ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Allen Luther 37 years old , born on October 11, 1976 and passed away on May 12, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Chrissian Robinson on May 13, 2020
I miss you more than I can ever explain. I know I don't show it as much as others but I know you're with me, everyday. The butterfly that lands around me, the Redbird that flies in front of my car every morning, the times I just hear your voice because I know what you would say. I hope and pray I make you proud,. I wish you had more time with us on this Earth, I wish Isaiah would've known you, I wish I could see you one more time.. Please keep your arms around Mama and Nanny...they need you most right now. I'll continue to look for you daily and the times I'm not I'll notice your reminders. I love you so very much.
Posted by Carlisa Luther on May 12, 2020
I love and miss you so much . This world sucks without you in it little brother.

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Posted by Chrissian Robinson on May 13, 2020
I miss you more than I can ever explain. I know I don't show it as much as others but I know you're with me, everyday. The butterfly that lands around me, the Redbird that flies in front of my car every morning, the times I just hear your voice because I know what you would say. I hope and pray I make you proud,. I wish you had more time with us on this Earth, I wish Isaiah would've known you, I wish I could see you one more time.. Please keep your arms around Mama and Nanny...they need you most right now. I'll continue to look for you daily and the times I'm not I'll notice your reminders. I love you so very much.
Posted by Carlisa Luther on May 12, 2020
I love and miss you so much . This world sucks without you in it little brother.
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A "YMCA DANCE" GONE WRONG

Shared by Chrissian Robinson on May 13, 2020
I was 14 years old.. babysitting the kids while you and Aunt Becky worked through the week. We created a YMCA dance routine on the swing set that we worked sooo hard on to get just right. After showing off our skills to you both, you told us good job and smiled...but not any smile it was that cheesey grin you had when you were up to no good. I should've known but I didn't notice those little things then like I do now. The kids and I immediately started working on it to "perfect" it. You snuck out the back door of the house and came around to the shed and scared us sooo bad that im pretty sure Danielle got left behind as we took off, RUNNING, to get inside the house. You laughed so hard at us. Meanwhile we were terrified and never went back to the swing set again. I love you. Gone but never forgotten.