Jay Edward Allen
May 15, 1975 - July 29, 2019
2559 Shaffer Road ~ Turner, Michigan
A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 2 PM at 2559 Shaffer Road in Turner, MI.
Jay Edward Allen, age 44, of Turner, MI passed away on Monday, July 29, 2019 at Standish Community Hospital in Standish, MI. Jay was born on May 15, 1975 in Waterford, MI to Carl Frank and Nora Lee (Powell) Allen, Sr. He worked for AuGres Floor Covering as a floor covering installer for many years. Jay was an outdoorsman and thoroughly enjoyed hunting and fishing, but most importantly, he loved spending time with his family. Jay is survived by his loving wife, Michelle Parker; children, Jay Edward (Emilee) Allen, Jr., Erin Nicole (Scott Arquette) Parker, Jesse Wayde Allen and Rylan James Allen; parents, Carl Frank and Nora Lee Allen, Sr.; brothers, Carl Frank (Annmarie) Allen, Jr.; sister, Kelly Lee Allen; brother-in-law, Kevin Wojahn; grandchildren, Emiliah Jae Allen and a grand-baby on the way. A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 2 PM at 2559 Shaffer Road in Turner, MI. You may offer your condolences online at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
I got to know Jay when he installed flooring for the Whittemore Chamber of Commerce. What a nice young man. Jay this is too soon. Rest in peace .
— Dorothy Lehman
Keith & I are so sorry for your loss. May God give you the strength to carry you through this sad time.
Gid bless you & the family.
— Lou Ann
Many prayers and love for the family.
— Amie chmura
I am so sorry for your loss, Jay was a great guy, who I have known for over 20 years! May he rest in heaven and love and prayers to his family
— Angie wilson
I am @ a loss for words, you are the best friend anyone could ever have, I’m really going to miss our time we had, our time together has been Priceless & would not trade it for anything.
Going to the after school activities will never be the same again, I’m going to miss catching up, looking back, ,laughing at the current,
I will miss your unique sense of humor, their isn’t a moment I can remember that we were not having fun, joking, laughing until our faces were blue.
You will be missed by many, loved by all.
Our friendship was 1 of a kind, nobody can replace the Friend, Brother, Dad that you were for Us & Dakota.
Thank you for being their for Me, my family & most of all a 2 Dad for Dakota.
Looking back at all the times Dakota come over to your house, his first question when he walked through your door, “ your refrigerator stocked ?” Going to miss texting or calling you to say, hey jay guess what happened today, or dude check this out !!
My regrets, are not making it to all the invites we couldn’t make, not being able to do more when we could could have, & most of all, not making it over Saturday !! Their will always be that I wished I could have made it over Saturday.... or any day for that matter,,,
When I do see you again, we will catch up & look back, & joke until we’re blue in the face, &
We will have a few drinks together.
maybe we will do some fishing finally.....
Jay, I am not going to say “ till we meet again” but a Goodbye for now, I will miss you Bro.
— Brian Gagnon