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Timothy Paul Allen
Timothy Paul Allen
Place of birth: None
In loving honor and memory of our dear friend Timothy “Paul” Allen, age 65 – a Dallas, TX resident – who was murdered on Dec. 22, 2020, in a residential neighborhood in West Dallas, TX. Paul was found on Dec. 23 by the Dallas PD after a well-fare check request was submitted to the dept. A subsequent arrest was made and capital murder charges brought against two male teens in Feb. 2021, with no motive reported. Today, Apr. 16 is Paul’s birthday, he would have turned 66. “Happy Birthday, my friend!” Paul was a gifted and talented musician, musical arranger, singer, pianist/keyboardist, and we became friends while he was living and playing in Washington DC area cover bands from the 70’s to the 90’s. Paul loved all types/kinds of musical genres, from classical to musical theatre to pop/rock/soul/r&b, country, folk, funk/fusion, etc. Paul was also one of the most kind, generous, gentle, caring, loving, giving persons to ever walk the earth, had a heart of “White Gold,” loved to laugh and “Spyce” up others’ lives, and would help out anyone in need at any time. With performance venues closed due to the COVID pandemic, Paul took a job as a delivery driver with Amazon in Dallas, trying to make ends meet and survive. It was after making a package delivery that Paul’s life was brutally taken from the world. On behalf of all of Paul’s DC area friends and fellow bandmates, I light this candle on his birthday in remembrance of a person we all love dearly. It is our honor and privilege to have known, worked and played with our dear friend Timothy “Paul” Allen. Paul, may you continue to brighten the heavens with your “Rainbow” of love, caring, giving, and musical talents. We greatly miss you here on Earth. Thank you for being in our lives, and being our friend! The world was a better place with you in it, you will be greatly missed and will live in our hearts forever! Peace, Love, Rock n Roll my Friend, and continue to “Play that Funky Music!” With much Love, Brian Campbell, DC Metro Area.