Viola A. Allen
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Viola A Allen

- - Viola "Vi" Allen, 92, passed away peacefully during a brief hospital stay in Florida. She was the widow of Harris, her husband and dance partner for almost 65 years. She was a loving, patient mother and gracious volunteer. After raising her children (the job she most loved) and working as a secretary, she had more time for dancing, flower gardening, needle crafts, baking (best pies ever!), and traveling.

She is survived by her children Dennis (Linda), Cheryl, and Thomas (Roxanne); four grandchildren; two great-granddaughters and one great-grandson. She was predeceased by her parents, eight siblings, and granddaughter, Corinne.

A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Music Fund of the Endwell United Methodist Church, 3301 Watson Blvd, Endwell NY 13760.

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Published in Press & Sun-Bulletin on Apr. 22, 2018.
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April 23, 2018
I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time. John 17:3
April 22, 2018
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Eulalie Rickard Chilson
April 20, 2018
I am sorry to read of the passing of your loved one, Viola. She will be missed. It is commendable that she was able to live a relatively long and hopefully comfortable life. (Psalms 90:10) It is comforting to know too that she is sleeping peacefully in death and is awaiting the time when John 6:40 will be fulfilled. This time will be made a reality by means of God's Kingdom in which we pray for in the Lord's Prayer. Once more I am sorry for your loss.
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