Ann Rubena Allen

February 5, 1917 - October 24, 2020

Ann Rubena Allen, 103, of Sour Lake, died Friday, October 24, 2020, at Magnolia Place Healthcare, Liberty. She was born on February 5, 1917, to Annie Johnson Huddleston and John F. Huddleston, in Little Rock, Mississippi.

Survivors include her sister, Evelyn Fortier of Atlanta, Georgia and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband; eleven siblings; and niece, Virginia Louviere.

A graveside service for Mrs. Allen will be at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 28, 2020, at Landrum Cemetery, Highway 124, Fannett, under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

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  • hwy 124 fannette tx 77705
  • 10/28/2020
  • 2:00 pm

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Vicki Cloud Hartwick Allen & John (Mike) Allen

You are now after so many years reunited with your Family in Heaven. You will be missed here. I always marveled how you never looked your age at all. Good genes. RIP Ann.

Calista Moore

Aunt Ann you are such a special lady. I will miss your beautiful smile and beautiful laugh. You are now in the midst of loving Family In Heaven. You are much loved by your Family still here. I love you, Your niece, Calista

Tony B Munn

Til we meet again, Doochum....that's the only name I ever knew her by.

Jackie Griffin

I can't recall a time you didn't put a smile on my face. What a beautiful soul. Fly high sweet lady!

arleen

Aunt Ann, She lived her life as an example of her faith. She never sought the limelight. In October of 1969, she stayed several weeks with us when our mother was hospitalized. I remember learning you can wash your hair in the lake with regular dish liquid on one of our visits to hers and Uncle Jack's camp. Those times over 50 years ago are part of the memories she provided me. She shared many words of encouragement over the past 8 years. She always wanted to meet my husband and finally did in 2017. On one of our annual spring trips to Texas, she taught my son to play Spinner. When we returned to Georgia, we ordered it from the local game store at the mall. She was the most caring person I have ever known. She and her neighbors had a morning ritual where they checked in on each other. She kept active all her life and always put others first. I will miss her. The last time we spoke was in September. I will miss sitting around her kitchen table and listening to her tell us of her dad and early life. Memories are one of the greatest gifts we have..

Starla Brown

Aunt Ann was the most gracious, loving, caring, happy woman you could ever meet. Her wisdom was beyond measure and so much of that came from her beloved Poppa. When my father died she shared so many stories with me, and her impact on my life is still with me today in the many lessons she shared. She loved her nieces so very much and my thoughts and prayers are with them today. Until we meet again, thank you sweet lady for being a mentor and loving aunt to me, Jack and Jeffrey. I know you are all together in Heaven along with your parents and many sisters and brothers.

Toni Ryan

Aunt Ann's door was always open for you, if you came with problems or happiness.

Sandra Burrell

Aunt Ann was always there for us. She had such a long life.

Christopher Cash

Aunt Ann, you will be missed so much by so many people. I am so glad I got to visit you in May 2017 - I will remember that visit forever - I still remember you feeding me so many eggs that trip! I will never forget your laugh - it always brings a smile to my face anytime I think of you. Thank you for all of the love and care you have given your many family members over the years, especially our family. We cherish our memories of you and wish you peace.

Sarah Guidry

I grew up with this dear lady as my neighbor. Her goodness will never be forgotten.

Bonnie Huddleston Ivey-Nobles

I just found out about Aunt Ann. My dad's half sister that we all loved. Distance kept our visits seldom, but our family felt close however far apart physically. Thank you, Starla, for letting us know. All our love to all our family and friends........,

Bonnie Huddleston Ivey-Nobles

Steve, text me..601-520-2264.....Remember me when with me at French Camp Academy? Would love contact...love you