- 90 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 31, 1922
- Date of passing: Oct 27, 2013
|Let the memory of Henry be with us forever|
Mr. Henry Ford Allen, age 90, prominent Heard County citizen passed away at his home on Sunday, October 27, 2013,
Funeral services for Mr. Allen were conducted on Thursday, October 31, 2013, at 11:00 A.M.EST, from the Bethel Christian Church with the Reverends Theo Arnette and Kenneth Johnson officiating. Music was provided by Sandra Allen and Debbie Pike. Those serving as pallbearers were Josh Hannah, Shane Hannah, Chris Keel, Michael Cadwell, Jake Starnes, and John Seymour. Military Honors were performed following the service.
The interment followed in the church cemetery.
Professional services provided by Stutts Funeral Home. http://www.stuttsfuneralhome.com
"Happy Birthday, Daddy. Mother and I miss and love you very much. Thank you for the Christian home and values that you and Mother gave us. Give our love to all the family who are with you there in paradise. We will see you again soon, but until then, you are always in our hearts and minds."
"Daddy, hope and pray that you had a beautiful birthday with Jesus. I miss you and love you with all my heart. Mother and I sure do miss you but we know that you are in Gods hands and walking those beautiful streets of gold! We will see you in Gods time. Love you to heaven and back."
"Happy 92nd Birthday, Daddy! I love and miss you every day and look forward to the day when I can sit down and talk to you again. Until then....."
"One year in heaven with Jesus and all your loved ones! I miss you so much and there has not been a day that loving thoughts of you entered my mind. I love you and one day I will be joining you in our eternal walk with the Lord. Until then love you and miss you.xoxoxo"
"Happy Birthday! God blessed me with you as my father and I thank Him for you and the 65 years we had together as father and daughter. I love you and miss you."
"What a blessing Mr Henry lived in our settlement! I always liked him even though I didn't know him well. My husband remembered him only meeting him once. We will always remember him fondly."
"My dad was one of those rare people who hardly ever met a stranger. He had that quality of making everyone feel like a life-long friend. He was the best role model for his children and grandchildren in all areas of his life, but especially in his Christian faith and in his love of Bethel Christian Church, where he will continue to guide by the many examples he set. Daddy, I love you!"
"Henry Allen was everyone's "Pop." He was the only grandfather figure I ever had, and it was such a pleasure to be his friend. I loved him dearly and my husband and children did also. We were real "buddies" (he knows what I mean) and I'll always treasure the times we spent together, in good times and in sad times. He will be so missed. 'Til we meet again, Henry Allen, RIP. We love you!"
"Your dad was one of the finest men I have ever known. When I was new to this county, he made me feel at home with his winning smile and personality. It was like I had always known him. He was a model of what a true Christian should be. I have admired you and your family's dedication to him throughout all of his years. Heaven will be all the sweeter to you as you continue your journey here"
"I have admired for many years how you took such good care of your daddy. I could see the love, devotion, and respect you had for him. I am blessed to have witnessed such a picture of Christ that you showed for all of us to learn from and hopefully model one day. You will meet again. Praise the Lord for the hope we have in Christ."
"I will miss you greatly. You were my inspiration in many things...most of all in enjoying life and what God has given us. Thank you for being the Christian man that you were. It has earned you a crown to throw at Jesus feet! Daddy, you will always be with me in my heart until we meet again! I love you."
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