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Phillip Stanley Allen

October 26th, 1946 - November 30th, 2023

Phillip S. Allen, 77, of Columbia, SC, passed away at home with Hospice on November 30, 2023. Phillip was born in Columbia, SC to the late Fred D and Evelyn (Forrester) Allen. He married Joyce Carol Rand on June 17, 1967 in Columbia, SC. Phillip was a loving husband, daddy, uncle, Pawpaw and friend. Daddy had a heart of solid gold. He loved with his whole heart and would fiercely defend all those he called family. He was a Navy man through and through and a Vietnam Veteran. He was a Columbia Police officer, and then transitioned to the SC Criminal Justice Academy for 31 years. He loved photography, shrimping, HAM Radio (KE4RGR is silent key). He worked with the SKYWARN for emergency services for SCEMD. He is survived by his two daughters with their husbands, Christina (Stephen) Unekis; Angela (Pierre) Arndt; three grandchildren, Zechariah (Julia) Wallace, Alexa Unekis and Joshua Unekis; his sister-in-law, Debbie (Lee) Trexler; nieces and nephews with their families; his sisters-in-law, Sharon (Douglas) Barnett and Sheryl (Doug) Santelmann. He is also survived by all of our German family & friends that are and forever will be family of our heart. He was predeceased by his parents and his wife of 55 years, Joyce R. Allen The family of Phillip S. Allen wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. McElveen, Amy, Lena, Myrtes, and Joye of Prisma Home Hospice. You all gave him comfort, compassion and peace during his end of life journey. He was able to go peacefully, and pain free. Truly grateful. Thank you doesn’t feel like enough. Angels on Earth all of you! A funeral service, with US Navy Honors, for Mr. Phillip Allen will be held at 12:00 PM, Monday, December 18, 2023, at Fort Jackson National Cemetery, 4170 Percival Road, Columbia, SC 29223.

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Sharon Barnett

I am so sorry for your loss. Phil was always a kind brother-in-law to me, willing to take time to help or to loan me whatever I needed. An early memory (I think I was 9 or 10) is of him getting on a roller coaster with me at the fair, as I wasn't old enough to ride it alone. A family member told me his face looked rather green as we came down the big hill, but he didn't complain.

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Jim & Lenora Alexander

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Christina

🕯️ Missing you daddy! Please give momma a hug for us. Love you super big! ;)

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Christina

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Jim & Lenora Alexander

Our sincere condolences to Phil's daughters & families. May the Lord hold you in His arms in the days ahead. I enjoyed working with your Dad at the SCCJA and consider it a privilege to have been a part of the staff there with him. He made things lively & was always having fun. He's no longer in pain, has a new boby & has already seen Jesus. God bless you all. Lenora & Jim Alexander

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Angela

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George Brown

🕯️ I have lost a beloved friend and I will never forget any of the guidances, friendship and teachings he shared with me. We often referred to each other as brothers from another mother. He was truly a one of a kind man. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends at this difficult time. Fly high, my loving friend until we meet again my brother - George E Brown -"Mr. George"

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