Roy Clifton Windsor, Jr.
May 10, 1933 - June 20, 2014
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Kilpatrick Funeral Homes - Monroe
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Friday 6/27, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Saturday 6/28, 10:00 am
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Saturday 6/28

Funeral services for Roy Clifton Windsor, Jr., 81, formerly of Monroe, will be held at 10:00 am Saturday, June 28, 2014, at the Mer Rouge United Methodist Church, 309 W. 11th St., Mer Rouge. Interment to follow at Church of the Redeemer Episcopal Cemetery in Oak Ridge. Rev. Mollie McGee will be officiating. Visitation will…

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Linda Hammett left a message on June 28, 2014:
The only family I knew of Roy's was Sally and she might not even remember me. I thought a lot of Roy, first met him at my place of employement in Monroe back in the mid to late 80's. I still have a life insurance policy that Roy sold me. Somewhere between then and 2000, I would leave my day job and go to Mr. Roy and Ms. Sally's and work for Roy in his office at home for several hours. I've not had any word on Roy for many years so was shocked to learn of his death. I offer my sincere sympathy to his family.
Cherie Ellis Cone left a message on June 26, 2014:
To Wendy, Sally, Bonnie Marie, Hanako, Vivi, Amanda, and all of Roy’s fine family, I send you my heartfelt condolences. I had the honor of knowing Roy for over fifty years, and he was a wonderful, gentle, loving, smart, funny, and generous man. I will miss him dearly, but I’m grateful for all the years I had the privilege of knowing him. You all are in my thoughts, and I’m so deeply sorry for the loss of this great man. With love from Cherie Ellis Cone
Johnny McAdams left a message on June 26, 2014:
Wendy & Family, Thought Long & Hard about what I Would say about Roy's Death . Two things stand out for Me. If I close my Eyes I can still hear his beautiful voice from the Choir At our Church in Mer Rouge. I Was much younger than him but his voice always had special meaning to me especially as a young Boy on Easter Morning it "Rang Out" Like No other . The other thing that impressed me growing up is I never ever saw him without a smile on his face which was quite impressive to someone younger like me . He will always be remembered by me as a Great Civic Leader and as Mayor we claim him as one of Us That Means he was Mer Rouge Through & Through I Think Roy Jr. would Like That I know I Do.
Gil White left a message on June 26, 2014:
I always grin and think about Roy Junior when I drive up Wham Brake Hill on Coulee Swamp Road/Hwy 134. Uncle Junie was blasting around Monroe impressing the girls with his new Corvette back in the late 50's. The cops got after him and he decided to outrun them. He tore off up the Old Bastrop Road and turned off onto the Wham Brake road. He had suceeded in out-running the cops and he couldn't see any headlights in the rear view mirrors so he whipped into a side road at the top of the hill and cut his lights off. He figured the cops would fly by and miss him and he would slip back to town. The problem was he forgot to take his foot off the brake! The cops saw the brake lights, slid to a stop, and backed up to apprehend him. Needless to say, they threw the book at him. I can still see him sitting in that Corvette, grinning ear to ear with his foot on the brakes. He will be missed and fondly remembered.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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