Allen Gene Wooten

November 29, 2021

Allen Gene Wooten, age 68, a longtime Comanche resident, passed away on Saturday morning, November 27, 2021 at Duncan Regional Hospital, following a brief illness.  A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 30th at 1:00 p.m. at Comanche First Baptist Church, with Dr. Mark Hall officiating, under the direction of Comanche Funeral Home.  Viewing will be Monday 12:00-5:00, and Tuesday 9:00-11:00.

Allen was born January 9, 1953 in Duncan, OK to Charles Allen and Patty ( Ridley) Wooten.  He was a graduate of Bray High School. He was a very talented musician who owned the Cowboy Opry in Comanche.  He was a member of the Country Music Association, the Comanche Chamber of Commerce, and also the Comanche First Baptist Church.

Allen is survived by his wife Sue, of the home; two sons: Kris Hinsley and wife Jana, Comanche, OK ; Bubba Hinsley and wife Jennifer, Comanche, OK ; and Valerie Bell and Chris Bumpas, Duncan, OK; his step-mother, Bertie Wooten, Duncan, OK;  his nephews Shy Bandy and wife Tanna, Velma, OK; and their children Memphis Smith and Kye Bandy; Billy Bandy and Haley Turner, Bray, OK; and their child, Stetson Bandy; his brothers: Bobby Wooten, Comanche, OK: Paul Mendingall and wife Tammy, Marlow, OK; Alan Mendinhall and wife Deena, Ardmore, OK;  a brother in law, Keith Bandy, Comanche, OK; three very special cousins: James Wooten and wife Patty, Duncan, OK; Jimmy Bruner, Duncan, OK; and Louis Darity and wife Ellen, Marlow, OK;  and his grandchildren: Landry Hinsley, Blayn Hinsley, Mason Hinsley, Jordyn Campbell and Shalee Presgrove, all of Comanche, OK: and Mattie Galloway and Allie Galloway, Arlington, TX.

Serving as pallbearers will be Kris Hinsley, Bubba Hinsley, Shy Bandy, Billy Bandy,  Blayn Hinsley James Wooten, Jordyn Campbell, and Gaylon Blankenship.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Comanche First Baptist Church, Comanche, OK.

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