Scott Allen

Obituary of Scott Fitzgerald Allen

ALLEN, Scott Fitzgerald, 52, of Wesley Chapel, Fl, passed away on March 9, 2019.  He was born in Binghatom, NY and moved to FL in July 2014 to retire.  He was Catholic in faith and a member of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church.   He was employed by Endicott, New York Police Department for 3 years and dedicated 22 years of service to the New York State Police, advancing to Sergeant along with many years in the SIU division. He graduated from Chenango Valley High School, Broome Community College with an Associate in Arts degree, and attended the University of Albany where he obtained his Masters.  Coming to the end of his Doctorial studies, USF is going to honor his great accomplishment, conferring on him his PHD in Criminology.

                                                       Congratulations, Dr. Scott Fitzgerald Allen!


He also served as adjunct teacher at St. Leo University.  Scott was the most devoted family man, spending time with his girls and their sports, traveling with them and promoting healthy eating habits. He was always encouraging them to do and be their best at all they did, especially with their academic studies. Scott was a devoted husband to his wife, Stephanie, together they made a beautiful family.

                                                       “I will always love you, Sparky.”


He is survived by his loving wife of 18 years, Stephanie Allen; 4 daughters, Erika, Samantha, Alyssa, Gabriella; his parents, Walter and Joanne Allen; his sister, Megan Mercer and her husband, Jim; nephews, Kevin, Brian; niece, Grace; his in-laws, Ronald and Teresa Becker; numerous other relatives, and countless other friends and acquaintances.

A funeral mass will take place at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church on March 14, 2019 @ 1:30pm.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to service.

 “In lieu of flowers, a GoFundMe page has been created for the girls’ college fund.



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