George Allen

Obituary of George Clinton Allen

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George Clinton Allen IV, also known as G4, age 50, of Bangor passed away on December 4, 2021.


George graduated from Brewer High School in 1989.  He started his career working as a boat motor mechanic and then as a lead foreman at Eastern Fine Paper.  Ultimately, he became a Master Oil and Propane Technician at R.H. Foster Energy, and currently at Dead River Company. 


When he was a young buck, George enjoyed riding and working on his motorcycle with his father, son, and friends.  George’s sense of humor and quick wit would keep everyone laughing. His favorite happy place was spending time at his camp in Aurora with his beloved wife Cathy, his dog Teddy, as well as his good friends Eric, Aaron and Musson.


George is survived by his wife and best friend Cathy; parents George C. Allen III (G3) and Pauline (McCue) Allen of Dedham; children George C. Allen V (G5), Desiree and husband Travis Longtin of Bucksport, Spencer and wife Madison Smith of Jacksonville, FL; grandchildren Charlotte, Barry, Violet, Ariyah and Elijah; many aunts, uncles, and cousins, including special aunt Pam McCue. He was predeceased by his beloved grandfather George C. Allen, II; grandmother Evelyn; aunt Priscilla, whose relationship he treasured.


A celebration of his life will take place in 2022.  Messages and memories may be shared with his family at


Arrangements by Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, Bangor and Brewer.

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A Celebration of Life is being planned for 2022.
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1971 - 2021

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