OBITUARY

Emilie Dian Allen

October 29, 1957March 20, 2018
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Emilie Dian Allen, 60, of Montgomery, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. She was born on October 29, 1957 in Houston, Texas, to Charles Lee and Willie Mae Bell. She was preceded in death by her father.

Emilie is survived by her loving husband of 41yrs. John Allen; mother Willie Mae Freeman of Payson, Arizona; daughter Amber Allen and son Jeff Allen both of Montgomery, Texas; grandchildren also of Montgomery, Texas Ray, Jayden, and TY Allen, Martez and Chris Smith, and JJ Allen of Peoria, Arizona; great-grandson Brantley Allen of Montgomery, Texas; brothers Clinton Bell of Queen Creek, Arizona, and Nathan Bell of Payson, Arizona; sister Beverly Simmons of Payson, Arizona and numerous nieces, nephews, family members and friends.

A memorial service will take place on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at the Lone Star Cowboy Church, 21627 Eva St, Montgomery, TX 77356. In lieu of flowers the family asks donations be made to the Lone Star Cowboy Church.

  • FAMILY

  • Charles Lee Allen, Father
  • Willie Mae Freeman, Mother
  • John Allen, Husband
  • Amber Allen, Daughter
  • Jeff Allen, Son
  • Ray Allen, Grandchild
  • Jayden Allen, Grandchild
  • TY Allen, Grandchild
  • Martez Smith, Grandchild
  • Chris Smith, Grandchild
  • JJ Allen, Grandchild
  • Brantley Allen, Great Grandson
  • Clinton Bell, Brother
  • Nathan Bell, Brother
  • Beverly Simmons, Sister
  • Numerous nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends are also left to treasure her memory.
  • DONATIONS

  • Lone Star Cowboy Church

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, March 28, 2018
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Beverly Simmons

April 7, 2018

I will never forget my sister Emilie. And I'm guessing with her passing away on my birthday it was her way of making sure of that. As if I could ever forget my big sister. Emilie was a lot of things to a lot of people kind loving generous. To me she was all that and my earliest memories. She took care of me. She took care of all of us. When Emilie was no longer able to care for herself Johns love and devotion to her comfort was an amazing thing to see. I'm blessed to have had a wonderful short stay with her before she passed from us. I told her just how special she has always been to me. It was precious time I will keep with me. When our brother Clinton was married my sister and I showed up in very similar outfits. Needless to say she wasn't happy about this. She wouldn't sit by me at the wedding. This hurt my feelings. We had always had similar taste. However I could forgive Emilie anything. After all, I wanted to be just like her. I will miss her everyday. And someday I will see her on the other side. Love Beverly

Willie Mae Freeman

April 7, 2018

My daughter Emilie. When Emilie wanted to be be born she got here in a hurry. She was always in a hurry most of her life. As a baby she would cry and whine and thrashed a lot. We took her from her crib early and put her in to a low youth bed. One night she rolled out on to the floor and we found her in the closet. Emilie's DR. used the words hyper active I had not heard of this before. I would do my best to comfort and console my baby but only her dad could do that only he could calm her. When she was 5years old she had a new purse for church the pastor asked what was in her purse she showed he him a small dead bird she had found. Around the same age found her walking the plate line on a addition to the house. We hired a babysitter once for the three of them and she locked them out of the house ( Emilie did it) . Once she threw a jumping cactus on the back of Dale Byrne. Emilie was a very generous and loving person. So many more stories and memories I could tell. We all loved her and will be missed by her loving family Love Mom.

Janis Spencer

April 3, 2018

Our hearts are broken. Emilie, our Emmy, was one in a million. She was like a second Mom to our daughter when she started daycare for Morganne when she was 4 months old. Heart of gold and love to spread around to all the children that were lucky enough to find their way into her heart and home. Strong, funny, talented warm hearted woman. I am glad to have known her and will miss her, even though she lived out of state these last many years. John - I am so sorry for your and your families loss. I know she will watch over you all and forever be in your hearts.

Carl Jacobs

April 2, 2018

I'll always remember your smile and laff, we are all gonna miss you

John Allen

April 2, 2018

I met the love of my life Emilie back in the early 70's.She was always fun to be around and her smile would just light up the room. During our 41 years of marriage we worked hard to achieve our goals in life but the most important thing to us was being around friends and family. We had 2 beautiful children Amber and Jeff which i am so proud of. They are so loving and caring just like there mother. Emilie had a special gift for taking care of children. They all loved her and wanted to be around her. Emilie was the best thing that ever happened to me in my life. She changed my life so much and i wanted to be just like her. Emilie was the sweetest, kindest and most caring person that i ever knew and was just a joy to be around. She always put others before herself and would help anyone she could no matter who they were. She touched and changed so many peoples lives that my phone would ring constantly from family and friends asking how she was doing battling her deadly disease. She never gave up and fought to the end. Emilie, I love you, i miss you and you will forever be in my heart. I can picture your beautiful smile in my mind and i am smiling back at you as i know you are in heaven and we will be together again my darling wife.

Aaron Bell

March 31, 2018

Aunt Emilie was one of the most caring people I've ever met, and better yet she was my aunt. She went out of her way to make sure everything and everyone was taken care of. My aunt loved watching her grandkids play and enjoy life. Her marriage with my uncle John was story book prefect, they knew each other so well you'd think they could read each other minds. Aunt Emilie was full of so many different characteristics I loved and envy, she spoke her mind no matter of the known outcome, she'd hold her ground to the very end, but she also could admit when she was ever wrong (which wasn't often). I had the opportunity to stay with my aunt for some time and in the time there I got to see just how hard she works everyday. Aunt Emilie is, was, and forever will be one of the most amazing people I've known. I love you aunt emilie

CLINTON BELL

March 31, 2018

Emilie Diane Allen was my sister and friend of 60 years . Emilie shared her life with friends and family with true Love and Passion and always looking out for others before herself. As children we were raised by loving parents that gave us a great start in life with morals , ethics , and a Love for God was instilled in us from the beginning of our lives. My sister was a fighter from the beginning of her live to the very end, she never gave up her illness was just to big to beat . I know my sister is in a better place and out of pain . John was my sisters right & left hand the last few years and cared for her every need , but God gave comfort to her Heart and Soul . I LOVE YOU and will miss you . CLINTON RUSSEL BELL

Greg Freeman

March 28, 2018

Emilie was a very gracious and kind. Praying for John and family.

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