Fred W. Allen

Fred W. (Bill) Allen was born New Year's Eve, 1930. He lived and worked in San Antonio where he was an integral part of the San Antonio electrical industry. Bill and I were married for over 53 years. We had two wonderful sons and nine beautiful grandchildren. His passion was his faith, his family and his friends; his interests included square and round dancing, woodworking, and traveling. He was courageous and his life was one of sheer determination. Bill actively lived with COPD, survived diabetes, prostate cancer, bladder cancer and was fighting pancreatic cancer at the time of this passing. In short, my husband was a real trooper and a fine Texas gentleman!

- Jane Allen

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