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Charles “Chuck” Allen

26 octubre , 192920 noviembre , 2020

Charles “Chuck” Allen, 91, died November 20, 2020 with his daughters by his side in Morrisville, NC.

A private graveside service was held on Friday, November 27th at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago. The family plans to hold a memorial service in Sarasota, Florida at a later date.

He was born October 29, 1929 in Chicago, Illinois to Charles and Marie Allen. His father was an executive at Brinks Armored Cars in Chicago and his mother was a homemaker.

Chuck grew up in Bannockburn, Illinois and following graduating from Syracuse University, he proudly served in the Army and later worked at Illinois Bell for 29 years. He met and married his wife of 54 years, Helen Joan Allen while living in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago. He and his family lived in the Chicago area until retiring to Osprey, Florida in 1988.

He loved being with his family, friends, traveling, boating, and playing shuffle board and Bocce Ball.

He is survived by his daughters, Beth Allen and Susan McIndoe and her husband, Pirie; and granddaughters, Colleen and Erin. He was preceded in death by his wife, Helen; his parents, Charles and Marie; and his sister, Edith.

Donations may be sent to the National Museum of the U.S. Army Attn: Tribute Gifts 1775 Liberty Dr, Ste 400 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

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  • National Museum of the U.S. Army Attn: Tribute Gifts 1775 Liberty Dr, Ste 400 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

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Leslie Gambee

noviembre 30, 2020

Dear Sue and Beth - when we moved to the Chicago area, your family was the first to welcome us. We spent many wonderful
Christmas celebrations in your Lincolnshire home❤️ It was the first time we ever saw luminaries lining the streets - it is such a vivid memory for my first Christmas after leaving NYC, it made the move peaceful. Peter and I loved seeing your parents in Florida as they welcomed us into that home too. Our hearts are heavy for you. Xoxo Leslie

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