Hope Hannon Allen

LINCOLN PLANTATION – Hope Hannon Allen, 78, of Naples, Fla., formerly of Hebron, died unexpectedly Thursday evening at Black Brook Cove Campground where she spent time with her family and served as the Campground Guard for many years.

She was born in Lewiston, Jan. 8, 1944, a daughter, of Dwight B. and Frances M. (McGlinchey) Hannon and received her education in local schools. She worked at Hebron Academy as a Book Keeper for many years and also at Market Square Health Center and the offices of James Eshleman, DO in Norway. On Sept. 1, 1962, she married Robert Allen in Turner Village and they made their home in Hebron for many years before relocating to Massachusetts for a short time and then to Naples, Florida where she enjoyed going to the beach. Mrs. Allen enjoyed making Nantucket Baskets and working at the family campground, Black Brook Cove Campground in Lincoln Plantation. Her biggest love was spending time with her grandchildren and following their activities.

She is survived by her husband, Robert of Florida; son, Robert W. “Bobby” Allen and his wife, Elaine of Florida, daughter, Janet LaRochelle and her husband, Jeff of Rangeley, and son, David P. Allen and his wife, Simony of Southborough, Mass.; grandchildren, Kassie, Gabriel, Hanna, Daniel, Kyle, Winnie, Nicholas, William, and Luma; and one great-grandchild, Layla; She was predeceased by a brother, Howard.

Public graveside memorial services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 1 p.m., at the Turner Village Cemetery, Main Street, Turner.

Memories and photos may be shared in her Book of Memories at http://www.wilesrc.com. Cremation care and memorial services are being cared for and provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.

The family suggests that in lieu of flowers, donations be considered in her memory to Riviera Colony Special Activities, Riviera Colony, 520 Riviera Boulevard E. Naples, FL 34112.

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