Fred Allen

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Fred Allen, age 57. Sunrise December 3, 1959 and Sunset April 10, 2017.

Fred Allen was the son of Delores Allen and the Late John Allen. Fred was born December 3, 1959 in Columbus,

Fred accepted Christ at an early age and was united with Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. He was a graduate of East High School. Fred was a truck driver for many different companies. He loved fishing, dancing, craking jokes,and hanging out with family and friends. Fred departed this earthly life suddenly on Monday April 10, 2017.

Fred leaves to cherish his memory, mother, Delores Allen; daughters, Feddrinna Allen, Faith Allen, and Donneka Garner; son, Dushawn Garner; the mother of his children, Angie Garner, brothers, Michael Harper, John Allen, and Daryl Reese; sisters, Elaine Allen, Linda Wade, Delores (Anthony) Kelley, Gloria Allen, Deaven Reese, an Leslie Mattoox; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Fred will truly be missed by family and friends who loved him.

Visitation 11:00 A.M. Funeral 12:00 P.M. Tuesday April 18, 2017 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Avenue.

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Fred Allen

Condolence Messages

  1. Lori Welch-Smith

    To the Allen Family, my heartfelt condolences to you for the loss of Freddie. He was always the life of the party, and brought that big smile and laughter wherever he was. I am shocked and saddened by his untimely departure. So glad I had the chance to know him and I know God is standing at the Gates of Heaven welcoming him home. Continuous Prayers

  2. Arnise "Cookie" Palmore and Wilson Family

    To the Allen Family,Our deepest condolences and prayers to Ms. Delores and all of you for the loss of Freddie. He was my close and dear friend for over 45 years,since childhood in Bolivar Arms. He always made us all laugh and as we became adults, we had a lot of fun and special times together that I will miss so much. He was very close to my entire family, my mother “Mom Shirley” (he called her),my sister Niesy and my brothers Frank ( his partner for years) my brother Robert and nephew Sidney. We all loved him and he will be truly missed, but God loved him best. Rest in Heaven! Love Cookie and the entire Wilson family

  3. Vonzell Johnson and Family

    To the Allen Family, my deepest condolences and prayers to you all for the loss of Freddie. He was a good young man who I watched grow up in Bolivar Arms for years. He was always dressed fly, a fast talking person with a great personality. He was always happy and will be missed. A true friend , Gone to Soon! Stay strong and God Bless!
    Vonzell Johnson

  4. Sending my Prayers to you all Freddie will be Greatly missed I no he’s in Gods Loving arms God I ask that you keep the Allen Family wrapped in your Loving arms

  5. Sheri Smith (Conner) and Family

    Our hearts weigh heavy during this time! We (The Smith family) want to offer our deepest heartfelt condolences to the Allen family. We grew up together and Freddy will be missed.
    We pray for God’s Blessing and peace

  6. Guider Enterprises

    Sending our love, thoughts, and prayers to the Allen and Garner families during this difficult time. It was truly a pleasure to have known Freddie.
    ~The Guider Family

  7. Homer & LaShalle Johnson

    We are so sorry to hear about Freddie.
    Our hearts truly goes out to Ms. Delores and the Allen family. Freddy was the life of any gathering truly a funny person that would keep you in tears.
    R.I.P. Freddie…

    Please know Ms. Delores and the rest of the Allen family you our in are thoughts and prayers.
    We Luv U,
    Homer & LaShalle

  8. Syretta Scales and family.

    To the Allen family we offer our condolences to your family during this time of bereavement.It was a pleasure to know Freddy. I will miss his smile and fish Fry’s. I often teased him that he followed me to middle school, high school and then to the same neighborhood. May your beautiful memories of him warm your heart and give you comfort and strength in the coming days.

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