Katy Funeral Home


Benjamin Allen Patrick

September 13, 1965January 9, 2021

Benjamin Allen Patrick, age 55, of Katy, Texas passed away on Saturday, January 9, 2021.

Allen was born September 13, 1965 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania to Benjamin Powell and Darlene Patrick. Allen attended Valley High School where he played basketball and participated in track and field. He was an all-around athletic superstar. Allen attended George Washington University on a scholarship to play basketball in DC.

After leaving college, Allen went back to New Kensington where he later got clean and became a true solider in Narcotics Anonymous. Allen was very involved in service within NA and was a shining example that “Service is a Posture of the Heart” with over 21 years clean. Allen loved to travel the world and was very adventurous. In his down time, Allen enjoyed playing games such as sudoku and loved watching Jeopardy while playing along, appealing to his highly competitive nature. Allen enjoyed listening to music including anything from Wu-Tang Clan and Jill Scott to a Tribe Called Quest; his favorite singer was Sade. Allen was a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan, which is the only time you would actually hear him raise his voice. He bled black and gold.

Allen was preceded in death by his father Benjamin F. Powell, his niece Latasha Johnson, his nephew Michael Coover, his grandmother Gloria "Nanny" Patrick, and his cousin Seqourri Smith.

Allen is survived by his life partner Kamie Hubbard, his mother Darlene Patrick Moore (William), children, Tiffany, Deja, and George, his grandchildren, Ella and Joshua Allen, his siblings, Bridget Jones, Yvette Snyder (Terry), Talmadge "TJ" Johnson, Leann Johnson, his very special Aunt Grace Wade and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A memorial service for Allen will be held Friday, January 22, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Katy Funeral Home, 23350 Kingsland Blvd, Katy, TX 77494. A cremation will occur. Due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, social distancing measures will be in place and the Celebration and Life is by invite only. We also ask that you please wear a face mask at all times for the health and safety of our guests.


  • Memorial Service

    Friday, January 22, 2021



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Deanna Wexler

January 22, 2021

Kamie and family, my deepest condolences. I will always remember Allen as kind. He truly cared for others. I am so very sorry for your loss. I am thinking of all of you today.

Ruth O'Brien

January 21, 2021

Allen once upon a time would babysit my at the time 2 year old ( he is now 24). My son loved it when he got to spend time with him. You are truly missed already. You will live in our hearts forever

Gail Barnes

January 21, 2021

My condolences to the family, and know. Darlene and TJ you're in my thoughts and prayers. I only met Allen maybe once, but it was as if I had known him before. God plucked another flower from his garden. He is in the arms of God, and I know he must be smiling down at you all and happy. So Darlene I know that your faith is strong and I know that you and your family all love the Lord. Nothing is easy about losing someone but the comfort is in knowing we will see them again one day. So my friends I am here if you need me and I pray they each day you will get stronger.
Love you Gail Barnes


January 21, 2021


Sequita Smith

January 20, 2021


January 19, 2021

Kamie, Deja, George, Rhonda, Jonah & Syd,
As you celebrate the life of Allen, my deepest sympathies are with each of you. It is my prayer that each of you will be comforted with God’s love and His peace that surpasses all understanding. All of your moments with Allen now become precious memories that you will have to hold onto daily as time will heal..

❤️ Silvann Broussard

Bridget Jones

January 17, 2021

Oh Brother,
I have so many memories to cherish forever. Thank you for being such an exceptional good guy. I love you and will miss you. I know you would not want me to be sad so I will be happy with my memories ♥️
Love Bridget

Kim Reddicks

January 17, 2021

Someone who shared so much of life with you will forever be a part of you.

When someone as special as Allen lives the way he did, his legacy is sure to live on through the many lives he touched.

Keeping you and your family in our thoughts prayers as you remember Allen.

Kim & Jimmy

Vincent Miller

January 17, 2021

Peanut , as we all knew you by during our childhood in New Kensington. You are going to be missed RWG my friend.

Julian Hollins

January 16, 2021

Allen was my dear friend. I will miss him terribly. Im praying for everyone whose heart is heavy. Allen was a genuine dude. A rare find to have him as a friend was priceless. I enjoyed talks with Allen from service to life and health. What you stood for and believe in will live on forever ,because you touched so many lives and were a beautiful example even when you didn't want to be. I love and will miss you.