Nathaniel J Allen

Nathaniel “Nate” Allen, 45, went to be with his Savior on January 1, 2021. He was born on February 23, 1975 to Donald and Deborah Allen.

Nate met a shy, quiet woman and decided that her life should be filled with laughter, garage sales, spaghetti dinners and amazing in-laws, so he married her. He was united in marriage to Christy Owens on September 4, 1999.

Nate enjoyed watching KU games, spending time with nieces and nephews, and talking to anyone. He loved meeting new people and didn’t know a stranger. He delighted in making others laugh and would give the shirt off his back if someone was in need. He loved making cookies for delivery people, friends, neighbors, family and whoever was not on a diet. His philosophy was to always make someone smile.

He is missed, remembered and survived by his father, Donald Sr, his wife Christy and his siblings Donald Allen Jr., Rebecca Coons, Thomas Allen, Thaddaeus Allen, Rachael Weber, Abby Lord, Jeremiah Allen and Jonathan Allen. He is now reunited with and was proceeded in death by his mother, Deborah Allen.

Due to Covid restrictions, there will be a private family Celebration of Life at Bethel Baptist Church on Saturday, January 16th at 10am. This service will also be live streamed on Facebook and YouTube. Memorial contributions can be made to the Bethel Baptist Church Chair Fund.

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  1. We are so sorry for the loss of your dear Nate. He was everyone’s friend and we were blessed to know him. We pray for God‘s peace and comfort for you and that he will continually bless you with fond memories of the many good times that you were blessed to share. He will be missed by so many who loved him.

  2. What short time I knew Nate from work, he had a positive impact on everybody he met, and he greeted everybody with a smile and a good morning. He is greatly missed but we know heaven is blessed with his smile.

  3. Allen Family:
    We were so sad to hear of Nate’s passing. So many wonderful memories flooded our mind. He is now safe in Jesus’ arms, but we know y’all are grieving. We are grieving with you. Take it one day at a time.
    Keep your eyes on Jesus. And, remember the fun times we enjoyed with Nate. He would want us to keep on living for God and others.
    Love in Jesus,
    Paul & Pam Pettit
    Dallas, Texas

  4. Thad, we were so sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. We’re praying for you and your family for peace and comfort. God be with you all.
    Tim and Jeri Eckhardt

  5. I can say that I truly loved Nate like a brother. He was one of the most genuine man I had ever met. My heart breaks for his loving family and beautiful wife. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and if you need anything even just to talk my door is always open. Bless you all!

  6. Jon, Laura and your whole family,,
    We are so sorry and saddened for your loss. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Tom and Marsha

  7. Nate was a good friend, and we enjoyed going to the Royals-Angels game together. We worked together at Schendel and tried to sit together at the monthly meetings so we could goof off a little. Miss you, Nate.

  8. To the Allen family, my heart is breaking for you. I have MANY fond memories of Nate. He had Jon and Jeremiah took care of my yard work for a couple of years. We had so much fun talking and eating some pretty amazing food! Nate and I had a mutual love for Christian music and often loaned CD’s back and forth. Christy, when he met you I was so excited for him! In you he had found his soul mate. May God comfort you during this time!

  9. Nate was such a joy and our girls always loved to see him. He always had a smile on his face and was able to put anyone in a good mood. He will be greatly missed.

  10. When we moved to our current residence, Nate was the first person to introduce himself. I cannot emphasize more what a friendly person was.

    Sincere condolences to his wife, siblings, nieces and nephews and all his friends.

  11. So saddened to hear about Nate’s passing. Cherish all those wonderful memories as they will through the difficult days. Sending prayers and deepest condolences!

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