JOHNATHAN ANDREW ALLEN
Jonathan Andrew Allen was born on Sept. 23, 2000, in Waco. He passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 8, 2021, in Safety Harbor, Fla. Funeral services were held at Espiritu Santo Catholic Church in Safety Harbor on Monday, Nov. 15. Burial will follow the services at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens in Palm Harbor, Fla. A Celebration of Life was also held at Marshall Street Park in Safety Harbor, Fla.
Jonathan moved from Texas to Florida in 2010. He was a 2019 graduate of Enterprise High School, Clearwater, Fla. He was awarded Excellence in Social Studies. Jonathan was a Boy Scouts of America, 2nd Class Rank, in the position of quartermaster, played baseball, football, and performed in choir. He was an avid online gamer and enjoyed downtime with friends and family. His future goal was to pursue Underwater Welding at Pinellas Technical College. Jonathan loved Halloween, scary movies and getting dressed up. He was the utmost caring person and was able to help so many with his laughter, humor and compassion. He loved to chat and made lots of friends along his too brief of a journey.
He was preceded in death by sister, Mikayla Grace Allen and grandparents Edward Leroy Quaca Jr and Ruthie Jewell “Jo” (Sanders) Winstead.
He is survived by father and stepmother, Clayton and April (Reinbolt) Allen, Clearwater, Fla.; mother and stepfather, Teri (Sanders) and Jeremy Foreman, Crowley, La.; sister, Eleanor Allen of Clearwater, Fla.; grandparents, Phillip and Carolyn (Prouse) Allen of the Freestone Community, Kathleen (Burke) Gonya of Safety Harbor, Fla., William Reinbolt of Fremont, Ohio, Brian and Lynne Foreman of Crowley, La., Diana Quaca of Mexia; uncles, Brian and Staci (Lenior) Allen of the Freestone Community, James Gonya of Fremont, Ohio; aunts Tami Sanders of Boerne, Tonya Harris of Mexia; uncle, Jared and Eve Foreman of Stockton, Calif., and aunt Beth and Lance LeBlanc of Crowley, La.; cousins, Victoria (Allen) and Brennen Dumas of Groesbeck, Samuel Allen of Waco, Sage and Jacob Parson of Magnolia, Braxton Harris of Kosse, Baileigh Harris of Plano, and Louisa LeBlanc of Crowley, La.; and many friends left to cherish his memory.