William Rodger Allen

Allen photo for tableWilliam Rodger Allen, of Texas City, Texas passed away Wednesday, May 20, 2015 in League City at the age of 65. He was born May 9, 1950 in Texas City, Texas to Oscar W. and Flora Allen. Rodger retired from BP Chocolate Bayou after 34 years and enjoyed spending time with and supporting the American Legion in Texas City. He is survived by his daughter Lisa Miller, son Ryan Allen and wife Staci, sisters Karen Schultz and husband Terri and Renee O’Callighan and husband Sam, brother Mike Phelps, extended family Brandi Terry and husband Travis and their son Wyatt, grandchildren Luke, Brady and Ella. Family will receive friends on Monday, May 25, 2015 from 4-6pm with a Celebration of Life at 6pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent to the American Legion, 3028 29th St N, Texas City, Texas 77590 or Hospice Care Team, 1708 North Amburn Road, Suite C, Texas City, Texas 77591.


  1. Prays to Rodger’s family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was a kind and giving person, alway giving and helping his friends and family. My God be with all of us during this time.

    Norma Bonneau
  2. RIP Roger…You will be missed by many.
    It was fun and a pleasure working with Rodger.
    My condolences to all his family.

    Gary Bunch
  3. Family and friends,
    We’ve been so sorry to hear about the progression of Rodger’s illness and of his passing. Randy remembers how the two of them became fast friends once they realized how much they both enjoyed baseball and fishing. I’ll always remember his jovial spirit and warm welcome when I’d come down to visit and spend a few days with Ryan, Staci & the boys.
    Brady, Luke & Ella, your grandpa loves you very much and will continue to watch over you from heaven very proudly, as he’ll see all you accomplish as you grow up.
    Do know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers and may God give you strength and peace as you move through this difficult time.

    Randy & Sandi
  4. Rodger,

    You were more than just a neighbor. You were a friend. You would give the shirt off your back to anyone, that’s just the kind of man you were. Your spirit was kind and caring. I remember when I just moved in across the street from you you were so welcoming to me and my family. During the remodeling of my home you let us use your shower and let us wash our dishes at your house for months. đŸ™‚ Your home was always open to us and I just want to say “thank you.” You will be missed and it’s so very hard to know that I won’t see your smiling face crossing the street or waving to us from your truck. You will always be remembered with great love and admiration. Rest in peace my neighbor and friend.

    Monica and Family

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