Carter Randolph Allen


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Our sincere sympathy to all of the family. Carter's father and my grandmother Lillah Dudley Allen Raine were brother and sister. As a daughter of Peter Woodward Allen Raine (Carter's first cousin), I share your grief.

Mr. Allen was what as I refer to as a true Virginian, he was a southern gentlemen, but he would not shy away from a challenge. I feel that he was a great individual that served the Waynesboro community for a long time, and he will be missed greatly. May the Lord bless him, and his family in the days and weeks to come.

I will always remember Carter for his fun and loving ways and especially his sneaky grin. I enjoyed every moment that I cared for him while at Summit Square. May his love and kindness go on in his family. God Bless each one of you in this difficult time.

What a loss to the legal profession and to his family. God Bless the family and know that many prayers and good thoughts are with each and every one of you.

Our sincerest sympathies to Catherine and all the family. We all have memories of one of the last of the true Southern Gentlemen. Waynesboro will be a different place without such an involved citizen.

Jim Bryan and family
Ann Bryan
Ellen (Bryan) Byrne and family

All of you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Anytime of think of him, I remember how cute and fun he always was on family beach trips!

Catherine, I am sorry for the loss of your father and hope that his memories will provide strength and encouragement for you in the days to come. What a blessing to have had such a wonderful person as a role model for your life!

Charlotte Allen and Family:

Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Steven and Pamela Shepherd, Big Island, VA

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.


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