Clydene Allen

Allen, Clydene

Dear Cros, Jim, Sal, and Phil,

I was so saddened to learn of Clydene's passing, and our thoughts are with you guys.

Clydene was, for me, like having a 'second mother.' I will remember her as someone who was always there, from elementary school onwards. I laugh about how patient she was with what must've been the cruel noise of our small rock band, blasting away in the 'music room.' Or her joyful ignoring of our thieving of those world-famous ginger cookies from the glass jar in your kitchen. And I recall fondly her's and TC's stay with us in Brooklyn, and the "trouble" your dad got into with some connected guys in the coffin factory next door. Her response? "Oh oh...wonder what he's done now?!"

Clydene was, simply, a remarkable woman. I'm very fortunate she was a part of my life.

Best to you all,

Bruce
I was so sorry to read of Clydene's death. I was fortunate to get reacquainted with her after she moved to Homestead and attended the Methodist Church here. We had several nice visits, and I reminded her that I taught Clarlene in 2nd grade in Lander, many years ago.
To the Clydene Allen family
I have had a long time in years connection with the Reed Allen family because of marriage to a 1st cousin of T C Allen. My mother in-law was a sister of Reed Allen.

My most sincere condolence's to the extended family. Clydene and I had something in common, we both graduated from Missouri High Schools.

Amos Vredenburg
We are sorry to hear about Clydene's passing. I was a sub in the Lander school system and she was always so welcoming. Later as a teacher I had the honor of knowing her daughter and grandchildren. She was so influential in all our lives. We are sad at her passing, but send our thoughts and prayers to all her family. God bless you all. Ron and Patti Kopriva
We are sorry to hear about Clydene's passing. I was a sub in the Lander school system and she was always so welcoming. Later as a teacher I had the honor of knowing her daughter and grandchildren. She was so influential in all our lives. We are sad at her passing, but send our thoughts and prayers to all her family. God bless you all. Ron and Patti Kopriva
We are sorry to hear about Clydene's passing. I was a sub in the Lander school system and she was always so welcoming. Later as a teacher I had the honor of knowing her daughter and grandchildren. She was so influential in all our lives. We are sad at her passing, but send our thoughts and prayers to all her family. God bless you all. Ron and Patti Kopriva
We are sorry to hear about Clydene's passing. I was a sub in the Lander school system and she was always so welcoming. Later as a teacher I had the honor of knowing her daughter and grandchildren. She was so influential in all our lives. We are sad at her passing, but send our thoughts and prayers to all her family. God bless you all. Ron and Patti Kopriva
Dear Allen family,

I just wanted to extend my deepest condolences on the passing of Clydene. Your mom and dad have very special places in my heart. I have a lot of memories of spending time with them and the family growing up whenever we visited Lander with my folks, Don & Lu Thompson.I last saw Clydene just a couple of years ago when we had a family reunion at Paul & Donna's and we had gone up to South Pass. Surprise, surprise, we ran into Clydene up there! Up until just a couple of years ago, we were still exchanging Christmas cards with her and it was great catching up. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you during this time of grief.
Dear Allen Family,

We, too, echo the the Zuspan's comments. Your Mom was a special woman and family friend. We will all miss her!

Our condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Love,
The Allen Family,
We would like to express how sorry we are at the loss of your mom and our friend.
She will certainly be missed by all who knew her.

Your Friends,
Martin (marmer), Dorinda, Jake and Jedd Christian families
Our family remembers your mom as a real trooper, especially as she supported TC's antics. She was always a happy lady, even as she sat at the table waiting for lunch at Homestead Assisted Living. She always appeared to be satisfied with life, never bitter or regretful.
Our sincere condolences to you, Linda Radman and family