Allan Layton Death, Obituary – Allan Layton has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. On Thursday, October 8, 2020, at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford, the life of Alan Layton, who resided in Harrington, Delaware, was ended. He had reached the age of 64. Allan was the son of Theodore Leonard Layton, Sr. and Ethel Beatrice Layton, both of whom have since died away.
Allan is the last surviving member of the Layton family. Milford, Delaware is where Allan began his life. Allan was a dispatcher for Pyramid Transport of Bridgeville when he was employed there at the time. In addition to that, farming was one of his primary interests, and for a time he even drove his own truck. In the early 1970s, Allan was an active competitor in the sport of bull riding. During one of his years at the Delaware State Fairgrounds, he even managed to win the local circuit there. When Allan wasn’t laboring or farming, two of his favorite things to do in his leisure time were to watch Nascar and cultivate his own pole beans.
This was especially true when Allan wasn’t working hard. He took tremendous joy in being of service to other people and did it whenever and wherever he was in a position to do so. He was well-known for his acerbic and dark sense of humor, and he took great pleasure in making jokes on a variety of topics. Above all things, he had a profound love for his family, and he will be remembered and valued as a dedicated husband, father, and pop-pop, in addition to a fine friend. He will be much missed. Spending time with his grandchildren brought him the greatest happiness, and the extent of his affection for them was indescribable.
Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways. Allan is survived by his devoted wife Laurie Layton, his sons Allan Layton Jr. and Matthew Layton, his daughter Lisa Layton, his siblings Bruce W. Layton, Theodore Glenn Layton, Dennis R. Layton, Michael D. Layton, Sr., and Terri L. Deeney, as well as his grandchildren Autumn Dalious and Justice Dalious Jr. In addition to his mother, Ethel Beatrice Layton, Allan is survived by his devoted wife Laurie Layton, his son