Roy Allen
March 15, 1929-February 21, 2012

In Memory of Roy Allen

On Tuesday, February 21st my father-in-law, Roy Allen lost his battle with Cancer. Roy was a Master Carpenter who loved to share his talents to help others. In 1991, I asked him if there was a way to convert the old red barn at Rocky Fork Lake into a facility with bathrooms, showers and kitchenette for KAMP. He took one look and said “anything is possible” and he made my wish come true. A few years later, he was the contractor who poured the foundation for the Dovetail Pavilion. Roy loved to help out with KAMP Dovetail in any way he could. He would never take any pay for the supplies or his labor. He always told me it was a labor of love.

Memorial contributions can be made to S.A.T.H. You may make a memorial contribution online using the form below.

Thank you for the love and support you have given my family and me during this difficult time.

I love you all, Linda

Memorial Contribution:
Roy M. Allen, 82 years of Hillsboro, died Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at the Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati.

He was born in Highland County on March 15, 1929 the son of the late Martin and Eva (Wisbey) Allen.
Beside his parents he was preceded in death by one great grandchild Makenna Roush, one sister Ruby Waits, one brother Laverne Allen.

He attended the Hillsboro Church of Christ, was an Air Force Veteran of the Korean Conflict, was a graduate of Lynchburg High School and attended Dayton College. Roy was a Master Carpenter by Profession having built custom homes all over Southern Ohio.

He is survived by his wife Hazel (Powell) Allen whom he married on January 23, 1954; one son and daughter in law Steve & Linda Allen of Lynchburg; two daughters and sons-in-law, Susie & Larry Burns of Hillsboro, Sandy & Joe Arrasmith of Wilmington; one brother Raymond Allen of Leesburg; one sister Mildred High of Blanchester; one sister-in-law Marilyn Allen of Leesburg, seven grandchildren, Stephanie (Eric) Roush, Tiffany (Joe) Gobin, Brittany (Dan) Wierwille, Tyler Burns, Cody (Saundra) Burns, Hannah Arrasmith, Denim Arrasmith; five great grandchildren, Wesley & Isaac Roush, Karlee & Kennedy Burns, Peyton Gobin.

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