Funeral, Cremation, & Burial Services | Michigan Memorial

Downriver Obituaries

Martin Paul Allen

August 25 , 1953 - January 30 , 2020

Martin Paul Allen
Martin Paul Allen
1953 - 2020


Sunday, February 02, 2020
1:00 ~ 8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Monday, February 03, 2020
11:00 AM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel


Donations in Martin's name are requested to be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by selecting the donation box below.


ALLEN, Martin P., age 66, of Brownstown, January 30, 2020. Beloved husband of Gale Allen. Loving father of Lindsey Allen, Jackie (Lula) Margiljic and Martin Raymond (Heather) Allen. Dearest grandfather of Vinko Martin and Raelynn Gale. He is preceded in death by his parents Raymond and Louise Allen. His cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home.


God Bless Marty and his family. Rip Marty Ronald Rodriguez

Sorry for your loss. Thank you for so many good memories. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Bruce & Deb Raupp Deborah Raupp

Very sorry for your loss, my condolences. Tobin Clark

Words can not express the sadness of a loss like this. Marty was a wonderful, giving man who loved his family and treated many who were not “family” as if they were. May the love of Christ and His grace surround you now. God Bless you all... Lori Moss

Gale, i am so sad to hear of the loss of Marty. So many years together making happy memories. I hope your happiest of memories will comfort you thru your darkest days. Sincerely, Bev Paul Bev Krieb

We are so sorry for your loss. Al loved Marty and tells stories to the girls about the old days. And was happy he got to see him on his Birthday. Sending you prayers and will be in our hearts forever. Big Al and Donna

My sincere condolences for the loss of Mr. Allen. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. Paul L. Kolonich

❤️We celebrate your life Uncle Marty❤️ We are hearing your laughter, and seeing your beautiful smile, and knowing your resting after a Ambitious struggle. Our love and respect goes with you... You will always be with us... Love Roger and Dawn Roger and Dawn Byler

Remember he was always playing on Whittaker and I even have a pic of him riding my little bike with his being so tall and me just getting my training wheels off my bike. Mike, Jim, David, and Mark all stolen the bike to ride down the rail road tracks over by Wilson. Rest in peace and watch over all of us. VICKI HALEY

My dear friend, Gale, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for you and Marty and your family every day. I love you all. Annie Annie Pierson

A celebration of life because Marty Allen is Synonymous with celebrating life. He was a force of nature but always bent toward kindness, compassion and love. All of our shared memories include, love, humility, selflessness and a chuckle that in an instant would change your day. Uncle Marty was bigger than life but intimately humanistic in the same moment, every moment... Chip, Karen, Bryce,Nathan, Lee and Renee

Marty was such a good guy and close friend. We got into a lot of mischief together as kids and enjoyed so many laughs throughout his life. Was a real sinking feeling to hear of his passing. Sending healing prayers and hugs. While he’s gone from our earthly lives, I’m feeling Jesus and others have gladly shouted “Hear Comes Marty” to Heaven. God Bless Marty, Gale, and Family. Ed & Jane Kalvenas

Gale, So very sorry to hear such sad news. Sending our thoughts and prayers to you and all your family. Reminiscing of good times we shared; pool parties, camping trips, neighborhood gatherings. Marty was always the life of the party, enjoying family and friends and good times. The video is a touching expression of the love you shared as a family and how that love grew and blessed you with two beautiful grandchildren. May God grant you peace and serenity during this very difficult time. Our very deepest sympathy. Dave and Sandie Dave and Sandie Selchan

RIP Uncle Marty GOD BLESS Doug and Shari gervais

Martin P. Allen Thank you for all the great times, and all the laughter. You were larger than life & Respected by all, bringing out the best in all of us. You will be deeply missed. Love you brother! Gone to Soon! Ron Kalvenas