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Linda Marie Roy
1/11/1963 - 9/22/2023
Once upon a time in the serene and close-knit community of Tushka/Atoka, Oklahoma, lived a remarkable woman named Linda Marie Roy. Linda, born on January 11, 1963, in Texarkana, TX, to George Buford and Ruebye Madlayne (Sorsby) Roy, was a beacon of strength, resilience, and kindness. She grew up attending Pleasant View Baptist Church at Tushka and later became a devoted member of Atoka United Methodist Church.
Linda lived a life adorned with challenges, being disabled from birth. However, she bore her limitations with indomitable spirit and never let them shadow her radiant smile. Her life might not have been entwined in marital bliss or enriched with her own children, but Linda's existence was brimmed with love, learning, and the pursuit of simple joys.
After graduating from Tushka High School in 1981, she delved into the realms of childcare at Kiamichi Vo-Tech, embracing the sweet laughter and innocent mirth of children. She found solace in the simplest of pleasures—coloring, singing, watching her favorite TV shows, and movies. She loved fishing under the azure sky and relishing the beauty of the tranquil waters, and her happiest moments were spent amidst her loving family and cherished friends.
Her days were also marked by her dedicated service as a stocker for INCA in the clothing bank, an endeavor that mirrored her compassionate soul and desire to serve others. The threads of her life were interwoven with love and care for her sister, Georgette Snow, nephews, great-nephews, and great-nieces, alongside many dear friends and relatives.
Unfortunately, Linda departed from this world on September 22, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of love, resilience, and selfless service. Her absence has enveloped her family in a tapestry of grief, and they are reaching out for support to give Linda the farewell she so richly deserves.
Her family is now humbly seeking donations to help cover the costs of Linda's final journey and to honor her memory in a manner befitting her life of strength and generosity. A contribution, no matter how small, can light a candle in the darkest of times and extend a hand of comfort to Linda's family in their hour of need.
Donating to assist in Linda’s burial is not just a gesture of financial support; it is a heartfelt tribute to a soul that, despite her limitations, lived a life of purpose and touched many hearts. Linda was a living testament to the triumph of the human spirit over adversities, and helping her family in this trying time will keep her flame of resilience and kindness burning brightly in the hearts of those who knew and loved her.
In her silence, Linda still speaks, reminding us of the essence of humanity and compelling us to look beyond our limitations and perceive the beauty in every soul. Your support will not only alleviate the burden from her grieving family but will also ensure that Linda's spirit of love and strength continues to inspire and illuminate many more lives.
Her life’s symphony might have reached its final note, but the melody of her kindness, the rhythm of her resilience, and the harmony of her love will forever resonate in the hearts of all who were privileged to know her. Let’s come together to remember and honor Linda Marie Roy, a true beacon of strength and an embodiment of love and compassion.

$2,650 of $7,500 raised
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Atoka, OK
Johnell Williams
9/1/2002 - 9/15/2023
This young lady was only 21, she fought hard with her illness. Unfortunately her passing was not of only her illness but of negligence. The family is asking for help to fund her services as she didn’t have insurance.

$50 of $5,000 raised
1.00 % Complete
Milford , DE
James Michael Underwood
6/7/1987 - 9/13/2023
James (Jimmy) Michael Underwood, a resident of Fairhope, Alabama, passed away on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, at the age of 36. He is survived by his wife, Malana, and his children: Kyleigh, Elena, Aislin, Liam, Eowyn, and Iorek. He is also survived by his extended family in North Alabama and Birmingham, including his parents’ The Underwood’s, as well as the Ragan’s.

Jimmy loved to fish, cook on his grill, watch Alabama football, listen to music, play video games, and read. Most of all he loved to spend time with his family. Jimmy worked with Human Resources for over 10 years. Jimmy served in the Army National guard where he did one tour in Afghanistan and one in Iraq. Jimmy held many military honors including the Purple Heart.

The family will receive friends on Friday, September 22, 2023, at Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road in Daphne, AL. There will be a time for family and friends to gather for a memorial visitation at 11:30AM. Military Honors will be at the Alabama State Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Spanish Fort, AL, and will take place at 2PM.

$1,425 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Daphne, AL
David Regg
8/29/1988 - 9/18/2023
David W Regg, 35, of Toms River died suddenly on Monday, September 18, 2023 at his home. Born in Neptune he lived in New Brunswick before moving to Toms River. He worked in construction for Alva Builders and enjoyed fishing, hunting, dirt bike riding and darts. He is predeceased by his father David W MacFarland. Surviving is his mother, Elizabeth Quinby, fiancée, Jacqueline Fredericks, son, Dominic Calderone, daughters, Sophia Calderone and Elizabeth Regg, sister, Brittany Regg, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Visitation is Saturday 2-4pm. Cremation is private.

$1,885 of $6,000 raised
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Manchester, NJ
George"Rooster" Stewart
5/13/1956 - 9/5/2023
George Willie Stewart, age 67, of Mt. Liberty Community, Calhoun MS went to be with his heavenly father Tuesday, September 5, 2023, at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford, MS surrounded by his family. He was born May 13, 1956 in Lambert, MS to the late George W. and Shirley (Russell) Stewart. “Rooster”, to those that knew and loved him, was a working man spending his career operating equipment for Donvant Farms, Holloway Homes, and Carothers Construction until his health precluded him from working. He loved Jesus and his family, spending as much time with all of his children and grand children that he could.

Visitation is planned for Friday, September 8, 2023, in the Gardiner Room at Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM. Services will immediately follow at 12:00 PM in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Grant Coffey officiating. Burial will be in Turkey Creek Cemetery.

Rooster is survived by his wife of thirty-one years, Coyanna Stewart; three sons, Jonathan Stewart (Candace), Steven E. Stewart, and Zachary Stewart (Laura); one daughter, Natasha Rogers (Sonny); four grandchildren, Destyne Jaco (Alan), Gabriell Rogers, Jazmin Stewart, and Annabella Stewart; two great-grandchildren, Lillian and Emryn Jaco all of Water Valley, MS; two brothers, Wesley Stewart (Lynn) of Tallahatchie County, and Richard Stewart (Angie) of Water Valley; two sisters, Faye Pryor (Bill) of Water Valley, and Wanda Gail Tyler (Larry) of Panola County; three sisters-in-law, Hazel Stewart of Bruce, Helan Stewart of Pearl, and Cindy Stewart of Water Valley.

As well as his parents, Rooster was preceded in death by three brothers, Wade A. Stewart, Carl E. Stewart, George (Boy) Stewart; and one sister Georgia Ann Stewart.

$200 of $6,000 raised
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Roy Rhodes
9/3/1975 - 9/2/2023
Roy was a loving son, brother, husband, dad, and grandpa. He loved doing anything outdoors or spending time with his kids and grandkids. He passed unexpectedly doing something he loved to do most. We are need help with funds for him to come home to us in a different way and for us to be able to celebrate him. Anything is very well appreciated! We love n miss you dad!

$250 of $2,500 raised
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Charles Clay Mays
4/10/1967 - 8/28/2023
Charles Clay Mays, age 56, a lifelong Atoka, OK resident, was born on Monday, April 10, 1967, to Charles Clinton and Barbara June (Whitmire) Mays, at Atoka, OK. Charles passed away on Monday, August 28, 2023 at Oklahoma City, OK. He graduated from Atoka High School with the class of 1986. Charles was a truck driver, road worker and hay hauler. Charles attended Mt. View Pentecostal Church in Atoka. He enjoyed riding horses, church, dancing, taking care of his nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
Charles is survived  by his mother, Barbara Mays of Atoka, OK; sister, Mary Aynes and Tommy Magruder of Atoka, OK; niece, Jossie Maxey of Atoka, OK; nephew, Jimmie Perry and wife Keisha of Tushka, OK; great niece, Jemma Maxey of Atoka, OK; great nephews, Joshua Maxey of Atoka, OK, Rieder Perry of Tushka, OK; aunts, Carolyn Knight of Atoka, OK, Nana Lou Robbins of Atoka, OK, Trudy Lomas and husband Amillio of Roff, OK, Vickie Cruise of Mannsville, OK, Doris Taylor of Atoka, OK; uncles, Wade Whitmire and wife Carla of Arlington, TX, Kearl Mays and wife Linda of Wier, KS, Jim Mays and wife Aleta of Fairland, OK; great great aunt, Noreen Isom of Daisy, OK, along with cousins and other relatives and many dear friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Mays; brother, Andy Mays; grandparents, Geraldine and Aaron Whitmire, Ruby and Al Mays; cousins, David Mays, Curtis Mays, Travis Whitmire

$75 of $5,000 raised
1.500 % Complete
Atoka, OK
Jimmy Dale Pilkenton
6/22/1955 - 8/26/2023
Jimmy Dale Pilkenton, 68, of Sedalia, passed away on Saturday, August 26, 2023, at Boone Hospital in Columbia. Arrangements are pending. This was unexpected and the family is accepting contributions towards a celebration of life for Jimmy.

$100 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Boonville, MO
Clarence Poole
7/29/1928 - 8/25/2023
It comes with great sadness to announce that Clarence T. Poole, age 95, of Norwalk, went beyond the pearl gate and into the presence of our Lord and Savior. He passed away on Friday, August 25, 2023, at Admiral’s Point in Huron. We need $1300 to provide him with a proper farewell and proceed with the funeral arrangements. This will help pay for the cost of a cremation, St. Paul Cemetery, an urn vault, a priest, and an obituary. Please kindly share this on social media or in an email, so we can try to reach our minimum goal. He will be laid to rest next to his loving wife, Mary. He was a God-fearing man, a beloved father of two boys, Roderick and Kim Poole, five grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren, a husband, and an Army veteran. He was drafted into the US Army in 1950, where he was a Sergeant First Class serving in Kojedo Island in Korea, guarding prisoners. He then served on the front line for six months in Seoul, Korea, before being discharged in 1956. Throughout the years, he worked at Shellar Globe (Mayflower), was a funeral assistant and greeter at the former Kubach-Smith Funeral Homes and Evans Funeral Home in Norwalk. You may remember him from greeting you with a smile at K-Mart or Rural King, or from helping you with your groceries at Millers (Gardeners) grocery store. He enjoyed spending time with his family and was an active member of St. Paul Catholic Church, the Norwalk Lions Club, and the Knights of Columbus Council 626. I am sure he's singing and dancing with his parents, sisters, brothers, and his loving wife! Until we see you again, take a deep breath, and enjoy the love and beauty of heaven. ALL DONATIONS GO TO EVANS FUNERAL HOME DIRECTLY FROM THIS SITE!
Evans Funeral Home will hold a celebration of life
Monday September 11, 2023
11am until the time of service at 1pm.
Burial with military honors will follow at St. Paul Cemetery.
Evans Funeral Home
314 E. Main Street,
Norwalk, Ohio 44857

$3,165 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Norwalk, OH

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