Mrs. Ethel D. Allen

August 28, 1933February 19, 2011

Ethel Dickerson Allen

Ethel Dickerson Allen, 77, passed away February 19, 2011. She was a native Atlantan and a resident of Lake Burton. She was predeceased by her loving husband, Pat, of 53 years. Lake Burton became their passion and Ethel was known for creating love, laughter, and fun for countless gatherings of family and friends. For more than 40 years, Ethel was reknowned as a pioneer in real estate on the lake gathering clients in her Blue Chris Craft and sharing her enthusiasm for the beauty and lifestyle there. Ethel is survived by her children, Kathy Smith, Connie West, and Clay Allen, 8 Grandchildren, 4 Great Grandchildren, her sister Maude Barnett, and many nieces, nephews, sons and daughters in laws. Funeral services will be at 2 pm, February 22 at Roswell United Methodist Church with visitation prior to the service in the chapel parlor beginning at 1 pm. Interment will follow at Arlington Memorial Park. Memorial donations can be made to Hospice Atlanta.Arrangements are under the direction of Roswell Funeral Home, Roswell, GA.


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 22, 2011
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Mrs. Ethel D. Allen

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James Funk

February 22, 2011

My condolences to Dr. Allen and his entire family. May the G_d of Abramham be with you at this time and the weeks to come.

Hashem Yihye Be'ezrecha,
Translation: May G_d be with you always. ?' ???? ?????


February 21, 2011

My condolences to the Allen family. I have many fond memories of Ethel growing up across the street from the Allen family. I remember Ethel smiling and laughing. She was such a giving person. The family, as well as Ethel are in my thoughts up here in Virginia. Peace.

Karen Starke


February 20, 2011

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


February 20, 2011

My condolences to all in the Allen family. May the God of all Comfort be with you all in your time of grief (2 Cor.1:3-7).