Floy Mae Allen

February 10, 1925April 28, 2021

Floy Mae Annell Bralley Allen came into this world on Feb 10, 1925. She left this world on April 28, 2021, with her oldest daughter and only grand daughter by her side.

She is predeceased by her only son, Michael Blake Allen. Her youngest daughter Vernae Allen Freeman. Her beloved husband J Frank Allen and her youngest grandchild Jayson Freeman.

She lived a long and full life, enjoying many adventures with her husband before they settled down and raised a family in Grand Prairie. They moved to Galveston when Daddy “retired”. He didnt care for retirement so started his own lawn care service and continued to work for many years. They enjoyed their years in Galveston, making friends everywhere they went. I would call and ask how they were doing and many times, Mom's answer was “ We have a hot game of Dominoes going on!”. They loved to sit on their deck, looking out over the ocean.

They moved back to GP when Dad's health starting deteriorating. No more domino games, but they both loved rocking on their front porch, watching the world go by. Mom always insisted on being called Nana, as that was one of her proudest accomplishments.

She is survived by: Her oldest daughter and son in law - LaFawne and Wayne Harlin Only grand daughter Lauryl Summerlin and her fiancé Jeff Curtis and Oldest grand son Michael Potts

Great grand children Adrian Summerlin and wife Simone, Trystan Summerlin and wife Christine, Andrew Freeman, Cierra Craddock and husband Daniel and Shawn Brown.

Great great grand children: Addie, Bryson, Jameson, Kaden, Kennedy, Lia, Rhett, Sawyer and Zeke.

She loved her family fiercely and we will miss her greatly. She was loved by many and will be missed every day.

Graveside services will be held at Southland Memorial Park, SW 3rd Street, Grand Prairie, Texas on Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 10:30 AM.

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Lauryl Summerlin

May 12, 2021

My Nana.

Words cannot express how much I loved you and what you meant to me. There is a void that will never be replaced. How I will miss our trips to Theos, Braums icecream, and to get your favorite snowcone of strawberry cheesecake , most of which you always managed to spill in my car. The adventures we had even pushing you around the block In your wheelchair. You were my rock, my ride or die. We loved and laughed and we fought lol I know your are with "your boy" now and I know how happy and free you are feeling. Kiss the family for me. Until we meet again, Lauryl

LaFawne Harlin

May 12, 2021

A loving wife, mother and grand mother , who left many memories to be cherished and remembered fondly. She was feisty, funny and a force to be reckoned with, right up until her final day. She lived her life to the fullest and was known for her friendly attitude.
We will miss her but take great comfort in knowing she is back with her beloved J. Frank and all the family members who were waiting for her.

carlos gardner

May 12, 2021

celebrate your memories of her and find comfort in those memories.
May those memories lighten your sorrow and warm your heart.
We had some good days together at lunch.