Deacon Allen Rollins, Jr.

12/20/1941 - 11/13/2018

Obituary for Deacon Allen Rollins, Jr.

Allen Rollins Jr. died peacefully in his sleep on November 13, 2018, Tuesday morning at 1:40 am at Bon Secure Regional Memorial Hospital Mechanicsville, VA. Allen was born December 20, 1941 in Caroline County VA. to the late Mary Ann and Allen Rollins Sr. He was the seventh child out of eleven.

Allen accepted Christ at an early age and joined Second Mount Zion Baptist Church. Allen was a faithful member until his health failed. Allen was devoted Deacon, musician (that played guitar, keyboard). He learned to the play guitar at an early age from his father Allen Sr. Allen was founder and president of the, Donnalier, Men God and Men Chorus for many years. He was a member Men’s Fellowship, Ushers and Hospitality and in Vacation Bible School. He loved outdoor activities hunting (which he was the president of D-6 Hunting Club for many years) and fishing. Allen retired from many things; Atlas Pallets Lorne, VA and Frog Level Fire Department which he served for 25 years (Firefighter, EMT) Rollins Home Improvement, his favorite thing was his store A R Hardware. Allen was known to many people as Dot, Dea, Antenna man, Chico and Peewee.

Allen was educated in the Caroline County School System where he met Geneva Coleman. They were joined in matrimony on June 10, 1961 (57th years) from this union four kids were born Remona Rollins, Angela (Lee) Williams, Allen (Cynthia) Rollins III, Vera (Aaron) Moore and two children he loved as his own Viola Jefferson and Gordon Hart.

He leaves four grandchildren Sierra Moore, Jimmie Lee (Kendra) Bynum, Latashia Moore and Regina Rollins and nine great grandchildren that brought him joy and happiness. He leaves to cherish one sister-in-law Genise (Marcus) Manley, four sister, Irene Morris, Blanche (Leon) Jones, Emily Baylor and Marcie Washington, three deceased sisters, Geraldine & Mearline Morris and Lou Bertha Wright two brother George Rollins, Leroy (Ladell) Rollins and one deceased brother Clarence Rollins. A hosted of loving and devoted nieces and nephews and one devoted caregiver Nikki Holman.Please forgive us if anyone was left out charge it to my head and not my heart.

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So very sorry to hear this sad news. I hope there's lots of snow and some tall mountains where you are. Debbe and Bob Smith
- Debbe Smith
Dearest Emily, James and Daniel We were saddened to hear of you Dad's passing, and take comfort in the wonderful memories of the Wentworth Ski Racing days and good times at the "Hill". His love of family was so strong and we got to meet many of your Aunts, Uncles and Cousins, who he would gather in the "Valley of Snow" and would enjoy "cooking up a storm" for everyone. He welcomed everyone into his heart and his home, and would share his pride in a recent accomplishment that you each achieved. Hug each other, and remember the good times. Donna, John and Christian Stringer
- Donna Stringer
Dear Peggy, John, Robert, Mary Louise, Jim, Lisa, Paul and Tom’s children, I was so sorry to hear about Tom’s passing. Another family that was very much inter-twined with the Smith clan. I hope that all of the wonderful memories carry you through this very difficult time. You’re in my thoughts.
- Elizabeth Smith
Dear Boudreau Family, Not sure how to express my sorrow for Tom's passing. We were friends for over 50 years. So, so many memories come pouring in. Our time in Europe together, Dalhousie, skiing , and wonderful heart to heart chats about our futures, life and the enjoyment of friendships. We will always miss Boudy . Heartfelt sorrow for your loss.
- Marc Flinn
Tom had a special place in my heart, as I always considered him my first boyfriend (if a first kiss does a first boyfriend make!). The Boudreau and Gillis family were intertwined from early days when our mothers became great friends in nursing school, so it was somehow fitting that we all ended up at STA. Tom (or Tommy in those early days) was always smart, talented and funny. Although I hadn’t seen him for several years, I have fond memories of those times when out paths did cross. My very deepest sympathy to the Boudreau family - a heartbreaking loss for you all.
- Jane Gillis-Ring
I will always remember Tommy's gusto and vibrant personality. They were great years growing up on Jubilee Road and going to Saint Thomas Aquinas School. Love to all of the family. Chris Lownds
- Chris Lownds
To the Boudreau family. While it has been several year since I last saw Tommy, I have many positive memories from times spent at the Jubilee Road house, the STA church and sharing classrooms at both STA and St Pat's. Tommy always seemed so upbeat and full of energy, ready to catch up and had that twinkle in his eye. Sadly, he has moved on far too early however I am hopeful that he is now in a much better place. Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time and especially with Tommy and his children. Mike O'Connor
- mike oconnor
Tom was always fun to be with, as youth or adults. He was justifiably proud of his children. He had a sharp and insightful business mind. He has been and will be missed.
- David Green
Condolances to family. Tommy was a wonderful guy and I will always remember his ability to laugh and make people feel important with his engaging personality. Rest in peace
- Mike Cadue
To all the Boudreau family I was sad to hear the news of Tommy. I will always remember walking up Jubilee Rd. with Tommy on our way to our separate schools during those carefree formative years. Although I had not seen Tom for many years, when I did run into him on my summer visits he was always eager to share stories of his beloved children. I am thinking of you all at this time. Nancy Smith Courtney
- Nancy Smith
To all the Boudreau Family: Please accept my deepest sympathy on Tom's passing. I worked with Tom at Nesbitt Thomson Bongard years ago and also played a bit of golf with he and Jimmy during that time period. Days of going to Ken-Wo very early on a Saturday morning where we always had fun and many laughs. Tom truly was "hail fellow well met" if there ever was one. Always enjoyed his company. Played a little with him a few years ago at Old Ashburn as well, and always had a side bet going which we both got a charge out of.He and I will never forget the infamous, bingo bango bongo. Never a quitter,and always smiling when he saw you,he always came over to say hello to me wherever and whenever he ran into me. I haven't seen him for a few years,but that was what I really admired about Tom-he never forgot you, no matter what! May God Bless You in your hour of sorrow,and May God Love Tom as much as you all did! Sincerely, Frank Hiscock.
- Frank Hiscock
So sorry for your loss,thinking of all of you now.May all your special memories of Tommy give you comfort at this difficult time. I'm sure he is in a safe harbor!!
- John Cox
Dear Emily, James and Daniel. I was sad to hear about your Dad's passing yet I know you have lots of stories and memories that will keep his spirit with you always. I remember how Paul loved skiing with him when they took the kids on ski trips and what fun they had. They will be able to ski together once again. Thinking of you and the whole family. Lydia Bowie
- Lydia Bowie
So sorry for your losss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob and Marcia Brown
- Marcia Brown
To Peggy and all the Boudreau Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. You have such a warm and wonderful family and that is such a blessing. Take care of each other and take comfort in the many heartwarming memories.
- Lorna Gillis
So sorry to hear of your loss. A bright star has been lost. But the wonderful memories of the past will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace. Faye
- Faye Joudrey
To the entire Boudreau family please accept my condolences on your loss. Having grown up with the entire clan, I have many fond memories of Tommy and your parents as well as we grew up in the neighbourhood.
- Sandy Gillis
To my big brother Tommy. I love you and will miss you. John
- John Boudreau

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