Roe Jean May

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Funeral services for Roe Jean May, 75, of Lone Star, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 4, at Lone Star Baptist Church in Lone Star with the Rev. Rick Monds officiating. Burial will follow at Hughes Springs Cemetery under direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. May will lie in honor at the funeral home Wednesday afternoon and evening and the family will receive friends after 6 p.m. Mrs. May died March 1st at a Longview hospice. She was born March 15, 1934 in Hughes Springs to Bun H. and Naomi Martin Hull. She was a member of Lone Start Baptist Church, the Red Hat Society, the Gadabout Club, and she volunteered at Longview Artsview Childrens Theatre. She loved her grandchildren and she enjoyed sewing and cooking. She is survived by her husband Roy W. May of Lone Star; two daughters and sons-in-law Janet and Miguel Larsen of Lone Star, and Joyce and Billy Croker of Porter, Texas; five grandchildren and their spouses Kelly and Mike Davis of Longview, Justin and Danielle Larsen of Rhome, Texas, Jack Larsen of Tyler, Kevin Corey of Humble and Kyle and Lindsey Corey of Crosby, Texas; four great-grandchildren Mikaela and Connor Davis and Madison and Zoe Larsen. Mrs. May was preceded in death by her parents.

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  1. Roy and Family,I was so surprised to hear of Roe Jean's death. I am living in Las Vegas now and try to keep in touch with news from back home but this shocked me. My prayers and thoughts go out to you now. There are a lot of years and memories with Mammy, Roe Jean and her sisters, Red and MaeNon and all that happened in between. Im sure they are all together now. God Bless.

  2. Sending our thoughts and prayers your way. May God keep by your side as the days follow. So sorry for your loss but happy that this world was blessed with such a wonderful woman.

  3. Hello, my parents were Bill and Dee Stone from Linden. My dad use to work with Roy. I have such fond memories of both of you. I remember Roe Jean coming to Linden when my mother had surgery and doing her makeup and cheering her up. My prayers are with you. God is there carrying you through these days and the days ahead. Jeannie Stone Crutcher

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you – The loss of Roe Jean is heavy on my heart – She was "One Special Lady" – Her smile brighten the day. May God and all his Love be with you.

  5. It was such a priviledge toget to know Mrs. May and hersweet husband and family. Iregret that we only knew eachother a short time. I will always remember the Mays with fondness.

  6. May God wrap you all in His loving arms through this time of loss. I will remember Jean's sweet smile and willing heart.

  7. I was so sorry to hear of Roe Jean's death. We were fellow graduates at Hughes Springs in 1951 and share a birthday.May you find peace in knowing how much she loved her family.

  8. May God wrap you all in His loving arms through this time of loss. I will remember Jean's sweet smile and willing heart.

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