Allen, Wayne H., age 70, of Seffner, passed away on September 17, 2018. Born in Tampa, on July 28, 1948, he graduated from Hillsborough High School in 1966. He served in the US Army from 1968 to 1970. For over 30 years he worked at Sierra Construction, developing their handicap accessibility division, and retiring as vice-president. He was an active member of the First UMC of Seffner for over 40 years, serving in many leadership roles. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Murriel Allen. He is survived by his beloved wife of 46 years, Joyce; two sons, Daryl (Debbie) and Daniel (Dawn); two brothers, David (Barbara) and Kelly (Nam); and six grandchildren: Micah, Kayla, Bethany, Parker, Wesley, and Davis; as well as other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held at the First UMC of Seffner (1310 S. Kingsway Road) on Saturday September 22nd at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Wayne Allen Memorial Fund at the First UMC of Seffner or Sun City Center Hospice, 3723 Upper Creek Dr., Ruskin, FL 33573.
Celebration of Life Service
Saturday September 22nd
First UMC of Seffner
1310 S. Kingsway Road
Seffner, FL 33584Get Directions
To Joyce and family………….knowing Wayne enriched our lives in many ways and we will always treasure the memories of long association at First Methodist Church of Seffner. We send our love to all of you, from Jean and Tony Ippolito
I was fortunate to live across the street from the Allen Family. Wayne loved to go out on weekends in his Chevy Corvair. We made a large banner to welcome him home from Vietnam War. Wayne was always around when needed. He was ambitious, hard working, devoted to his family, filled with humor, faithful to his Savior . Cherish the memories. Wayne’s in Gods hands rejoicing for all eternity. My thoughts prayers and love go out to all his family, Kendra
So saddened to hear about Mr. Wayne. He and Joyce were a big part of my childhood and great friends of my parents. I was so conforted by their love the days and years following my father’s passing. I will always remember Wayne’s BIG personality, cutting sense of humor, and best hugs ever. While we’d lost touch over recent years he was very loved by my family and will be forever missed.
Wayne has been active role model in our at Seffner taught Sunday school to my children
He was a blessing to all who met him. God bless and prayers to the family at this time of loss.
We will always treasure the memories of the trip we took together to Hawaii last February. Wayne always was a tease and there was laughter wherever he went. Or deepest sympathy to his wonderful wife and family. His legacy of love will live on in them. May they take comfort in knowing that he is resting now and safe in God’s arms.