Bernice D. "Bunny" Allen MONTPELIER — Bernice Delvina “Bunny” Allen, 89, of Barre Street, died on Monday, July 1, 2019, at the Central Vermont Medical Center. She was born in East Barre, the daughter of James Francis and Maud (Urban) Scott. She was educated at St. Sylvester’s School in East Barre. She married Ethan “Skip” Allen in Montpelier. He predeceased her on April 17, 1983. Bunny worked most of her career at the Vermont Department of Employment and Training. She retired there in 1996 after 10+ years of service. Hobbies and interests include long walks, berry picking, baking and crocheting. She enjoyed horror movies and had an extensive collection of record albums, mostly country music, especially Hank Williams. Also, she prided herself on taking care of her great-grandchildren. Survivors include her daughter, Beverly Bailey and husband Eric, of East Calais; her grandchildren Anne O’Brien and husband Mike and their sons Dylan and Jake, of Duxbury, Marcia Violette and husband Dan and their daughters Molly and Abbie, of South Barre, Jennifer Rowell and husband Jason and their son, Tony, of East Calais; and a brother, Bernard Scott, of Barre; and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by 10 siblings. Immediately following the graveside service on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, everyone is invited to the VFW Post 792 in Montpelier on Pioneer Street at 1 p.m. for a time of remembrance. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 1460, Williston, VT 05495.

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We wanted to extend our sincere sympathy in the passing of your sister, Bunny. May she R.I.P. Roger and Shirley Rivard

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