Carl Lew Allen, 48, of Hot Springs National Park, passed away on Thursday, January 17, 2019. He was born on November 17, 1970 in Hot Springs, Arkansas to the late Carl Lou Allen and Patricia Lanigan-Allen.
Carl attended Hot Springs High School and was a member of the swim team. He was a carpenter by trade. Carl always enjoyed helping others and was known to give people all he had. He will be missed by all that knew him.
He is preceded in death by his parents, and his grandmother Lucille Allen.
He leaves behind his children William Garrett Gentry Allen, and Abbie Jo Polk (Davon U.); his grandchildren, Mason Scott Seelhoff, Nicolas David Allen, Ella Maritsa Lockwood, Chloe Jo Polk, Aliza Lei Polk and Cora Polk; his sister Donna L. Allen; niece and nephew Dean Allen and Jessica Allen as well as many family and friends.
Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400
Our deepest condolences to the family
We have know Carl for about 30 years and was a good guy and hard worker… Fly high Carl you will be missed by many…. David n Nancy Brock
Carl was a part of our family for many years and in many ways . My mother ( Connie Kimbrough ) loved and treated him like he was one of her own kids . I have so many memories of Carl. He had a good heart , crazy sense of humor , a deep love of helping anyone he could and the most loyal friend any person could hope to have .
Thank you Carl for all that you were . I wilk never forget you and will see you again some sweet day .
We were so saddened to hear of Lou’s passing. Our memories go back to when he was a little boy and would ride to church with us along with his sister Donna and his grandma Lucille, who loved him very much. May the Lord comfort all who were close to him.
You will be missed. Thank you for your friendship and the times when you watched over me to make sure Sir Scampi and I were safe even when I didn’t know you were around. Love ya brother!! Always and forever.
He was my grandpa i never really got to know but i hope you rest in peace, fly high grandpa