Mona P Pardee Allen

May 28, 1922December 28, 2012

ALLEN, Mona P.

90, of Seminole, Florida, passed away Dec. 28, 2012. She was born May 28, 1922 in Meriden, Connecticut, the daughter of Lester and Nellie (Wood) Pardee.

Mona moved to Florida in 1989 from North Kingstown, Rhode Island, where she retired as administrative assistant for the North Kingstown High School. Mona was also a registered nurse, a member of Oakhurst United Methodist Church in Seminole, FL, a member of the Red Hat Society, and a volunteer at Indian Rocks Library, Indian Rocks, FL and Suncoast Hospital in Largo, FL. Mona’s proudest accomplishment was reaching the level of Silver Life Master in Duplicate Bridge.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William D. Allen, a son, Peter Allen, daughters, Patricia Dundin and Pamela Morrison. Survivors include a daughter, Martha Hitchcock; eight grandchildren and one great grandson.

A memorial service will be held 11am Saturday, Jan.12th with a reception to follow at Oakhurst United Methodist Church in Seminole, Florida.

Funeral arrangements were made under the direction of Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home, 7950 131st St. Seminole, FL 33776 727-391-0121


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 12, 2013

Mona P Pardee Allen

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January 22, 2013

I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Allen's passing, as she was one of the librarians I worked under as a library aide at North Kingstown High School. She was always so kind, benign and pleasant to everyone. Also, my last name was Adams so I was in Peter's homeroom from 8th grade until I became a library aide. In 8th grade, they use to play a record of the "Star-Spangled Banner" before we said the Pledge of Allegiance. And, I think it was Peter that went in and ask the principal if Jimmy Hendrix's version could be played instead and the principal said yes. It was an ineffable moment, as when I first heard Hendrix playing the same song we heard daily but in such a veritable way one thought came to mind. Namely, what a great idea to do this and had to look at Peter with admiration for coming up with the suggestion. I was awkwardly shy and quiet but Peter was so funny and could always make me laugh. High School can sometimes be hard, easy to get your feelings hurt. But both, Mrs. Allen and Peter were catalysts for a different frame of mind making you feel accepted when others don't. They were like oasised that you pass by daily for sundry years always offering a drink...

January 6, 2013


You will be sorely missed by the volunteers of the Indian Rocks Beach Library. We all
enjoyed working with you and seeing your
nice smile

Marti your daughter

January 6, 2013

You said the last words you wanted me to hear was that you loved me with all your heart. I heard it and I know

January 4, 2013


January 4, 2013

Grandma, I will always remember our wonderful heartfelt conversations, our laughter, our little adventures, watching the sunsets & yachts go by, and countless card games. You have been loved dearly by us all and will be forever missed.

Andrew Dundin

January 4, 2013

Grandma- You were an example of the strength a matriarch brings to her family. You faced so many challenges and persevered. Your caring soul surrounded your whole life. We often spoke of our experiences as nurses- our bond. I pray that I live my life with such dignity and strength. You will be missed so much. I know you are with mom. That brings me peace.

January 3, 2013

Mom- you will be greatly missed but as we said to one another, it was "a good run" and you wanted to to be reunited with my brother and sisters. I love you, Marti