Ellen Marie Allen is the widow of gospel legend Bishop Rance Allen. The iconic singer passed away at the age of 71 on October 31, 2020. Ellen was by her husband’s side throughout the illustrious career that saw him win 5 Grammy awards and perform for President Barack Obama.
Marie is an evangelist and a member of the same church as her husband. In fact, her late husband was a Bishop at New Bethel Bountiful Blessings Ministries and she was the ‘First Lady’.
|Name||Ellen Marie Allen|
|Profession||Church Member; Evangelist|
|Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million|
|Husband||Rance Allen (died Oct. 2020)|
What a HUGE loss to the gospel world. Bishop Rance Allen is one of the greatest voices on the planet. The Grammy award winning gospel artist could of lived anywhere but called TOLEDO home! Pray for his family. pic.twitter.com/x2MBx4YAgB
— KristianBrown (@KristianBrown) October 31, 2020
10 Facts About Ellen Marie Allen
- Ellen Marie Allen’s age and birthday have not been revealed to the public but according to sources, she is in her late 60s to early 70s as of October 2020.
- There is no Wikipedia page of Marie Allen but you can get the facts of her bio in this article.
- While there is no information on her exact net worth is not available, her combined net worth with her husband was in the range of $1 million to $5 million.
- All of her earnings are from her career as a member of the church and she has served as a part of the church for over 40 years.
- However, she is better known as Bishop Rance Allen’s wife.
- The couple got married on December 1, 1970, and were together for more than 40 years until Rance’s death On October 31, 2020.
- According to Rance’s brother, the Bishop died unexpectedly while he was recovering from back surgery. The cause of his death is yet to be determined but according to rumors, it was complications from surgery and old age.
- Ellen and Rance did not have any children together.
- Rance’s wife, Marie was with him for more than 40 years and was a supporter of his music career as well as his service in the church.
- The late singer has often been referred to as “The Father of Contemporary Gospel Music.”