Patricia Irene Allen

February 6, 1930 - December 27, 2013

Patricia Irene Allen, age 83 of Celina, Texas passed away on December 27, 2013 in Celina. She was born on February 6, 1930 in Celina to John Andrew and Lylan Lee (Stone) Roller, Sr. Pat was a Deputy Sheriff (Retired) of the Collin County Sheriff’s Office.

She is survived by her daughters, Laura Taylor of Celina, Texas, Bonnie Bass and husband, Doyle of Conroe, Texas, Amanda Allen of Celina, Texas; sons, Joe Hollingsworth and wife, Donna of Westminster, Texas, John Allen of Sequim, Washington; grandchildren, Roland Bell, Jason Bass, Jennifer Goble, Christina Pavlack and husband, Cary, Chris Allen, and wife Melissa, Alexandria Bolling and husband, Nate, Tansey Allen; great-grandchildren, Jack Bell, James Bell, Taylor Meneley, Skyler Meneley, Cheyanne Goble, Hunter Bass, Tyler Bass, Riley Pavlack, Parker Pavlack, Nicholas Allen, Easton Bolling; brother, John Andrew Roller, Jr., and wife, Bea and a host of friends.

A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, January 4, 2013 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Celina, Texas.

Donations in Pat’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association by visiting www.


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Tom and I have many happy memories of your mom. - Blessings and comfort to you. JUDY GOULD, January 4, 2014 Pat's Family - your Mother was one of the nicest people I had the pleasure of knowing. I always enjoyed talking to her and laughing about some of the people we dealt with while she worked in the sheriff's office. May God's Peace give your family comfort. Doris Berry, December 30, 2013 Pat was a great neighbor & friend to my mother, Clara Smith. We missed her when she moved from across the street. I'm sure my Mother was there to meet her in heaven. Donna Smith Barlow, December 30, 2013 Pat loved her trips to the Allen Natatorium for the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program held twice a week. When she first came she had a cane and had difficulty walking and just after a few weeks she improved so much she didn't use a cane for many years after that. She was loving and caring to me and others, but didn't let us get away with much. She was feisty and we loved her for that. I have thought of her often since her last visit and will always remember her smile that lit up her face. Pat will always occupy a part of my heart and memory. Greta Allen, Instructor AFAP, Allen, TX Greta Allen, December 29, 2013