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Allen J. Roberts
July 16, 1955 ~ April 9, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Peacefully passed at his home in Lowell, Indiana surrounded by his family on April 9, 2023. He was 67 years of age.
Allen was born July 16, 1955 to Charles and Cynthia “Polly” Roberts in Parsons, West Virginia. Allen graduated from Lowell High School in 1973, he went on to become a journeyman carpenter. After practicing carpentry for many years he started a general contracting business, Born to Build, Inc.
In 1975 Allen married his high school sweetheart and life love, Wendy L. Potter at the United Methodist Church in Lowell. Allen and Wendy went on to have two children, Scott Allen and Amber Leigh. In 2021 Allen retired from C&S Concrete. He enjoyed spending time with his six grandchildren, nature, gardening, woodworking, camping, and his home “the Sugar Shack” on the Black Fork River in Tucker County, West Virginia.
Allen was proceeded in death by his parents Charles and Polly Roberts and faithful K9 companion, Tucker. Allen is survived by his wife Wendy of 48 years, His son Scott and wife Emily Roberts and their children Benjamin, Samuel, and Gabriel. His daughter Amber and husband Nicholas Millett and their children Baylee, Miles, and Etta, and his Brother Ashton and wife Judy Roberts.
Visitation will be held Friday, April 14 from 2-6, Concluding with Funeral Services at 6 PM, all at Sheets Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Lowell. Cremation will follow services.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to memorialtree.com, or through the funeral home website, a cause Allen felt strongly about.