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Adams Funeral Home

129 Coleman Street, Marlin, TX

OBITUARY

Allen Ray Carthel

September 23, 1965February 19, 2020
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Allen Ray Carthel, 54, passed away on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Visitation will be Friday, February 21, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Memorial Services will be at 2:00 PM Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Adams Funeral Home.

Allen was born on September 23, 1965 to Wesley Carthel and Jolene Reager in Olney, Texas. He was employed by Pete Bonds Ranch since 1994. Allen considered Pete a “father figure” and adored the rest of the Bonds Ranch family. Allen was an avid hunter. He lived life to the fullest and Pattie was his rock.

Allen Ray Carthel was preceded in death by his Father, Wesley Carthel; Grandparents, Johnny and Gladys Reager, and AR and Cecil Carthel.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory his Wife, Pattie Carthel; Daughter Wendy Myers and husband Jeremy; Grandchildren, Colten Myers and Amilee (AR) Myers; his Mother, Jolene Harvey and husband David; Brother, Rodney Carthel and wife Jaclyn Carthel; Niece, Lynsie Carthel and Nephew Tyler Farco; and numerous friends he considered family.

In Lieu of flowers the family has asked for memorials to be made to Bancorp South in Marlin in the name of Colten and Amilee Myers Bancorp South Bank 164 Live Oak Marlin, Texas 76661 254-883-2551

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  • Bancorp South in the name of Colten & Amilee Myers

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 22, 2020

Memories

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Suzy Spindor Teague

February 23, 2020

So many memories of Allen with my brothers. Mostly getting in some sort of ‘issue’ with Rick. Allen was truly a man who took life head - on as fast as possible. You are all in our prayers as you learn to live without him. Hard working and playing just as hard - Rest In Peace cowboy! ❤️

Cindy Dunkin-Taylor

February 21, 2020

The class of 84 will never be the same but in our memories you will forever remain.....Allen was always funny sweet and very kind. I remember one day on the bus I was having a really really bad day and he cracked jokes until he had me smiling. That's how I will always remember our dear classmate. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Al Fuller

February 21, 2020

Allen always kept us Iowa boys entertain in the 20 plus years I've been coming down to Texas, from his rock crawler that he took us places that you thought was impossible to go through. another time he gave us pitbulls on our first (and last) hog hunt with dogs, all we wanted to do was film it and next thing you know were catching hogs and tying them up. LoL never a dull moment around Allen, you'll be missed my friend.

Ronnie Owens

February 20, 2020

A boss, a friend and a brother.... Always out for a good time... Love ya man, gonna miss ya like crazy...

Ben Rendek

February 20, 2020

Allen was the rare “TRUE FRIEND” that was always the same person every time you saw him. Laughing, Honest, Solid and always with his Ms Patty. GOD knows we will miss him, But folks, there’s a brighter light up in Heaven, a brighter star in the sky and that’s Allen—-checkin on things. RIP my friend, see you later

Tina Taylor

February 20, 2020

Allen was a character.. He always loved to aggravate me. All the hunting trips with him and Jimmy G. Schooling me on how to operate a spot light or drive the truck. Them coming in the middle of the night smelling to high heaven of skunk. Grasshopper hunting with a bow and arrow. Oh! The many adventures. He actually shot me in the ankle with a bird arrow one time. Stapled my rear end. A man so full of life. Rest in peace.

Dawn Kamper

February 20, 2020

Dawn Kamper

February 20, 2020

Bryan Sample

February 20, 2020

Me and Allen grew up together in Palmer and were great friends. Though I lost contact with him I thought of him often when I would see Rodney’s work truck around or when I drive by Jolene’s old feed store in Joshua.
Rest In Peace my friend, we had a lot of fun in our days together.

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