Brent Allen McCarson

December 23, 1966 - June 26, 2011
Brent Allen McCarson

Brent Allen McCarson, 44, of Hendersonville went to be with the Lord, in whom he truly believed, on Sunday, June 26, 2011 at Lawrence Hospital in Kansas following complications from pneumonia.

A lifelong resident of Henderson County, he was the son of Bob and Violet McCarson of Hendersonville. He worked as a truck driver for B&A Hyder Trucking Company.

He is leaving behind his three daughters, Trish Collins, Jessie Miller, and Cynthia McCarson; one son, James Griffith; and Allenís connected partner, Cindy Duncan; four grandchildren, Dixie, Rebecka, MacKenzie, and Brooke; three brothers, Robbie, Kerry, and Todd McCarson; eight nieces and one nephew, all of Henderson County; four uncles, six aunts, and many close friends.

He will be missed deeply by all family and friends, but he has been reunited with his late stepson, Paul Miller, and closest friend, Markey Holt.

Services will be announced.

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  • July 01, 2011
    Sandy Phillips Buckner says:
    Violet, Robbie, Todd and Kerry. I was so sorry to hear of Allan's passing. I use to enjoy the boys so much when they were teenagers and would come in to Time Saver. We all loved to see them grow up. I know that God will keep you and that prayers will sustain you in this time of grief. Love and prayers Sandy and Stacy Buckner

  • July 01, 2011
    Jerry McCall says:
    Bobby ,I didn't rememeber your son but I know he's in a better place now.Prayer's be with you

  • July 01, 2011
    David Key & Gail Case & Family says:
    With our Love and Deepest Sympathy.Our thoughts and prayers are with you...

  • June 30, 2011
    Hattie Pearson. Anders says:
    I am very sorry to learn of Allens passing. My prayers,& best wishs are with all of ya'll.