OBITUARY

Roy E. Stice

February 22, 1945January 24, 2019
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Roy Everett Stice, 73, of Colorado City, passed away on Thursday, January 24, 2019 in the Regent Care Center in Kingwood, Texas. He was born in Tahoka, Texas and was preceded in death by three brothers: Billy Dale, Richard and Eddie.

Roy was born in Tahoka on February 22, 1945. After graduating from Tahoka High School in the class of ’63, he attended South Plains College where he obtained a technical degree. Roy was married with four children: daughter Candy and husband Ross, sons Wylie and wife Angie, Cody and wife Kris, and Christopher and wife Shannon. He has 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren, with another great grandchild on the way. His wife Mary Stice passed away in 2009.

Roy was self-employed for most of his career, he retired in 2010. In retirement, he stayed busy as the electrical inspector for Colorado City. He enjoyed traveling, dancing, and trips to the casino. He will leave a legacy of love for family, community, and hard work.

Visitation will be Sunday, January 27, from 5 – 7pm at Kiker-Seale funeral home in Colorado City, Texas.

Funeral services will be held Monday, January 28, at 10am at Calvary Baptist Church in Colorado City with Pastor Paul Smith officiating. Graveside services will be at 3pm, at the Tahoka Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Jerry Glenn Nutt, Chello Molina, Ross McDonald, Ian McDonald, Glenn Peterson, and Mark Daniel

Those wishing may share a memory by visiting www.kikerseale.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, January 27, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 28, 2019
REMEMBERING

Roy E. Stice

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JD and Pam Guess

January 28, 2019

Roy was such a nice man. Always smiling. It was our privilege to know him.

Jackie Prasek

January 27, 2019

Roy was married to my Mama. Before they ever met I was friends with Candy in elementary school but they moved away and I missed her so much. Years later they moved back and I was elated to see my friend again. I was then blessed to get to have her as my sister when our parents wed. Along with that I also gained brothers in Wylie, Cody and Chris. Roy jumped right in and treated me like one of his own kiddos. We had our ups and downs but what family doesn't? I love you Roy R.I.P.

Sherri Gonzales

January 27, 2019

Roy Stice was one of the nicest people I have had the pleasure of knowing He always had a smile and a willingness to help others, he will be truly missed. My condolences to the family.

Ruben and Patsy Hurt

January 27, 2019

20 years ago I came to town bought a house only to find the a/c didn't work. Hot Hot summer. But Mr Stice who didn't know me or anything about me. He fixed me up with a running a/c unit. Then trusted me to pay him on the 1 st. I always called him . Had hot cocoa one cold morning while his guys fixed that same heater. Good man , may you rest well you've earned it and more.

Hanna Stice

January 26, 2019

Granddad,

I will always cherish my childhood summers most with you: traveling to New Mexico, riding horses through the mountains, taking an afternoon nap in the long car rides, eating buffets, driving go carts, and unsuccessful attempts of sneaking into the casino with you! I will honor your memory by living my life just as you did - having that unstoppable Stice work ethic, putting others first, leading by example, and staying strong even during the toughest of times. You were so loved by so many, and the impact that you’ve made on the Colorado City community will be everlasting. I will forever hold the final days I had the opportunity to spend with you near and dear to my heart, and am thankful for the 26 years you graced me with your presence. Rest easy, sports fan - we’ll be seeing you. ❤️

Love you always,
Hanna

Brandi Hernandez

January 26, 2019

Grandad, I will treasure the memories of summers spent with you in CCity...even the memory of backing your van into a trailer-hahaha. We would watch you get up and head out to work, come home for a bite, nap in your recliner for half an hour, then you were back at it. You worked hard all week, then would load us up in the van, take us to McDonald’s for breakfast and then say “Alright Sports Fans...”, and we were on our way for a blast in Ruidoso. Swimming, horse back riding, and Mexican food..you always spoiled us. Love you Grandad, see you in heaven Sports Fan.

Steve and Carolyn Smith

January 26, 2019

Always felt like he was fair in his dealings.
May he Rest In Peace.

Tisha Hickson

January 26, 2019

He was one of the kindest men I know. He would come in Gas n Grub and order fish for the dance. He was a sweet and honest man and a great electrician. He loved life and will be greatly missed.

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