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Alma Lynn Allen

Obituary for Alma Lynn Allen

September 6, 2021
Warminster, Pennsylvania


Alma Lynn Allen, 69, passed into eternity on September 6, 2021.
She is survived by her husband, Harvey,
4 treasured children, and 8 cherished grandkids :
Daughter Amy, son Craig and his wife Aileen, and their dearly loved children, Lydia, Evelyn, Norah and Hazel. Daughter Joanna and her husband Bobby, and their dearly loved children, Emma and
Olivia. Daughter Julie and her husband Chris, and
their dearly loved children, EJ and Tommy.

Born March 6, 1952, she was the second child of the
late William and Margareta (Long) Gregg.
Originally from Fort Washington, she also resided in Huntingdon Valley, Roslyn, Montgomeryville and Warminster.
For 65 years she attended Chelten Baptist Church, and was actively involved in various ministries, including as bookkeeper for the day care center there.
Among her passions and hobbies were sewing, cross-stitch and crewel work, baking, and hosting the annual Christmas Eve Gregg family dinner / party.

Family was paramount to Alma. She attended, encouraged and thoroughly enjoyed years all of her children's many sports and musical involvements; including practices, games, rehearsals, and concerts.
She lived for making clothes, not only for herself, and
our children, but for many other families with young children as well.
Though beset with various illnesses for the past 25 plus years, she was always praising God; for His goodness
to her, His Salvation of her, and His daily presence
which upheld her.
Her life was characterized by grace, by her love of
Jesus, and by her service to everyone.

Relatives and friends are invited to praise and rejoice
with Alma, in the drying of her tears, and her first
glimpse of heaven, at Alma's Celebration of Eternal
Life Service, on Friday, October 1st , at 7:00 PM.
Prelude begins at 6:30 PM.
Following the service all are invited to enjoy a time of refreshments and fellowship. Service will be held
at Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church,
151 W County Line Rd, Hatboro, PA.

Memorial gifts in Alma's honor may be made to:
Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church; with the direct intent of benefiting the Christian Education Scholarship Fund. Or, to any Leukemia, bone marrow, or
Alzheimer's charity of your choice.

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Arrangements By

Decker Givnish Funeral Home

216 York Rd
Warminster, PA 18974
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