Scottie_Allen

Scottie Allen

1930 - 1988

I'm a nice guy but don't rattle my cage.
  • 57 years old
  • Date of birth:  May 29th, 1930
  • Place of birth:  Hasse, Texas, United States
  • Date of passing:  March 17th, 1988
  • Place of passing:  Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Scottie Allen, 57, born on May 29th, 1930 and passed away on March 17th, 1988. We will remember him forever.
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Candle lit  by James Allen on March 13th, 2014

Dad, it's hard to believe that this month will be 26 years since you went home to be with the Lord. And I still miss you!!

Candle lit  by Theda Barton on April 19th, 2014

,I miss Scottie so much.  He was the only brother-in-law I had
that I could talk to. I really enjoyed his teaching, but I also remember
when he acted silly and kept us laughing. I think my best friend (Myrna)
and I  both had a "crush" on him when He & Jo were datin

Candle lit  by Cindy Murders on May 29th, 2014

Scottie and Mary Jo were friends of my parents, Sophie & Bill Sutton.  But over the years they also became my friends.  I was their baby sitter in Bellingham and then for a time in Adak, Alaska. Scottie's faith, testimony and life impacted all of my family. Everyone who knew him also knew that he loved and served Jesus.

Candle lit  by Tony Alter on June 4th, 2014

Scottie was my first Pastor, I learned a lot from him and his wonderful family.

Candle lit  by maryjo martin on March 16th, 2016

28 years ago tomorrow, God took my soul-mate, dearest friend, and husband to be with Him. I still miss him so much, but because I love him still, I am glad he is with his heavenly father and no longer suffers any pain, sorrow or heartache. I am also assured that I will be reunited with him in that glorious place in the Lord's timing, which is so comforting to me. He was a wonderful husband

Candle lit  by Jody Brown on March 17th, 2016

41 years ago as I was completing my military service and interested in pursuing a pastoral ministry I met Scottie.  He became my Pastor, my mentor, my advisor and my friend.  He impacted my life and my theology in ways that continue with me today.  He became like a 2nd father and definitely my spiritual father.  I can't wait for the reunion I will have with him in heaven.

Candle lit  by Lonnie Allen on March 17th, 2016

I would give anything to sit down and have a conversation with Dad. For someone that didn't have the formal seminary training,he had a lot of wisdom. He invested time and energy in serving the Lord and relationships. He left a legacy and heritage for his kids that will last far beyond his 57 years.  

Candle lit  by Wendy Lissenden on March 17th, 2016

I still talk about Scottie. He made me feel important. Some of my best memories were when he would ask me what a particular verse said and if I couldn't quote it He would challenge me to learn it before he talked to me again. He was an amazing Father and husband! I watched him closely and I'm so thankful for his influence. Can't wait to see him in Heaven one day! I loved him then and now!

Candle lit  by Scott Jones on March 17th, 2016

I met Scottie just a few days before reporting aboard my first Fast Attack Submarine.  I knocked on his door and he invited me in poured me a cup of coffee and we began to talk about our mutual love for sound bible teaching and about the Navy.  Scottie taught me the importance of a men's prayer meeting - Scottie can wait to see you, Jay Chappell, P.J. Jensen, Bob Thieme and my Dad again!

Candle lit  by Lewis Billie Smith on March 17th, 2016

Scottie was our Friend, Pastor/Teacher and Mentor.  We are so thankful that God sent him and Mary Jo into our lives.  He was instrumental in getting us in Bible Study and serving in the Church.  What a blessing.
As we look back we are remembering all the good times we had laughing and fellowshipping together with The Allens.

Candle lit  by Denise TECHAU on March 17th, 2016

Scottie took our little family in 35 years ago to be an example and teach us about being in the ministry. He had a passion for Jesus and for people. He taught us to stand up for what we believe in. To never compromise the Word of God. He is greatly missed and we cherish the times we had with him. I'm sure he hasn't had to pick
Up a single trash can in heaven :)

Candle lit  by Jim Techau on March 18th, 2016

Scottie was a true shepherd of the flock. He taught many lessons of what it means to be a pastor. I love that he was willing take a young man who did not know one end of the church from the other. I was able to see the man's heart and soul. I am eternally happy for his wisdom and shepherding skills he gave me,. I was blessed to know him and call him my friend.

Candle lit  by Tom Allen on May 29th, 2016

What does it mean to be a father?  I couldn't have answered that question while he was alive - even now, with two of my own - I'm still learning.  From my current perspective, my dad was a good one - given the thoughts and fears I have known over the last 12 years of raising my own children - I have a new appreciation of how he must have struggled with that same question.  I miss him.

Candle lit  by maryjo martin on May 29th, 2016

Two days ago, if Scottie were still on this earth, we would have celebra-ted our 65th wedding anniversary. Even though it hurts terribly and I miss him so, I am thankful that he was spared these 28 years of pain, sickness, disappointment and mental and emotional suffering. But I KNOW that I will see him again and that is my comfort and peace.

Candle lit  by Gary Brown on August 8th, 2016

Pastor Teacher, Friend, Mentor, Shipmate.  Yes Scottie, I'm still married to Sol. If you are picking up cigarette butts, save me a pole. Sol and I love you and look forward to seeing our Lord and Savior with you by His side. Love to you and all of the church family.

Candle lit  by John Allen on March 18th, 2017

Proverbs 17:6 Grandchildren are the crown of old men,
And the glory of sons is their fathers.
Dad, you are still my glory and my hero. I still look up to you in my heart and aspire to be the Godly man, husband, father, leader and friend that you are. I hope to match the legacy you achieved and strive to preserve the mantle, and to one day pass it on. Thank you.

Candle lit  by Jean Metcalf on August 5th, 2017

Scottie & Mary Jo..grounded & dependent on God. Prayer warriors.
Humble servants.Scottie was a most honorable man. Steel toed boots & asbestos pants were proper attire when listening to the Word! Thank you for your faithfulness.

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