|Birth: ||Sep. 16, 1968|
|Death: ||Aug. 2, 2011|
Funeral services for Maggie Nolan Allen will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday August 8, 2011 at the Hart Funeral Home chapel. Interment will be at the Swimmer Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home. Maggie was born September 16, 1968 in Fort Sam Houston Hospital in San Antonio, TX to Kenneth and Orene Hooten. She passed from this life on August 2, 2011 in Sallisaw, OK at the age of 42 years and 11 months. Maggie lived in Texas until the age of seventeen. She then came to Oklahoma where she resided until her death. Maggie found happiness when she met Anthony Allen of Hulbert, OK and raised their three boys but her real happiness came when she accepted Christ as her personal Savior. She was baptized by Pastor Samson Keener in Hulbert, Oklahoma. Maggie enjoyed horseback riding, motorcycle riding, ice and roller skating, shooting pool, gymnastics, fishing and camping. She loved driving down country roads, looking for wildflowers and finding the nearest creek, lake or pond to enjoy. You could always find her taking care of her plants, listening to music or decorating her home as Maggie a creative person. She also enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. Maggie treasured the time spent with her children and grandchildren. She was very proud of them and their accomplishments. She loved people and enjoyed life through her friends and family. Her favorite attire was her jeans, fringed jacket and cowboy boots. She was good at the "boot scootin-boogie". Surviving are her sons; Robert Paul and wife Mia, of Phoenix, AZ, Christopher Matthew Nolan and wife LaNina, of Tahlequah, Bryan Michael Allen of Hulbert, OK and Joshua Justice and wife Brittney, of Hulbert, OK; her parents, Kenneth and Orene Hooten of Hulbert, OK; her brothers, Kenneth Tyrone Hooten, of Hulbert, OK and James Monroe Hooten and wife Dalisa T. Adams-Hooten and daughter Stoakley; her grandchildren, Jacob, Valerie, Joseph, Zane, Lavaeh and Emberleigh. Maggie will be missed by many nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.
Created by: MillieBelle
Record added: Aug 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74485897
You were my very first friend when I moved to Oklahoma. Even though we had a falling out and hasn't spoken in over a year not a day passed that I didn't think about you. I wished I had been there for you and I can only pray you knew I loved you like a sis...(Read more)|
Added: Aug. 7, 2011