Allan Mickens was called home to the Lord on November 20, 2019 in San Antonio, TX at the age of 68. Allan, son of Modestine Williams-Mickens and James Mickens was born on February 7, 1951 in Bronx, NY. Allan had four siblings Harry, James, Modestine, and Glinda who preceded him in death. He attended schools PS 99, JHS 136 and obtained his G.E.D in Bronx, NY. He would later go on to work as a maintenance man, security guard an entrepreneur at Black Honey Productions. Allan had a great sense of humor and a deep love for sports and music. He used to walk around with a radio so everyone could hear what he called “oldies but goodies”. He would regularly attend Old Timers Day in The Bronx as well. He loved his family wholeheartedly and was compassionate about the well-being of both his family and friends. On January 29, 1990, he married Arlene Woodson. She remained committed as his beautiful wife of 29 years before his passing. Allan and Arlene were members of Agape Christian Church where he gave his life to Christ in 2018. Allan leaves to cherish his memories, which includes his children Shawnta, William, Kisha, James, Donnell, Allan, Allana, Shaquana, Andrew, Jason and Tyesha. He leaves behind his grandchildren Olivia, Shamar, Daquel, Messiah, Nukisha, Jaquel, Tiana, Precious, Tyreese, Destiny, Skylnn, Danaé, Donnell Jr., Mason, Emma, Nevaeh, Whitley, Mahogany, Karter, Sean, Mya, James, Jason Jr., Jenessa, Jerelle, Jenesis and Jazzlyn. He leaves behind his great grandchild Kyrie. He leaves behind his nieces and nephews Dennis, Valarie, Harry, Gary (deceased), Grace, Dennis, Adam (AJ). He leaves behind a host of great nieces and nephews, cousins and close friends.

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  1. Just seeing the sad news of Allan’s passing. We were in the same elementary grades at P.S. 99 in the Bronx. This was during the early to mid-sixties. During the weekends, Allan, myself and other friends would take the subway to 42nd Street and we would play the pinball machines at the old penny arcades. Rest in peace. you will be missed my friend.

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