Allan Marlow Obituary, Death Cause – The news of Allan Marlow’s passing has left us in a state of deep shock and mourning. Allan was a much-loved and highly respected member of the staff at the Rothwell Arts and Heritage Centre, where he volunteered at the front desk for a number of years. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues. We are keeping Margaret and her family in our thoughts as they remember the good times they had with Allan and celebrate his life. During this trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with all of them.
The things that Mr. Marlow enjoyed doing most were going to church, tending to his garden, searching for ginseng, and telling stories. Everyone held a special place in their hearts for him and will grieve his passing. Parents: Shecum Marlow and Zada Catron; Brother: Edward Marlow; Two late wives: Mency (Lowe) Marlow and Bertha (Bryge) Marlow; Preceded in death by: Parents: Shecum Marlow and Zada Catron; Brother: Edward Marlow Juanita, Pauline, and Thedia (Marlow) McKamey are their mothers’ daughters, Chester and Ralph Marlow are their fathers’ sons, and Hobert Byrge is their stepson.
Survivors: Lester Marlow and his wife, Ada, with whom he shared his house and raised their son. Gracie Marlow of Jacksboro is one of the Marlows’ daughters-in-law. The resident of Caryville, Laura Rose Marlow Jacksboro resident Thurman McKamey is a son-in-law. Brothers through marriage; Homer Byrge of Cherry Bottom The resident of Jacksboro, David Byrge Mazella Vowell of Fraterville is the stepdaughter in this family. Caryville resident Grace Wilson and her husband, Vershel, are her sister. A large number of grandchildren as well as great grandchildren