We announce the passing of Mr. Colby Raymundo Allen. Mr. Allen of 4425 Munsee Street in Charlotte, NC passed on November 11, 2022 in Charlotte, NC.
Mr. Colby Raymundo Allen was born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on April 5, 1998. He was the son of Ana Laura Chavarria and Charles Boyd Allen, III.
Colby Raymundo was educated in the Mecklenburg County North Carolina Public Schools. He graduated from Butler High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. He had a love for soccer. To know Colby you would know he was a big Mama’s Boy. He always wanted her to cook him homecooked meals. Colby favorite food was Mexican.
He was an amazing man who loved family. His sister and brothers was near and dear to his heart. They were so important to each other.
Colby leaves to cherish his memories his parents Ana Laura Chavarria, and Charles Boyd Allen,III; his fur baby who he loved so much Bruce Allen; two brothers; Tristian Joel Allen and Jordy Miguel Allen; his sister; Amber Lucero Allen; grandmothers, Rosa Gaspar and Diane Simmons; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends
A Message from his mother:
Mi bomboncito how I used to call you, you were always very protective of me and you never wanted to leave my side. The day I found out you had to go my heart was broken but our memories don’t end here. I have a hope and I know Jehovah knew the pain you had in your heart and you will be in his memory. I will wait until the day when I can see you and hold you in my arms again.
A Message from his brother:
We are here today in remembrance of someone whose life had an impact on everyone around him, he was a son, a brother, and a friend. Even though he had his up and downs he always followed his heart and spoke out on anything he thought about. Everyone who truly loved him knew that he wanted to help everyone around him.
A Message from his sister:
He loved helping others in his own way. He always saw the best in things and never assumed the worst about anyone. He was a very caring who loved putting smiles on others faces with his jokes and his laughs. He was always ecstatic to be with the people he loved and cared about. He loved rice more than any person should, he loved to watch all the fast and the furious movies. He always had a busy and abundant life and now he is finally at peace where he will be getting the rest he deserves. He will be greatly missed and will continue to be kept alive by the memories we all have of him.
Family will receive friends at the home of his sister Amber Allen 2716 Faith Lane Indian Trail, NC 28079 . Please keep the Allen Family in your prayers.