December 22, 1942 ~ September 29, 2020

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Greece, NY

Keith G. Allen

Greece:  Tuesday September 29, 2020 at age 77 went home to his parents, Jack and June Allen; wife, Colleen Allen; brother, Terry Allen.  He is survived by his wife, Patricia; children, Maureen (Richard) Dorman, Daniel (Debbie) Allen; step-daughter, Jennifer (Gerardo Gaitan) Davis; grandchildren, Bret (Sonia) Dorman, Kyle (Nina) Dorman, Jared Allen; step grandchildren, Gerald and Cristian Gaitan; great-grandchildren, Riley, Jesse and Regan Dorman; brother, Bruce (Diane) Allen; sisters-in-law, MaryAnne (Don) Taylor and Carol Allen; nieces, nephews and dear friends.

Keith retired in 1990 from Eastman Kodak Co. and Kerhaerts Towing in 2005. He was known for his quick wit and playful sense of humor. He enjoyed visiting and taking care of his lake cottage and he had a passion for keeping his yard and garden immaculate.

The family would like to thank Tina, Lana, Susanna, Dr. Son, Dr. Cullen, Dr. Allen and a special thank you to Luda who took care of Keith over the past year with grace and love. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

Keith’s entombment was held privately in White Haven Memorial Park.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Parkinson’s Foundation ( or a charity of one’s choice in his memory.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Keith G. Allen 's name.

Parkinsons Foundation Rochester Chapter

1000 Elmwood Avenue Rochester NY 14620

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  1. Keith worked with/for my husband Augie for many years at Kodak. Augie thought the world of Keith. So sorry to hear of his passing.

  2. Not sure if my first note went through so am repeating it, if it did not. Keith worked with/for my husband Augie Tantalo for many years. Augie thought the world of Keith

  3. I remember all the Allen’s mostly from my childhood and early adult life. We are related through my grandmother Susan Allen Winterkorn. We all spent a lot of time together on Dewey Ave either at Aunt Babe’s house or right next door at Jack and June’s or at Uncle Dick’s cottage or the Frear’s home on Edgemere Drive. Those were all great times when the extended family would gather, play games, have lots of food and drink and just enjoy each other. It has been years since I saw Keith. He still looked the same in the photo as he did as a child. I am sorry for your loss. Sue Winterkorn Cringoli (daughter of Richard and Loretta Winterkorn).

  4. am so sorry or your loss, new Keith and Colleen when we lived on

    We are so sorry for your loss, Bruce and I got to know Keith and Colleen when we moved to California Dr. We use to take turns having dinner at each others houses .The kids played together all the time ,while Colleen and I had coffee .Danny and Barbie were the same age and went to school together . We had such great times together as couples and remember them with love . Karen Henry

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