Willie Allen

Obituary of Willie Lee Allen

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   Brother Willie Lee "Bubba" Allen was born on April 11,1958 in Atlanta, Texas to Will A. and Clarence Lee Allen. He was their last of their six children. He grew up in Atlanta's Shiloh & Booker Washington communities. He attended schools in Atlanta Independent School District. As a teen, he developed love for sports and the outdoors. 

   On January 13, 1981, he married the love of his life, Norma Gean Garner and together they became Mr. & Mrs. Allen. To this marital union, they had two children: Jason Jarrod & April Leigh' Ann. He was a husband, good provider, father, grandfather, and especially loved fishing. He was a member of Hendrix Temple COGIC as a result of birth. He never blocked his family's involvement. He was comical and looked for ways to bring laughter to every situation. Bubba really never met a stranger and was a people person. He spent most of working years doing warehouse type work. 

   On Sunday, October 11, 2020 just after midnight, Bubba was given rest from the suffering of this life. He will never be forgotten though he is gone from us. Indeed, he will live on in the hearts of the following: beloved wife Norma Allen; 1 Son: Jason, 1 Brother: Ted (Velma); 4 Sisters: Luvell McGriger (Charles), Evie Hill (Donald), Carolyn Hayden (Lenzy), Bertha Allen; 2 Sons of the Heart: Jevon Jones, Michael Young; 2 Grandchildren, a host of neices, nephews, cousins, uncles, friends, as well as his HT family. His parents and daughter completed life's journey ahead of him. 

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Thursday
15
October

VISITATION/WAKE

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Richardson Hill Funeral Home Chapel
1104 Oak St.
Texarkana, Texas, United States
903-793-2163
Friday
16
October

GRAVESIDE SERVICES

10:00 am
Friday, October 16, 2020
Pine Crest Cemetery
lll
Atlanta, Texas, United States
EULOGY- BISHOP C.D. WILSON
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