Bowling, Sr., Allan Dennis

September 24, 1960 - June 20, 2019

Allan Dennis Bowling Sr., 58 passed away at his home in Wylie, TX. on June 20th surrounded by many loved ones.

He was born on September 24th, 1960 in Garland; TX. Allan lived in Richardson and Garland before settling down in Wylie. Allan truly had a passion for all that life had to offer. His best times always included the water. Spending time at the lakes and beaches was his absolute favorite way to pass time. Anyone who ever met Allan had an amazing friend for life. He was the life of any gathering. Allan was a patient, caring and a very loving man. His heart of gold was bigger than he was! Big Al was larger than life!

Allan is survived by his mother, Phyllis Bowling, wife, Summer Bowling and children, Allan Jr., Hailey, Adam, Brett and Nathaniel as well as so many others whose lives he touched. Allan was preceded in death by his father, Gartrell Bowling.

Services will be held June 29th at 2:00 p.m. at The Messiah Lutheran Church at 1801 W. Plano Pkwy. Plano, TX 75075. Allan has requested to be cremated and his ashes spread at a tropical beach.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Kidney Disease research with Nephcure via phone at 610-540-0186 X10


Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

4 replies on “Bowling, Sr., Allan Dennis”

Dedria Bowling says:

After living a 1/4 of my life with my soulmate and Had 3 beautiful children together; Allan was the life of the party and the love of my life at one time and we loved our kids very much. His new family is in our prayers and he is healthy and partying in paradise as we speak!

Suzanne Larson & Ray Bensley says:

Sending love and sincere condolences and love

Darryl Roberts says:

Summer and Family my heart and prayers go up to our God that he show grace and mercy during this time . God blessed us all with the time we had with Allen and his memories live in our hearts. He was a Mans Man and my friend and Brother will be missed dearly.
See ya soon my dear friend Big Al.

My CUZ was bigger than life and had a big heart that’s why I called ” BIG ALL”. I remember when we were kid’s we had rubber-band war’s with e fatties who lived down the block. You had to be there.When his family and mien got together we got into some trouble but it was all cool.He helped me so much when I moved to Houston & Dallas .My CUS were best friends and I loved him very much. I will miss you “BIG ALL”God speed and I know we will meet again .To his wife ,kids and family ,I want to say sorry for your loss.ALLEN will be messed and my heart goes out you He has a place in Gods house. If I hsd only known I would have showed up to his ceremony ,sorry I did not know until last night Please forgive me NO ONE EVER told me until I talked to Ted

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