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Allen Allard
7.7.1940 - May 7, 2022

Residence: Williston, North Dakota

Myron Eide
May 9, 2022
Linda and Family, Sorry for your loss. I learned alot about railroading from Allen. He was a good friend and a great Boss to work for and with. I will miss our visits at ballgames and running into him in Williston.
Dennis Hoffelt
May 9, 2022
Rest in peace friend from our youth. Great memories
RONALD f ARNDT (minot, ND)
May 9, 2022
sorry for your loss. I worked for Allen. I had great respect for him. All roadmasters should have the qualities and integrity he had.
Charlene (Ward) Kirkendoll (Gillette, WY)
May 9, 2022
My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family.
Leonard and Dory Harstad (Mesa, AZ)
May 9, 2022
Sorry for your loss.
Tara and Aaron Long (Epping, ND)
May 9, 2022
We are so sorry for you loss. Alan was a great guy. We will miss him. Your in our thoughts and prayers. If you need anything please let us know we are just around the corner.
Ron & Betty Jo Falcon (Trenton, ND 58853)
May 9, 2022
Linda & family, our sincere sympathy on the passing of Allen. Out thoughts & prayers are with you. Allen was a special cousin of Ron’s(Stretch).
Cal and Leann (Williston, ND)
May 9, 2022
Good friend and neighbor lotsa good laughs at township meetings will be missed
David Johnson (Billings, MT)
May 9, 2022
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Allard family. My dad worked with Allen on the railroad for a few years. My dad's name was Kenneth Johnson.
Vera Weiler and family (Dickinson, ND)
May 9, 2022

So sorry to hear about Uncle Allen. Our prayer and thought for you and your family, he will be greatly missed
Chantel (Allard) Puckett (Hazen , Nd )
May 10, 2022
Linda and family. So sorry for your loss!
Karen And Ron Sillerud (Dickinson, ND)
May 10, 2022
Bob, Lindsey and Jordan, our sincere sympathy to you and all of the Allard family at this difficult time. Praying that the memories you have will bring you peace, comfort and understanding in the days, weeks and months to follow. Bless the memory of your dad and grandfather.
James Cron (HOUSTON, TX)
May 10, 2022
Allan and my Dad knew each other. My Dad, Barney Cron, had the upmost respect for Allan. Allan and Linda bought my polled Hereford bull ‘Pat’ from me. I think it was the winter of 77 or 78 and the snow was stock rack high. Through my Dad, we kept tabs on Pat. By all accounts he had a good life, cared for by Allan. Allan was a good guy. He will be missed.
David Meland
May 10, 2022
My first roadmaster I had when I started on the Burlington Northern Railroad. Good guy to work for.
Daryl and Bette Belik (Tioga, Nd)
May 10, 2022
Sorry to hear of Allen's passing. We are praying for your family.
Eugene and clara Pekarek (royaltonouy, mn)
May 10, 2022
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family
Vicki Lihudis Hollen (Williston , ND)
May 11, 2022
My parents (Gary and Barb Lihudis) wanted me to pass on their deepest condolences to your family. My dad knew Allen from the railroad days. He thought the world of him and they had even stayed in touch over the years. So very sorry for your loss.
Larry Granbois (Trenton, ND)
May 11, 2022
My condolences to Alan's family. I knew who Alan was but never had the pleasure of meeting him sorry to say but it sounds like he was a special person. May he rest in peace.
Dale Long (LaLuz, NM)
May 11, 2022
Sorry for your lose Linda and family. Much love from the Longs and many great memories that will not be forgotten. Love Dale and Brenda Long
(Cy and Jean's youngest)
Michelle (Williston, NORTH DAKOTA)
May 14, 2022
Aunt Linda and Family
My thoughts and prayers are with you
May you find strength and comfort in the days ahead
Uncle Allen was a wonderful man and will be missed
Ron Ostberg (Haslet, TX)
May 14, 2022
Linda and family, I am saddened to hear of Al’s passing. I first met Al when he was a payloader operator (a good one!). When he became Roadmaster I worked his territory most of the time and we became good friends. He took a liking to me and took me under his wing and mentored me and helped promote me to my first Roadmaster position. So many good times, challenges, derailments, snow plows, etc. He trained and tested me in ways I never knew possible. My career blossomed from that point on. I hope I made him proud. Rest In Peace my friend.