Mr. Allen Hollingsworth, age 48, of Northport, passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2015, at his residence. Visitation was held Saturday, January 2, 2016, at Carrolls Creek Baptist Church in Northport from 12:30 p.m. until 2:00 p.m., with funeral service immediately following at the church. Rev. Alan Roggli officiated, and a private graveside service followed at Fayette Memorial Gardens Cemetery, with Norwood Chapel Funeral Home in Fayette, directing. Allen was born in Fayette on December 22, 1967. He was a resident of Northport for over 20 years and was employed by the State of Alabama Department of Transportation. He also worked with Trax Development in Northport. He was a member of Carrolls Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include his daughter, Kaci Hollingsworth, and his son, Austin Hollingsworth, both of Northport; his mother, Martha Turner (special friend, Robert Black) Hollingsworth; one brother, Cliff (Connie) Hollingsworth, of Tuscaloosa; nieces, Christina and Catherine Hollingsworth; and a number of uncles and aunts. He was preceded in death by his father, Bobby Lee Hollingsworth; grandparents, Mattie Lou Turner, and Wilburn and Bonnie Hollingsworth; aunts Margaret Henderson, Mary Grace Tucker, and Marcia Elizabeth Halbert; and great aunt Eva Lee Cantrell. Allen had a lifelong passion for drafting and drawing, and some of his favorite recent projects included drawing the plans for the education building at CCBC, the activity center at Northport First Freewill Baptist Church, the sanctuary for Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, as well as the new sanctuary and education facilities for Sulpher Springs Freewill Baptist Church. However, he will be most remembered as a compassionate and loving father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Pallbearers were Will Lewis, Dan Kizziah, Mike Hogue, Rod Ericson, Jeff Kirkley, Phillip Gurganus, Ray Haynie, and David Hollingsworth. Honorary Pallbearers included Adult I Sunday School Class and other church members of Carrolls Creek Baptist Church, employees of ALDOT, and employees of Trax Development. Memorial gifts may be made to the building fund of the church of your choice. Friends and family are also encouraged to sign the guestbook at norwoodchapel.net.