Roy Newman Obituary, Death – Roy Wayne Newman passed away on November 9, 2022, at the age of 76, in the comfort of his own home, surrounded by his family. His passing occurred on November 9. On July 31, 1946, he was born to Elton Newman, who would later pass away, and Maxine (Pharr) Newman, who would go on to become his parents. 1964 was the year that he graduated from Marietta High School with his high school diploma. After he graduated from high school, he volunteered in the Mississippi National Guard and did his service there. In his younger years, he found great pleasure in spending time with his family and friends by engaging in activities like as boating, camping, and racing. He worked in the furniture industry for the bulk of his working life before retiring from H.M. Richards in 2011.
He spent the majority of his working life in the furniture industry. His favorite things to do were read novels written by John Grisham, watch Mississippi State play football, and watch old westerns on television. His passion for NASCAR and Dale Earnhardt memorabilia led to his becoming an obsessive collector of such artifacts. The things that will be most memorable about him are his commitment to his family, his enthusiasm for classic autos, the catfish fries he used to throw, and the hard work he did in the yard. He was a follower of the doctrines that were set forth by the Church of Christ.
Judith Brewer Newman, his wife; his son, Bryan Newman; three of his grandchildren; Tanner Newman, Hunter Newman (Lexi), and Spencer Newman (Tori); two of his great-grandsons; Greyson and Granger Newman; and three of his nieces; Rhonda Keenum (Mark), Carla Newman, and Gina Williams; are among the members of his family who are still alive. His father passed away in 2002. (Ken). All of his close relatives, including his three brothers, James Newman, Joe Newman, and Hayden “Spider” Newman, as well as his sister-in-law, Jorene Newman, and both of his parents, had already passed away before he was born.
At his funeral, his grandsons, great-grandsons, and even great-great-grandsons will act as pallbearers. On Friday, November 11, 2022, at three o’clock in the afternoon, in the Baldwyn Chapel of Kesler Funeral Home, a memorial service will be held in honor of Kesler to pay tribute to his life. Brother Elbert Ray Bennett is going to preside over the ceremony. On Friday, from 1 to 3 pm, the doors of the funeral home will be open for viewing. At the cemetery of the deceased in the Hills Chapel Church Cemetery that is located in Kirkville, private funeral services for the family will be held.