Jeffrey Michael Allen

Born December 17, 1961 in Bangor, Maine, Jeff passed away March 10th 2022 in Orlando, Florida after a short illness. He was just 60.

Jeff grew up in the Bangor area and moved to Cumberland Ctr. Maine in 1966, where he graduated from Greely H.S class of 1980. In 1982 he moved to the Orlando, Florida area where he graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Business Degree in 1985. He became a top Mortgage Broker for a large Mortgage Company in the Orlando area, and subsequently started his own successful Mortgage Brokerage business which he ran for many years.

Jeff was a charitable individual and often helped people who were less fortunate than he. Jeff loved classic cars – mostly Mopar – and owned many prime examples over the years. He got great pleasure from buying and selling his own classic cars. Those who knew Jeff will attest to the fact he was a great prankster and loved to find opportunity to amuse his audience. Jeff loved landscaping his, and our parents, property spending many hours planning layouts and maintaining grounds. Jeff loved his Border Collie Ginger and his cat Morry and spent much time with them.

Jeff is preceded by our parents Maurice R (1917-1997) and Vera B (1918-1997) Allen. Jeff leaves a brother Tim and sister in-law Lydia of Standish,Maine, and many friends in the Orlando area. Jeff and our parents are interred at Gracelawn Cemetery in Auburn, Maine.

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