In Memory

Alan Dutton

Alan Dutton

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08/08/17 08:27 PM #1    

Steve Raymond

Alan was always ready with a wry smile and a gentle nature that belied an inner strength. I enjoyed the times we ran into each other over the years. My sympathy to his family during this time of loss. He was a good man.

08/09/17 10:29 AM #2    

Tana Cruce (Robison)

The funniest thing I remember out Allen was in sixth grade, he pulled off his socks and showed us how two of his toes on both feet were conjoined! He was always fun to be around. We lived behind the Church Of Christ that we all attended.Then we moved back to Lubbock and I lost all contact with so many friends in Tulia.


08/09/17 04:54 PM #3    

Lloyd Singer

This was posted on Swisher Electric's 'Swisher Currents' today...   Alan was always nice to everyone and a great guy.  LORD bring peace to his family...

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Alan Dutton (June 6, 1952 - August 6, 2017)


Alan Kent Dutton, 65, of Tulia Texas passed away unexpectedly in Corinth, Texas August 6, 2017. A celebration of life will be held Saturday August 12, 2017 at 4:00pm at The Central Church of Christ in Tulia. Trey Morgan, Pastor of Childress Church of Christ officiating.

Alan was born in Tulia Texas on June 6, 1952 to Verna and Bernell Dutton. He graduated from Tulia High School in 1970 and from Texas Tech University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science in Agronomy. He was married to the love of his life Terry Lea Carlile Dutton for forty-three years. He was the owner of Alan Dutton Farms in Swisher County. He loved his children, their spouses and especially his two grandchildren. He was passionate about helping others above himself. He loved his family unconditionally and his farm.

He was preceded in death by his father; Bernell Dutton and his son Matt Alan Dutton. He is survived by his wife; Terry Lea Carlile Dutton of Tulia, Texas and his two children: Jenny Lea Dutton Owens and husband Darrell of Corinth, Texas; Marshal Kent Dutton and Jill Harrison of Oklahoma City; his two grandchildren: Kayden Owens and Kinlea Owens of Corinth, Texas. His mother Verna Dutton, sister Pam McCrary, brother Barry Dutton all of Tulia, as well as many nieces and nephews. He had many friends that he adopted as if they were his own.

In lieu of flowers the family is requesting contributions to the Matt Dutton Memorial Bible Scholarship at Lubbock Christian University. Send your donation to Lubbock Christian University 5601 19th St. Lubbock, TX 79407-9986

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