of Alexander, AR
January 7, 1930 - September 23, 2020
FLOY ALLENE McLELLAN, 90, passed away Wednesday, September 23, 2020, in the home of her nephew, Wayne Harvey, in Greenbrier, AR. Allene was born January 7, 1930 in Forest City, AR. She was a retired Psych Nurse, an excellent cook, and was very generous, especially to those less fortunate than she. Allene was preceded in death by her loving husband, Curtis McLellan; a son, Ricky Greenwood; a dearly loved sister, Dorothy Harvey, and brother-in-law, Harold Harvey. She is survived by a nephew, Wayne Harvey (wife Aurelia); a niece, Beverly Brown (husband Kelvin); longtime neighbor and friend, Janice Watts; and a host of relatives and friends.Visitation will be Sunday, September 27, 2020, from 2:00- 4 :00 P.M. at Roller Drummond Funeral Home, 10900 I 30, Little Rock, AR. All COVID regulations will be enforced, masks, distancing.Graveside service will be at 10 AM, Monday, September 28, 2020, at Pinecrest Memorial Park, Alexander, AR. Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/drummond
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8yr ago i meet this lady that lived next door i cant say in works on how much she has become a part of my life as each yr grew more and more on how much i love and care for her as a sister you will be greatly missed and it has been a honor to live by you and be the friend and family. Love always Janice
I'm going to miss for Eileen especially her Smiles the stories about her and her husband when they first moved into their home here in Alexander and how she always met us at the fence line with her coconut candy the kids would always call it hope you're having a best time in heaven with your loving husband in friends and family we will see each other again and having some day until then I will always love you and miss you xoxoxox
Allene was a super sweet soul she was a spicy one i always loved hearing her stories and always laughing when she was telling me them i will always look foward to hear her say hi are those are angels talking about my daughters she loved seeing them run and play she will be miss
We loved her. Larry baked bread for her often and we loved to see her littleanimals as she bragged about them. She loved Curtis so much! I'm glad theyare together. She was a fiesty lady!
We love you Allene. We're sure glad you're back with Curtis!
Please accept our deepest sympathies at this time. Sister McClelland was such a special lady! I know she meant a lot to everyone at church! May Heavenly Father bless and comfort you and your family. Marvin and Belinda Greene
Allene was such a firecracker! About 5'2" of spontaneous combustion. With a heart of gold, quick wit, and a great work ethic. Such an honor to have known. Never want to be on the wrong side of her. Loved her and feel the loss, but what a relief for her to rejoin her husband Curtis and other loved ones. Life is truly good under the Great Plan of Happiness.
My grandmother, Floy McKell, and Allene were great friends. I remember Allene dropping off countless treats and meals to my grandmother. I’m pretty sure they spoke on the phone every day. I lost contact with Allene once my grandmother passed but never forgot her kindness. She was a great friend in this life and I know they’ll have lots to catch up on when they meet again.
I will always remember Sister Allene! I met her the night her beloved Curtis died. Oh, how she loved that man! She made the best Peanut Butter pie! And she amazed me by cutting, not only her own, but her neighbors grass for years!! I will miss her smile and hilarious stories and her warm heart. My sincere condolences in this time of loss.