Lee Randolph Allen, age 51, passed away May 10, 2013. He was born in Thomaston, GA on September 26, 1961. Lee is preceded in death by his mom and dad; Joann Bush Allen and Edward Randolph Allen. Lee leaves his loving wife Carita "Rita" Tench Allen of fifteen years. A woman who loved him from the start. She had four children who he immediately claimed as his own. They were married 15 years this past November. He leaves one sister Lisa Roger Allen of Maryland, one special aunt Maudell Stephenson of Thomaston, GA, four children; Dwayne Sewell of Snellville, GA, Angela Reed of Dunwoody, GA, Jessica Stephen Robinson of Lawrenceville, GA, Nick Leah Beverly of Bethlehem, GA, and ten beautiful grandchildren. Lee was an IT with Techforce of Duluth, GA. He loved his job and he loved to talk. He had an air about him that there were no strangers just immediate friends. There are two special stories he loved to tell. His sister Lisa a GA Tech Graduate and his grandmama were sitting on the porch and Lee was riding round and round the house, Lisa wanted him to stop but of course he didn't so she threw a glass of cold water on him. He started to chase her all the while grandmama was saying " she didn't do that. Lee liked hunting but loved fishing. He loved to tell about the many times his granddad would take him fishing. But then if you knew Lee you knew he just loved to talk. He will be sorely missed by many.

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  1. Rita and Family, I am so sorry for your loss, Lee was one of my favorite friends, we met in 1996 at work and I will always have fond memories of him. I hope you can take some comfort knowing he is in a better place.

    Griff

  2. My prayers go out to the family. He always had a way of making people laugh. But I believe when the wind blows his laughter will roll across the sky. He made you smile even when you didn’t want too. He was a good man and will be sadly missed. Spread your wings and fly. Soar high above the clouds and shine your light down on us all

  3. My prayers go out to the family. He always had a way of making people laugh. But I believe when the wind blows his laughter will roll across the sky. He made you smile even when you didn’t want too. He was a good man and will be sadly missed. Spread your wings and fly. Soar high above the clouds and shine your light down on us all

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good man and always kept people laughing! I will never forget the night we all stayed us listening to him try to make words starting with spam. I don’t think I ever laughed so hard in all my life. R. I. P you will be missed. Praying for you carita

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Allen family.

    Chief Dan Greathouse and Staff of the Thomaston Police Department

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