 years and after several more moves, they settled down in Warsaw, NY for 30 years. Ray & Kathy retired to Hawthorne, FL 12 years ago. Kathy loved spending time with her family and friends. She will be dearly missed.
Kathy is survived by her husband, Raymond M. Allen; 5 children, Raymond M. Allen, Jr. and his wife Dorothy of Islip Terrace, Long Island, NY, Michael T. Allen and his wife Vanna of Cairo, GA, Timothy S. Allen and his wife Valerie of Minden, NV, Hope K. Varone of North Stonington, CT, and John C. Allen, II and his wife Kerri of Ronkonkoma, Long Island, NY; 10 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; and her beloved Pomeranian, Nick. She is also survived by her 2 brothers, Donald Swallow and Robert Swallow; 2 sisters, Patricia Walker and Susan Lindo; and many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018 from 10am-12pm at Neary-Quinn Funeral Home, 39 South St., Manasquan, NJ. Funeral Services will be held at 12pm following visitation at the funeral home. Committal will follow at Greenwood Cemetery in Brielle.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Kathy's memory to First United Methodist Church, 21930 S.E. 67th Place, Hawthorne, FL 32640, Attention: HARC- Food Pantry. Please email thoughts & memories of Kathy for her service to the minister at [email protected] For more information or to post a tribute, please visit

Published in Gainesville Sun from Apr. 5 to Apr. 6, 2018
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