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October 26, 2005
 
Megan Lynn Allen
Born in Monroe, Louisiana on Mar. 1, 1985
Departed on Oct. 26, 2005 and resided in Oak Grove, LA.

Visitation: Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005

Service: Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005

Cemetery: Oak Grove Cemetery 


Funeral services for Megan Lynn Allen, age 20, will be 3:00PM, Sunday, October 30, 2005 at Cox Funeral Home, Oak Grove, Louisiana with Rev. Jimbo Herring officiating. Interment will be in the Oak Grove City Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 5:00PM - 9:00PM Saturday & until service time Sunday.

She is preceded in death by her grandfather, Ray Herrington.

Megan is survived by her mother: Karen Lynn Allen of Oak Grove, Louisiana; father: Danny Calvin Allen of Bastrop, Louisiana; grandmother: Bobbie Herrington of Oak Grove, Louisiana; grandparents: Calvin & Marilyn Allen of Oak Grove, Louisiana; three aunt & uncles: Peggy & John Stringer of Bastrop, Louisiana, Carolyn & Dick Adcock of Cabot, Arkansas, & Cindy & Roland Crymes of Oak Grove, Louisiana; half brothers & half sister: Daniel Brett Allen, Jonathon Mickeal Allen & Lindsey Shayne Allen; special friend: Erik Rosati of Chateauguay Quebec, Canada.

Pallbearers will be: Phillip Stringer, Capt Nick Adcock, Dustin Matthews, Steve Dooley, George Warren, Reese Taylor.

Honorary pallbearers will be: Capt Eric Adcock, George Smith, Cecil Boyte, Charles Hayman, John Stringer, Dick Adcock, Jeff Coplin.


October 26, 2005
 

You will never know just how much you meant to me. God knew exactly what he was doing when he gave me you.  He knew that I would need a daughter and a best friend to help me through my divorce when your Dad left us. I couldn't have done it without you.

We've laughed and cried, had good times and bad together. Sometimes it wasn't easy. But we made it.

And when I didn't want to take a chance or step out on faith you would always say,. "Oh Mom, don't be like a cracked egg on the sidwalk!"

But I guess the memory that really sticks out in my mind is that hot summer day when you were about 6 years old and we were walking through the cemetery.  We came upon a shade tree and you said, "I'm so hot, let's stop under this shade tree and cool off."  Then you said, "Mom, when I die would you bury me under a shade tree so I won't get hot?"  Well my dear,  being an only child you always did get what you wanted most of the time, so I fulfilled your wish.  But you aren't under just any old shade tree, you are under that very same one we stopped at on that hot summer day.

I'm going to miss you. You had finally found happiness. You had some pretty dark teen years, but we pulled out of those and you were happier than I had seen you in years. I'm glad you found that inner peace that you felt that early morning of October 26th, 2005.

I only wish I could have been with you. I know that I will be someday.  But someday is too far away.   I love you.