OBITUARY

Roy Clifton Strickland

September 20, 1942September 22, 2010

Roy C. Strickland, 68, of The Woodlands, TX passed away September 22, 2010. He was born September 20, 1942 in Vicksburg, MS to the late Clyde (Cotton) and Erna Voss Strickland. Roy is survived by his daughter Lindsay Dawn Strickland and her mother Connie Wright; sisters Ann S. Nassour and husband Johnny, Eleanora F. Baker; Michael Nassour and wife Janice. He is also survived by family members Sharon B. Francingues and husband Norman. Dawn Burroughs and husband Butch, all of Vicksburg, MS. Beverly J. Roggenkamp of Gladstone, MO and Carolyn C. Gordon of Brandon, MS. Along with numerous great and great-great nieces, nephews, and cousins from Vicksburg and Natchez, MS and Missouri. Roy is also survived by Nancy Misner, husband Michael, niece and nephew Marybeth and Kenneth from The Woodlands, TX. Lisa Farley and husband James, nieces Dana, Erin, and Catherine. Roy lived his life to the fullest and was deeply loved by all of his friends with whom he had so many special times, relationships and memories. Roy was a member of the W.C.R and so many other wonderful organizations. He also had his company Roy Strickland Real Estate located in The Woodlands Texas. He was a great entrepreneur and lived his life to the utmost fullest. Roy was a very passionate and generous man with many roots in the community. He will be deeply missed. A celebration of Roy’s life will begin at 12:00 P.M., Friday, September 24, 2010 at Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 12:00 P.M. until service time in the chapel at 2pm.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, September 24, 2010
REMEMBERING

Roy Clifton Strickland

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Jane Jones

September 26, 2010

There are so many memories of you, just don't where to begin. You were always there with smiles, laughter and caring for both myself and Cory. You helped me raise him with the great nutritional meals we had at Benigans. So glad he still likes milk shakes and cheese sticks. You are missed already. I was so glad when I saw you at meetings, knowing there was a hug and a story to tell. God's blessing to you now that you are flying high with Him and also for Lindsay and Connie. Watch over us all and give us that occasional tap on the shoulder when we need it. Love you Roy!!

Cindy Nicklus

September 24, 2010

Wow! What can I say - Roy was one of kind! This man was generous, fisty, complex & hard-headed all with a big heart. I worked for Roy for 5 years just the two of us for over a year & then took the plunge for growth. He made a success of whatever the situation. While quite boisterous you couldn't help but love the guy. Boy, the stories I could tell! He will always have a special place in my heart and I will miss him dearly. Gods Speed Roy-Boy!

Lori Moore

September 24, 2010

Roy had a great time with just about everything he did. He believed in making the most out of any given situation. There were times that we fought like we were family but after all was said and done, Roy was always the one with open arms to hug when hugs were needed. He was full of advice, whether you wanted it or not. I love you, Roy and will miss you tremendously. Rest in peace, my friend. Lori Moore

eddie boyde

September 24, 2010

I remember when we moved into our new house two years ago you were the first to show up with a most thoughtful and generous house warming gift. A can of SPAM with you business card taped to it. I will save this gift until we meet again. Thank you for sharing your humor,compassion and true friendship with me and all that knew you.Eddie

Elaine Lam-Gonzales

September 23, 2010

Your smile could brighten anyone’s day,
no matter what they were going through,
and for all the lives that you touched, you will be missed by many. Thanks for being a great friend. Rest in peace.

September 23, 2010

When Roy walked in a room, you felt this this amazing quality he had, his strength, humor and zest for life. Those that knew him will miss this rare man that had this quality.
Rest in Peace......

Linda Trocko

Mike Weenig

September 23, 2010

Your wit, humor and laughter will truly be missed. I take comfort in the fact that we were friends and will always cherish the memory of you. Rest in peace my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY