Roy Avery Hord
April 16, 1974 – December 9, 2018
Roy Avery Hord, 44, born April of 1974 in Houston, Texas passed away peacefully on December 9, 2018 in Plano, Texas surrounded by his family and friends. Family will receive friends during visitation on Friday, December 14, 2018 from 4pm to 8pm. Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 1pm. Services will be taking place at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Chapel followed by interment at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park. He was born to Roy Glen and Brenda L. Hord. Roy was raised in North Richland Hills and graduated from Richland High School. He was a Construction Inspector for the City of Haltom City for many years. He met and married his wife Crystal on September 23, 2000. Roy's joy in life were his daughters, Zoe and Reese. Roy was known for his sense of humor, constantly joking and always making his family and friends laugh. He always found a way to lighten the mood. He could often be found alongside his family cheering on his favorite team, the Dallas Cowboys. A loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend, and co-worker will be dearly missed. He is preceded in death by his mother, Brenda Lynn Hord; sister, Sammie Lee Hord and daughter, Morgan Averi Hord. Roy is survived by his wife of 18 years, Crystal N. Hord; daughters, Zoe and Reese Hord; father, Roy G. Hord and his wife, Dana; grandmother, Minnie Morris; Sisters, Reilynn White and husband, Robbie and Randi Castillo and husband, Brian; Father and Mother-in-law, Ronney and Debbie Dickey. Roy is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
- Brenda L Hord, Mother
- Sammie Lee Hord, Sister
- Morgan Avery Hord, Daughter
- Roy G. & Wife, Dana Hord, Father
- Crystal N Hord, Wife
- Zoe Hord, Daughter
- Reese Hord, Daughter
- Minnie Morris, Grandmother
- Reilynn & Husband, Robbie White, Sister
- Randi & Husband, Brian Castillo, Sister
- Ronney & Wife, Debbie Dickey, Father & Mother-in-Law
- And numerous nieces, nephews & other relatives.
- Visitation Friday, December 14, 2018
- Celebration of Life Service Saturday, December 15, 2018
- Graveside Service Saturday, December 15, 2018
Roy Avery Hord
December 14, 2018
I have so enjoyed seeing pictures of the family I heard so many fond stories about. Roy had a heart of Gold, and he will & has been missed by me, as a resident of Haltom City, he frequently would stop by to check on me, has always been there should I call, & loved to tell me about all his wonderful family. I had a card to send him when I heard he was out sick, but didn't have an address & no one ever got back to me to do so at the Water company. I hate that, as I would have loved to be there for him, as he was for me so many times. My sympathy to his wife & children & father who I have heard so much about. He loved you so much! Rest in peace Roy, you have been such a wonderful friend.
December 12, 2018
You were an amazing brother ! I love you so much, I will miss our talks so much! I can not bear to delete your phone number from my phone, I want to hear your voice one last time.
December 11, 2018
Remembering the many times Roy spent time at the senior center helping serve holiday meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Always had that beautiful smile especially when he was volunteering in the pie department. ..wonderful man who leaves those who knew and loved him many great memories. Rest in peace. You'll be missed
December 11, 2018
So very sorry to hear of Roy's passing. I was fortunate enough to have met Roy and worked with
him at the Water Department Billing Office for a short period of time for the City.
Roy was the Gentle Giant who always made us laugh and keep us going! Roy talked about his
family often and how much he loved his wife and girls! He was proud to be their Dad and Husband!
I will miss Roy, but know he is now well again in Jesus' Kingdom where there is no more sickness
God Bless Roy and prayers to his family and friends who loved him so much!
December 10, 2018
Roy was a good man and brother in law. Whenever we spoke if I had a problem he would always lend an ear and give advice. He was a jokester that would always put a smile on your face. You will be missed brother.