Allen H. Brown

February 4, 1937 - March 14, 2021
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Allen H. Brown, 84, of Dover, passed away peacefully on March 14, 2021 in The Inn at Northwood Village at Dover.

Born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, he was the son of the late Orville R. and Fannie Belle (Weaver) Brown. Allen attended Ohio University at Athens and received his bachelor’s degree in education. After…

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Allen H. Brown, 84, of Dover, passed away peacefully on March 14, 2021 in The Inn at Northwood Village at Dover.

Born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, he was the son of the late Orville R. and Fannie Belle (Weaver) Brown. Allen attended Ohio University at Athens and received his bachelor’s degree in education. After a long career teaching, he retired from Buckeye Career Center at New Philadelphia.

Allen is survived by his wife, Regina F. (Boyle) Brown of Dover; a sister, Madilyn Emerson and a brother, Robert Brown.

In keeping with his wishes, Allen is to be cremated through that care of the Geib Funeral Center at Dover.

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Born: February 4, 1937
Died: March 14, 2021

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Keith Stout posted on 4/6/21

Regina, Sorry for your loss.Prayers for you and your family. Bob, just told me and I was shocked. Please considered our deepest condolences for your loss. Love Keith and Missy Stout

 

Jim Bonner posted on 4/1/21

Regina So sorry to hear of Allen's passing. Really enjoy speeding time with him at the company functions Good Man

 

Harry & Dee Horstman posted on 3/17/21

Sending our Sincere Sympathy!?

 

Dennis Fazenbaker posted on 3/17/21

Mr Brown was a wonderful man.He was my DCT teacher in High School.He always had time for everyone.I can say that he encouraged me in the the work force,that I retired in.He was a great role model. My sympathies. Dennis Fazenbaker

 

Shawn Minard posted on 3/16/21

Regina, our hearts break for you. Living across the street, Allen was always a kind word or wave away. He was always working hard in your yard, with you nearby. The love you two had for each other was so apparent and we were grateful to know him. You are in our thoughts and hearts. Love, The Minards

 

Chuck and Rachel Herron and kids,Anthony and Maci posted on 3/16/21

So sorry to hear this! Such a wonderful man/neighbor.. My son enjoyed going over last summer and helping him with yard work together. He and his wife are such nice wonderful people. He enjoyed mowing his lawn and sitting outside with his wife. My daughter loved always running over to their home first thing each year for trick or treat. Will be greatly missed! Prayers to the family and his wife!! Our deepest condolences!! ????

 

Joe and Kathy Clantz posted on 3/16/21

So sorry to hear of Allen's passing! Didn't see him often in these past years, but always counted him a friend! Our prayers are with you Regina!

 

Rebekah Carlisle posted on 3/16/21

Joe Carlisle Sr expresses his sincerest condolences to Allen's family.

 

John and Diane Cartell posted on 3/16/21

Our neighborhood will never be the same without Mr Brown. Such a great neighbor. Condolences to Mrs. Brown and his family.

 

Angie Zifer posted on 3/15/21

Best teacher and friend! RIP Allen

 

Angie Zifer posted on 3/15/21

The best teacher and friend. RIP Allen

 

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