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Frederick Allen, October 24, 1965~January 6, 2015

image (10)Frederick Allen, 49, of Fayetteville died  January 6, 2015 at Washington Regional Medical Center.  He was born October 24, 1965 in Little Rock to James and Beatrice Allen.

Fred was preceded in death by his father, James Allen, Sr.

Survived by his wife of 15 years, Anna L. Allen; one son, Benjamin R. Carr; one daughter, Olivia L. Carr, both of Fayetteville; five siblings,  James (Skate) E. Allen, Jr. of Little Rock; Richie L. Allen of Fountain Valley, CA.; Cheryl D. Girley of Little Rock; April Evans of Memphis, TN; and Angela Campbell of Little Rock; and a host of relatives and friends.

The family will receive friends from 5-7 P.M on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at Beard’s Chapel.

Funeral services will be 1 P.M. on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at Mt. Comfort Church of Christ with Ministers Steve West and Tommy Brooks officiating.  Interment will follow in Oak Cemetery under the direction of Beard’s Chapel.

Contributions may be made to the account for Fred Allen for funeral services at any Arvest Bank location.

 

 

 

 

 

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    Roosevelt & Leatrice Singleton » 10. Jan, 2015

    Precious in the sight of the Lord Is the death of His saints.

    God love you and so do we

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    Ellen Smith » 11. Jan, 2015

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

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    craig jefferson » 11. Jan, 2015

    I always enjoyed my conversations with Fred. Very uplifting. I will always remember him. My heart goes out to your family. From all of us that remember him here in Lowell…

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    Lawrence Marshall » 11. Jan, 2015

    Fred Allen was a good friend of my family, I went to school with his brother James, a good man blessing and prays to his family.

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    nate marshall jr » 12. Jan, 2015

    my condolence to Fred’s family ..he has been a part of my family circle for years..as a lifelong friend to my youngest brother,mike marshall,…

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    Shirley (Baker) Mannon » 12. Jan, 2015

    In the early to mid eighties I worked as Secretary/Bookkeeper for Mr. Danny Patrick at St. Paul High School. Bill was our principal (1983-1984). He was one of the best. Wish we could have had him longer but he moved on to greater things. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

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    Clayton and Lisa Williams » 12. Jan, 2015

    We will always remember Fred with a big smile on his face and kindness in his heart!
    Clayton and I send our deepest sympathy to the entire family.

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    Herbert Rideout » 12. Jan, 2015

    May God give you peace during this time of sorry. We shall all one day see you again for us that are in Christ Jesus. We will miss you, but we must go on.

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    JACKIE AND TAO WEILAND » 12. Jan, 2015

    FRED WAS ONE OF THEN NICEST MEN I HAVE EVER MET. HE CAME TO OUR CHURCH: WHITEHOUSE CHURCH OF CHRIST ON SEVERAL OCCATIONS, AND EVEN PREACHED 2 SERMONS, AND WAS AN EXCELLENT SONG LEADER ALSO. HE ALWAYS APPRECIATED WHEN THE CONGREGATION WOULD SAY “AMEN” AFTER IMPORTANT POINTS WERE MADE. HE SAID HE “LOVED” COMING DOWN TO WHITEHOUSE CHURCH. WE WILL MISS YOU FRED, BUT WE WILL SEE YOU IN HEAVEN. JACKIE HALL WEILAND

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    Wanda Carr » 13. Jan, 2015

    I am so sorry for your loss Ann! If there is anything I can do please call me. I love you so much

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    Machelle Merritt Harris » 13. Jan, 2015

    May God be with your family. Fred and I was neighbor from little children up to junior high school. He was my best friend. He was there for me all the time. After we finish our homework we would meet outside and just sit and talked until one of our parents would flash the porch light for us to come in. I will miss him dearly.
    Machelle Merritt Harris

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    Glen Ludwick » 13. Jan, 2015

    I often had the good fortune to sit with Fred and a few others for Bible study at the Spencer’s home. I truly enjoyed my conversations with Fred. He was a great person – but more than that – he was a disciple of the Lord for which I am truly thankful. Thus I hope to see him again in the great by and by and renew our acquaintance. My sincerest condolences and prayers are with his family during this time of their sorrow.

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    Marcia & Ivan Lassiter » 14. Jan, 2015

    Our thoughts, love, and prayers are with you all. We will miss our Brother-In-Christ.