Lavon Allen

Lavon Allen


Lavon Allen, 69, of Sallisaw died on Friday, March 3, 2017 in Sallisaw. She was born on September 11, 1947 in Sallisaw to Henry and Ellie (Petree) Lasiter.Lavon was married to Thomas Allen for 50 years and had worked at Sequoyah Manor for 50 years.Lavon was preceded in death by 1 son-Ricky Allen, her parents and 2 brothers; Clarence Petree and James Lasiter.Lavon is survived by her husband Thomas, son-Gary Allen of Sallisaw, brother-John Lasiter of Sallisaw and 1 grandson-Thomas Allen of Weleetka, OK.Family to receive friends 6-8 p.m., Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Forever Memories Funeral ServicesFuneral services will be 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 10, 2017 in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel of Forever Memories Funeral Services with Bill Peters officiating. Burial will follow in Akins Cemetery. Casket Bearers will be; Nathan Lasiter, Casey Lasiter, Eric Lasiter, Justin Ashmore, Craig Coulter and Matthew Petree.In lieu of flowers, family wishes contributions to be made to help with expenses.


14 Responses

  1. So sorry to see her go but she’s with Clarence, James, Aunt Ellie and Uncle Henry, along with all the other’s that were waiting in Heaven for her

  2. I will miss you my dear friend….I have loved you from the moment I met you at the nursing home,you and Glenda trained me.

  3. So sorry for the loss of this beautiful lady. I bet Ricky was waiting at those pearly gates with open arms. Fly high sweet angel.

  4. , there is not enough words to say what a great person Lavon was.I worked with for 22 1years a nd enjoyed working with her.I am so glad to call her a great friend.heaven has gained a very special angel.she will be missed.

  5. There is not enough words to say what a great person Lavon was.I worked with for 22 years and it was a pleasure working with her.There was never a dull moment with her around.I am so thankful to hav had her as a great friend.Heaven has gained a very "special angel".She will be missed by a lot of people that knew her and worked with her.

  6. Dear family and friends,I am very sorry for your loss. Lavon was a wonderful lady. She was always kind and encouraging to others even when she had difficult losses of her own.My Mother (Hazel King) loved Lavon like a daughter. She was so pleased to have Lavon at the nursing home during her final days and held her in highest regard. Mother knew she could always count on Lavon.I pray God comforts you during this time of your loss.Most respectfully,Patti

  7. Lavon was an ANGEL from God to my GrandMother, Missouri May McEver during her stay at the nursing home.Most Respectfully,Doug

  8. My condolences to her family. She was such a sweet and kind person. I met Lavon the day she started working at the nursing home, I was about 11 or 12 at the time, and she was 18. I was their trying to get something from my Mom (Hester Davis), and I remember staring at Lavon and thinking, she is too young and too pretty to be working here. At that time everybody over 20 was old. I saw her periodically over the next 50 years and she always seemed the same. Still pretty, friendly and just all around a very good person to know. Rest in Peace old friend, and may god grant comfort and Peace to your loved ones.

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with her family during their time of greif. She was an amazing soul. Soar with the angels.

  10. Lavon was a very special person.I enjoyed working with her for so many years.she will be missed by.she was a great friend.she trained me in the med room a nd she taught me well.

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