of Batesville, AR
October 19, 1955 - September 21, 2021
Tony Allen, 65, of Batesville died September 21, 2021.He was born October 19, 1955 in Hayward, California to George and Genevieve (Fereria) Allen.Tony was an avid fisherman and a people person who loved family get-togethers and motorcycles.Survivors include his wife, Alison (Hanson) Allen of the home; two sons, Tony Marlow of San Francisco, California and Phillip Allen (Cristie) of Batesville; two daughters, Lisa Reynolds (T.J.) of Quitman, and Linda Allen of Batesville; one brother, Ted Allen (Laurie) of California; one sister, Susie Allen of Washington and eight grandchildren, Ian, Dawson, Gracelyne, Peyton, Harlie, Gavin, Gage, and Tucker.He is preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Mary Murphy.Pallbearers are James Branscum, T.J. Reynolds, Eric Rommel, Dawson Allen, Peyton Allen, Matt Oakes, Renny Perez, and Doug Blackmon.Honorary pallbearers are Gavin Allen, Gage Rommel, Tucker Reynolds, and Ian Marlow.Funeral services will be Sunday, September 26, 2021 at First Church at 2:00pm with Rev. Michael Parmley, Rev. Johnathan Abbott, and Rev. Terry Reynolds Jr. officiating under the direction of Roller-Crouch Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Oaklawn Cemetery.Visitation will be one hour prior to the service.
So sorry I couldn't make it to the service. Praying for the family
Big Tony - when i was told about your passing , felt it immediately in the heart . Over the man that had THE BIGGEST HEART ❤️. Thank u for always being there for my Dad & my brother & especially me in my young adult years where I’ve met many listed above . You were there the days of our Pops passing ,(like mom said loves u like a son) and now u both are together ! Myself and Chuck will try not to cause u and my Dad to laugh so much . Love & prayers to all .-Christopher
We love tony so much all the memories and years of laughter flood our hearts and minds these past few days we have wonderful memories of our friend and we will miss him terribly I'm so thankful that he was at peace and the last time we saw him he was happy not in pain we know we will meet him again one fine day.untill then we will carry you in our hearts tony we love you.
Prayers to whole family.
To lisa and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time, my heart goes out to each of you , may God wrap his loving arms around you and hold you tight through the pain your feeling and leave a peaceful feeling knowing your daddy is with the lord now but will always be in your hearts until you meet again.
Tony will always be a family member..I wasn't as big a fisherman..playing golf, board games, cards, bbq, telling jokes, laughing (he loved to laugh), were good times..He was a kind and apolojetic person and he enjoyed helping people in need..😇 Richard
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and you’re family during this difficult time.
You were like a second son to Joe and such a great friend to us all. Chris. Chuck. Me. I love you. I never did get to meet your wife but im sure happy that you had all that the last few years. We spent many times fishing and eating. Rip. You will be missed. Love you
Tony will be greatly missed but we are happy for the many happy memories we have and are so thankful to have met him and his family close to 30 years ago. He loved God and loved his family...that was apparent to anyone who met him. So glad we got to spend time with him again over the last 18 months since we moved back to AR and will cherish those memories. God bring comfort and peace to those he leaves behind. Love you guys.
Linda Dad was a wonderful person I know how much he loved you and your kids He will be dearly missed