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Allen, Mary Lou

December 20, 1966 - September 22, 2015

A bright light in the world was extinguished on Tuesday, September 22nd at 12:23 PM when Mary Lou Allen finally lost her long battle with illness.

She was adored by many and survived by her mother Barbara June Gentry, brothers Lindell Ray Gentry III and Johnny Phillip Sifford, children Lauren Glynn Allen and John Tristan Allen, daughter-in-law Jacqueline Elizabeth Allen, and their children, Mary’s beloved grandchildren, Gavin Layne Culver and Emma Rose Allen, and many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, and patients. She was preceded in death by her loving father Lindell Ray Gentry II, uncles Michael Carroll Gentry and William Francis “Butch” Mann.

Born December 20th, 1966, in Big Spring, Texas, Mary was a nurse, a caregiver and friend to many. She graduated from Tarrant County Junior College with a degree in Nursing, which she used for many years after in her career as a Registered Nurse to bring wellness and light to people’s lives.

A service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, September 26th at North Dallas Funeral Chapel at 2710 Valley View Ln., Dallas, TX 75234.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mary Allen Memorial Fund.

Not a day will go by that Mary will not be missed by the many people who loved her. The mark she left on this world cannot be overstated. We love you, Mom.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252

3 replies on “Allen, Mary Lou”

Larry Paxton Sr says:

I have known Mary all her life in fact she was like a daughter to me. Both our families had a lot of good times together,great memories. My heart ache’s for her Mom, brothers and children as well as all her friends. She will be deeply missed. Now she’s in heaven with her Dad. RIP sweetie!

Linda Sue Davidson says:

Sweet Mary…friend, caregiver, angel. You are much loved and will be forever missed. I know another angel is watching over the many who treasured her.
My prayers and sympathy to Mary’s family and loved ones. She was one of the most caring and loving women I’ve been blessed with during my life.
May God watch over and comfort you. I know Mary is watching over us and keeping us safe.
With love,
Linda Sue Davidson

Kelly Corl says:

Although the time I knew Mary might be considered brief, the impact she had was everlasting. She was an incredible Nurse, a quality person and I was honored to consider her a friend.

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