Allen G. Clapper

Aged: 67


Allen G. Clapper, born January 26th, 1954 to Melvin and Patricia Clapper in Roaring Sprints, Pennsylvania, passed away the morning of April 4th, 2021 at Blake Medical Center, Bradenton, Florida at the age of 67. He was a 1971 graduate of Northern Bedford County High School. Allen worked as a bookkeeper for Martinsburg Milling Company and later as a driver for Cove Forge before becoming disabled. In 2005, he moved to Florida after meeting his beloved wife, Mary Clapper.Allen loved living in Florida but was proud of his Pennsylvania German/Dutch heritage. He spent many hours researching and compiling information on his family history. He also spent many enjoyable hours reaching out to his old high school classmates and renewing friendships. Allen enjoyed reading books about religion, history, trains and politics.

Allen is survived by his wife, Mary, brother, Rodney Clapper, sister-in-law, Deanna Clapper, sister, Wanda Black; stepchildren, Ashley Rosas, her husband Andre, Lindsey Rezin, her husband Jason, Benjamin Langworthy, III; step-grandchildren, Joshua Hicks, Kaimamela, Rayen, and Benjamin Langworthy IV, Sarah, Marisol, Gunner, Tiffany, Hunter and Titan Rezin; and niece Melanie Eckler, her husband Josh, and nephews Matthew and Marshall Clapper.

A memorial service/celebration of life will be held at the clubhouse at Casa Loma Mobile Home Park, 105 52nd Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34203 on Saturday, May 8th at 11:00 am. Lunch will follow.

Service Information:

Venue for Service:Casa Loma Clubhouse
Address for Service:105 52nd Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34203
Phone number attendees can reach out to for service:941-306-6074/941-592-2582
Pick one service type:Funeral Service
Service Date:2021-05-08
Service Start Time:11:00 am


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  • Teresa Staley says:

    Oh I don’t know where to start. Lilly has lost her buddy her person that could give her the one treat she wouldn’t eat for us. That was his little grand dog She loves you guys so much. I know it won’t be the same but knowing he is walking with no walker no pain and telling everyone about history mostly about PA. He will be missed for sure. Lots of hugs and love!

  • Edward and Charity Bringman says:

    Mary if you need anything just ask. Myself and Edward and Brownie will be glad to do it. Your neighbors across the street