Daniel Scott Allen

Daniel Scott Allen, 55, passed away Thursday, March 10, 2022 while at home in Seabrook, Tx.

Daniel was born on December 5, 1966, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Earnest R, Allen and Viola Sisk Hawkins.  Daniel graduated from Del Rio High School, in Del Rio, Texas in 1985.  He later enlisted in the Air Force and later he opened his own pest control company.

He is preceded in death by his father Earnest R. Allen, Sr. of Fort Worth, Tx; his stepfather, James Hawkins and survived by his wife, Rebecca Parish of the home, his mother Agnes Viola Hawkins of Ingram, TX, brother Earnest R. Allen, Jr. of Ingram, Tx; brother Eric L. Allen of Ingram, Tx, sister Jennifer M. Boothby and Brother in Law Timothy Boothby of Kerrville, Tx., Daughter Andrea N. Allen of Tennessee, daughter Jessica M. Featherston and Son in Law, Triston Featherston of Kerrville, Tx., granddaughter, Sherry Featherston, granddaughter Rosie Featherston and grandson, Jaxson Featherston and one grandchild on the way that he named “nugget”.

Daniel loved to be anywhere he could fish.  Fishing was his “happy place” that always brought a smile out of him.  He always spoke of his fishing trips with his brother.  The tales he had to share!  He enjoyed walking trails around Seabrook or walking along the beach.  Daniel loved to travel and find interesting places to visit.  You will not find a more loyal Cowboys fan than him.  He always watched their games and win or lose that was still his team.

He loved to make people laugh.  He always had a joke for you even his dad jokes.  He was always pulling pranks on me at home.  Daniel, loved and protected his family with all he had.  He was so happy to get to spend time with his grandchildren and youngest daughter the weekend before.  He loved hearing them call him “PawPaw”.  Daniel will be remembered most for his generous, loving spirit and bigger than life smile.

A small memorial will be held for him in Kerrville, Tx later this week for family and friends.

I’ll meet you on the beach…


  1. Those who are lucky enough to have a brother can understand the bond between them and the pain of losing them.
    Dan was a special friend and will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched.
    Kenny Rogers – Goodbye
    dedicated to my brother R.I.P.
    have them fishing poles ready when I see you again

    Eric L. Allen
  2. He is in a better place Mrs. Parish.

    Sending you hugs and prayers, thinking of you.

    Ace Alvarez
  3. Still such a shock. I didn’t get see him much, but am heartbroken. Sending much love to all my family.

    Aunt Sandy ❤️❤️❤️
  4. R.I.P Dan. Condolences to family and friends.

    Linda Baun
  5. I will miss so many things about you. You were so good to me! You made me laugh every single day. You made life fun. You were bigger than life. What I would give to have you back but I know even if you could come back you wouldn’t want to. Til I see you again I will meet you every night in my dreams on the beach as you always promised. I love you forever and always

  6. I will miss you so very much and your sense of humor, as cynical as it was sometimes. I admired you on how you pushed through the difficulties you had with a positive attitude. I appreciated that you would let me steal Rebecca for a couple of days and to go to the beach to do our girls thing. I will miss the days we double dated at Kemah Boardwalk and the Swamp Shack along with spending Thanksgiving with you. I was so happy Ya’ll were able to make it. Robert and I will miss you so very much! Rest In Peace Friend

    Susan Gorrell
  7. I miss you dad. It’s been so hard these past couple weeks without you. I keep waiting for a text, or another video sent to the grand babies. I wish we could go fishing together just one last time… I know you’re not in pain anymore. I love you.


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