ANN-ALLEN-Obituary

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ANN M. ALLEN

Cleveland, Ohio

Dec 12, 1934 – Apr 24, 2019

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LT. COL. ANN M. ALLEN (Retired U.S. Air Force) age 84. Beloved daughter of the late Ann and George Allen; dear sister of Sheila Becker (the late Gerald) and the late George (Margaret); aunt of Brian Becker (Maureen), Gerald, Jr. Becker (deceased)(Sue Sullivan)(John), Margaret Wagner (Jack), Matthew Becker (Mary), Catherine Borden, John Becker (Sheila), Daniel Becker (Joanne), Mark Becker (Amy), Steve Becker (Jenny), and Molly, George III, (Michelle), Christopher (Marina) and Scott Allen (Amy); great aunt of Ryan, Drew, Will, Marcy, George and Ella Allen, Mary Clare Carson, Jerry, Kirby, Therese, Caroline, Allison, Mark, Mary Grace, Leah, John, Jacqueline, Emma, Chloe, Danny, Claudia, Molly, Fred, Ruth, Charlie and Reese Becker, John, Luke, Maggie and Cecilia Wagner and Thomas, Maureen and Matthew Borden. Passed away April 24, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, April 30, St. Clement Church (14401 Madison Ave.) at 10:00 AM. where friends may call 9:00 AM. UNTIL TIME OF MASS. In lieu of flowers contributions to Autism Speaks, 4700 Rockside Rd. #420, Independence, OH 44131 or to Hospice of the Western Reserve, P.O. Box 72101, Cleveland, Oh 44192. 

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One could not have a better friend than Ann Allen-She was a respected Air Force Officer and nurse-to her family and those who loved her as I did we give thanks that she was in our lives. Sympathy to one and all

Dear Family and friends of Ann,
We wish to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear loved one.

Our deepest sympathies to Sheila and the Becker and Allen families. Anne will be remembered as a loving and devoted sister, aunt and friend.

On behalf of the Society of Air Force Nurses (SAFN), please know we are also mourning with you the death of our friend and colleague, Lieutenant Colonel Ann Allen. She was a remarkable woman who made the difference in the lives of so many during her journey through life. As a long time member of the Society, SAFN will be making a donation in Ann's memory to Autism Speaks as suggested. Ann will most definitely be missed, and she will not be forgotten by the community of Air Force nurses.