Roy Wayne Loney

October 19, 1942 - December 20, 2020
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Roy Wayne Loney, age 78, won a race today. It feels odd to type it, even odder to say it. But somehow, that boy that was born to Kathleen and Roy Hugh Loney, in a little house in Echols, Kentucky, back in 1942, ran to them this morning. Finally, he was at home. He foundContinue Reading

Rita Cottrell left a message on January 27, 2021:
So sorry for your loss.
Wayne Hunsaker left a message on December 23, 2020:
So sorry to hear of Roy's passing but I know he's still happy. Yes he has worked on my tv's as well as my dad's tv's. He would be there to help as quickly as he could drive the distance. Even though we didn't see each other any in the past ten years or so he was though of quite often. Roy was a dear friend, such a gentleman and will be missed by all who was fortunate to know him. Rest in Piece my friend.
Larry Loney left a message on December 22, 2020:
Lots of memories with this Man, From making moving video 8 MM with a model squirrel to selling vacuum cleaners in Louisville when he stayed with my family a few weeks. wonderful voice in the quartet sang in the churches in Louisville many times I still have the records and thee 45 by you Theresa , What a voice at such young age. Many home Comings at Aunt Kat's and uncle Roy's home as well as our grandparents home on the HILL. This is a wonderful Life that will be missed. To Jean,Theresa and Ilene my thoughts are with you gals keep the faith we shall meet Wayne in a better place, Larry
Jan Cornell left a message on December 22, 2020:
At age 24 I recognized I was an alcoholic. I'm a drummer and had been working in bars but I had to get out of them or I would die. I answered an ad in the paper for a gospel band looking for a drummer - Beechcreek Revival. It was my great fortune for them to take me in and allow me a wonderful two years or so with one of the finest, tightest musical groups it was ever my privilege to play with. Roy was one of the kindest and wisest men I've ever met. He was completely nonjudgmental of my past and he never tried to force his religion on me. But by seeing the examples set by Roy and Jean on how to live a Christian life made a deep impression on me and ultimately led me back to God I am a physician now but had he and his wonderful family not taken me in, I have no idea where I'd be today. I thank God for putting Roy and the Loneys in my life.
Lisa Bradshaw left a message on December 21, 2020:
Dear Loney family we are praying for you. Roy was a very special guy who always had a smile on his face. So glad I got to grow up knowing this family. Such a blessing!! Love you all!!!!
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Michael Jackson Jackson left a message on December 21, 2020:
My thoughts, love and prayers go out to the family, i am sorry for your loss.
Tucker Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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