October 3, 1937 ~ November 10, 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of C. Jack Allen, Age 84 of Smithtown, NY. Jack passed peacefully on November 10, 2021 comfortably in his home of 38 years. Jack started his life on a farm in West Virginia but he was eventually recruited to the FBI in New York City. Here, Jack met the late love of his life, Natalina. The two went on to build a life and a family in Woodside, Queens and then settled permanently in Smithtown, Long Island. Jack will be remembered for many things, but mostly his love of conversation and for being an exceptionally generous friend to all he met.
Beloved husband of late Natalina.
Loving father of Andrea, Janice (Mark) Clifton, Sharon (Mike) Blahut & C.J. (Angela) Allen.
Adored grandfather of Olivia, Mikayla, Alex, Angelina & Jack.
Dear brother of Lullabelle, Wallace, Silus, Peggy & Judy.

Services

Visitation: November 14, 2021 4:00 - 7:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787


Mass: November 15, 2021 11:15 am

St Patrick's RC Church (SMT)
280 E. Main St
Smithtown, NY 11787


Interment: November 15, 2021 12:15 pm

Smithtown Cemetery
64 North Country Rd.
SMITHTOWN, NY 11787


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  1. I love you Uncle Jack. You will be so missed. May you Rest In Peace. You are now with your true love Aunt Nat.
    To my cousins. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you all.

  2. candleBeloved Friend Jack,
    We will always remember the laughs and great conversations we always had. We will miss you.
    May you Rest In Peace with Dear Natalie.

  3. They say that good men are hard to find. With the loss of Jack – it seems that it will be even harder now!
    Wishing you eternal happiness joining Nat. My condolences to
    Andrea, Janice, Sharon,
    CJ and their families. God bless you all-
    There will never be another Jack

  4. Remembering Jack, though we were far apart
    Thoughts of him will always be in my heart

    We kept in touch because he would always care
    How we were and Nat and Jack were always there

    I like to think of them both as united again
    Watching over their family always not just now and then

    They weren’t just relatives, but really true friends
    Our appreciation for them just never ends.

    Love to their beautiful family from Charlotte and Mario

  5. To a Wonderful Neighbor,
    Our deepest Sympathy to Jack’s family. Sending prayers of strength during
    this difficult time. May He Rest in Peace.

  6. Uncle Jack was a very special uncle and person! My earliest memories were of him taking us out in his boat, which was a big deal for little kids.

    This is pic is my favorite memory when he and my dad came to Berkeley Springs to visit Scott & I in 2016.

    We live on a hill above the house where my great grandparents, Dad and Uncle Jack’s grandparents, once lived. He and dad were re-living old memories that day. 😊

    Uncle Jack loved life and family and is terribly missed already! How we wished that my Dad were physically able to have been there.

    Andrea, Sharon, Janice and CJ – my heart aches for all of you and your children too! Know that you are in our prayers, and as you walk the hard and painful road of loss, may you know and sense the nearness of Him who loves you most. 💕

  7. Uncle Jack was a very special uncle and person! My earliest memories were of him taking us out in his boat, which was a big deal for little kids.

    The photo that I posted to the timeline is my favorite memory when he and my dad came to Berkeley Springs to visit Scott & I in 2016.

    We live on a hill above the house where my great grandparents, Dad and Uncle Jack’s grandparents, once lived. He and dad were re-living old memories that day. 😊

    Uncle Jack loved life and family and is terribly missed already! How we wished that my Dad were physically able to have been there.

    Andrea, Sharon, Janice and CJ – my heart aches for all of you and your children too! Know that you are in our prayers, and as you walk the hard and painful road of loss, may you know and sense the nearness of Him who loves you most. 💕

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