Michelle Marie Allen
October 3, 1961 - April 28, 2019
ObituaryMichelle Marie Allen, 57, of Irving, Texas passed away on April 28, 2019. Born and raised in New Orleans, LA, a retired Food Services Manager, she moved to Irving, TX to be with son Kevin. Michelle was a loving and dedicated mother; her son Kevin was her world. She traveled across 50 states in Kevin's 18-wheeler truck with beloved dog Cash. They called themselves the "Three Amigos" Michelle, Kevin, and Cash. Michelle was very outspoken and protective of her family. She enjoyed watching horror movies, crime shows, and soap operas. She enjoyed to listen to old music, doing crossword puzzles, and was an avid scratch off ticket player, who typically won hundreds of dollars. Michelle always had a sweet tooth for chocolate, pies, popsicles, etc. She was a "Who Dat Nation" Saints Fan. Who on Sunday’s would call her son, Kevin and brother, Louis to Chant or Rant about the game. During Saints touchdowns she would make her dog Cash do a special bark and howl to celebrate. Michelle was the "Rock" of the family. Words cannot express how much Michelle will be missed by her family and friends, especially her by her son, Kevin. We will love you always and forever until we meet again. Michelle is preceded in death by mother, Delores A Brown; and father ,Teddy Brown Jr. She is survived by her one and only beloved son, Kevin Brown; dog, Cash; sister, Lynette Brown; brother, Louis Brown; nieces, Ariel, Jamyri, Mariah, Jordynn; and nephew Darrell Brown; among numerous other family and friends.
New Orleans, LA
Sending Love & Prayers From Your Other Family. Kevin We Love You Dearly & Will Keep You In Our Prayers. Remember Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Can’t Heal Weeping May Endure For A Night But Joy Comes In The Morning. Love Kenneth, Sheila, Tara & Your God Daughters
My Heart goes out to Kevin and family....
Lynette Brown Sister
New Orleans, LA
I miss you so much I don’t know what to do with myself. I keep breaking down, because my life won’t be the same without you in it no more daily phone calls of us calling and checking on each other all day. I hate to go back to work because we not going to have our morning calls. I promise Kevin going to take your place know , because I’m going to blow his phone up checking on him lol. I love and will see you on the other your baby sister Lynette
My auntee you left me shook with this one you helped me become the man i am today & helped co parent my whole life you spoiled me. I appreciate you for being the strong woman you always were it's impossible to not reminisce & think about you everyday when you've been so much of a big role in my life. You taught me how to be firm & strong with my decisions in life & man up when its time to. This still seems unreal i wish i could've told you i love you & give you a hug one more time, you helped us all get to where we are in life i miss you... I'll try my best to be strong like you would expect me to be ????
New Orleans, LA
Antee this feels so surreal that you are not here with us anymore. This hurts so bad today makes two weeks already. You shocked the family. I am wishing I can hear your voice one more time saying “helloooooo.” I love you so much! The memories I have of you are countless. I find myself laughing so many times at things you have said and done.