Henry L ALLEN, W5TYD, Caddo Mills TX

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  1. W1RC

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    Henry Lee Allen, W5TYD (ex K5BUG, WB5TYD) of Caddo Mills TX became a silent key on June 28th, 2020. He was 82.

    Henry is best known for making the “Texas Bugcatcher” mobile antennas that he produced for many years. Henry's antennas and accessories we of the highest quality, especially the coils. I have been running a Texas Bugcatcher for many years......
     
  2. K2HAT

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    Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by WC5P, Jun 30, 2020.


    Henry L. Allen, W5TYD SK

    Henry Lee Allen, born July 31, 1937, in Tallahassee, Florida, died on June 28, 2020 at his home in Caddo Mills, Texas. Henry's father, Henry Sampson Allen, died one month before Henry was born. His mother, Ethel Mariah Ferrell Allen, was left to raise Henry and his seven siblings. She died when Henry was six, and he was then raised by his siblings until he was 17.
    Viewing: June 30, at Lynch Funeral Srvc. at 4238 TX-34 S Greenville, TX 75402 from 6-8 p.m.
    Funeral: July 1, at Vansickle Baptist Church 2181 CR 2246 Greenville, TX 75402 at 2 p.m.
    Burial: July 1, at Grove Hill Funeral Home 3920 Samuell Blvd Dallas, TX 75228
    The best way to remember Henry is by what he loved. He loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and he loved his wife Tina. Henry also loved his family - his sons Bruce and Glen and his six grandchildren. It seemed every person that married into the family brought a special twinkle to his eye, especially the women.
    Henry was a joiner. He was a member of many organizations over the years, and he met many of his closest friends this way. Among the organizations that were proud to have Henry as a member were the Jaycees, the Possum Trappers (his ham radio friends), Lake Tawakoni Bass Club, and Texoma Hamarama. Henry and Tina have been members of Vansickle Baptist church since 1991. He was a soloist, a singer with the Glory Singers, and a proud member of the church choir. Basically, he loved to sing. Henry also loved to organize trips with the seniors at church, the "Joy Group", to southern gospel concerts and other fun adventures.
    His first love, and many may not know this, is Alabama football. It was a lifelong love affair.
    Henry will always be remembered as a hard worker. He did everything with great attention to detail, and he thought any job worth doing was worth doing well. Henry spent the bulk of his career at Military Sheet Metal and BB Trammell and Company, Inc. Henry also owned his own ham radio related business, GLA Systems, which brought us his famous Texas Bug Catcher antenna.
    Henry is survived by Tina Allen, his loving wife of 65 years, his sister Imogene Melvin of Jacksonville, Florida, his sons Bruce (Julie) Allen and Glen (Traci) Allen, as well as his six grandchildren: Justin Rollings, Emily (Brandon) Highwood, Christopher (Alexandra) Allen, Shawn (Tesla) Allen, Russell (Lindsey) Allen, and Mason Allen. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Leroy, David, and Monroe, and Sisters Vivian, Jeanette and Tillie.
    In lieu of flowers the family welcomes donations to the music ministry at Vansickle Baptist Church as an expression of sympathy.
    Published on June 29, 2020


    https://obituaries.heraldbanner.com/obituary/henry-allen-1079443637
     
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2020
  3. DJ0AJ

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    W5TYD hi allen respect fully vy73 djoaj ekrem
     

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