Faith T. Allen 71, of San Antonio, TX passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2008. She was born in Coventry, CT. May 19, 1936. Faith attended Manchester High School and graduated in 1954. She worked as a bookkeeper throughout her life. Faith is survived by three daughters, Linda Rowell of San Antonio, TX, Hope Haefner of Tampa, FL, and Charity Peacock of Brandon, MS; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Her husband, Stuart, preceded her in death.

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  1. I am very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. My mom, Ann Ricard, and your mom were very close friends. Years ago, I did have the pleasure of meeting her. We are very saddened about her passing. Mom would like to get in touch with you, please email me with an address she is not an “electronic wizard”. Thank you. Doreen Brady (Ricard)

  2. Linda, Hope and Charity, We were so saddened to hear of Mom’s passing. She was very dear to us. Know that we are thinking of you. We would love to hear from one of you.Love Doris & Leo 16 Michael Drive, Vernon, Ct.06066

  3. Linda: Sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. Liz & I still live in MS. Our grandon (10) and his aunt, Ellen, will visit San Antonio in March. Our prayers are with you & your family. Bill Ogle

  4. Linda & Charity, Faith was such a wonderful lady. I remember back in the 1980’s when your family invited me over for dinner. She was always so friendly and open when ever I saw her. The last time I saw her was one of the times she was visiting Charty at UMC. Please know that you will remain in my thoughts and prayers. Cynthia Deans

  5. Charity, Linda, Hope and all family and loved ones, You have been in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort and bless you in this difficult time and may He give you strength to endure. Mom says to tell you she loves you and is thinking about you and praying for you. My family and I are glad we were able to come to know Miss Faith and enjoy time with her such as a few holidays and special occassions in Mississippi. And also some dominoes played together when she was in Mississippi. She was fun to be with and very kind to us. I know you will miss her greatly and we will miss her too. May God be with you now and always. Love, Marty Sanders and family

  6. Sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I would like to hear from you either by email or by letter. My address is 11 Buff Cap Road, Ellington, CT 06029. Love, Anna

  7. Hope, I was so fortunate to meet and get to know your Mom a little while she was visiting you last year and I got to see first hand the love and bond that you both had for each other. I’ll always remember the fact that, each and every time we met, she always had a smile on her face. I’m sorry your Mom had to leave you and your loved ones Hope but always remember that her love for all of you is eternal. Your friend, Steve

  8. My sympathy to the family, especially Linda, Hope and Charity. I don’t know if you remember me but my mom and dad (Herb and Alice Armstrong) were friends with your mom and dad when I was very young. I do still remember visits to visit you all though I must have only been 5 or 6 years old! I think my mom saw Faith a few years back for the first time in years. I am very sorry for your loss.

  9. I want to express my sympathies to Hope and her sisters on the loss of your mother. I recently lost my father so I can honestly say I know what you are feeling. I can also say that it will be a rough couple of weeks, but after that it does start to get easier. Cherish all the good memories I know you have and stick together. You know I love you Hope! If you need anything, let me know.

  10. Hope, may God bless your mom, you and your entire family. Faith was obvioulsy a great woman to have raised a great daughter. Praying your memories are happy. May Faith rest in peace. Love Pete

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