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Roy Lee Seelye
January 31, 1971 ~ October 2, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Roy Lee Seelye Jr. age 52, passed away on October 2nd, 2023 in Beaumont, Texas surrounded by loved ones after battling cancer. A graveside service will be held 2:00 PM., Tuesday, October 10th, 2023, at Forest Lawn cemetery in West Orange, Pastor Shane Jennings officiating. Services were made under the care of Dorman Funeral Home.
Roy Lee Seelye Jr. was born on January 31st, 1971 in Orange Texas to his parents, Ronda Gail Brewer and Roy Lee Seelye Sr. Lee was married to Brandy Lynn Bailey of 18 years. His favorite hobbies include fishing, spending time with family, being outdoors and watching football and wrestling. He retired from the City of Pinehurst as a supervisor for 22 years.
Lee is proceeded in death by his brothers, Clifford Wayne Seelye Sr and Aaron Matthew Seelye; father, Roy Lee Seelye Sr and his stepfather, Ray Buford Miller.
Lee is survived by his loving wife, Brandy Lynn Seelye (Bailey); mother, Ronda Gail Miller (Brewer); children , Aaron Lee Seelye, Gaven Austin Seelye, Natalee Michille Seelye and spouse Quentin Colby Uher; grandchildren, Carson Wayne Hinson-Seelye, Cameron Wayde Seelye, Helen Grace Seelye, McKinley Cheyenne Hinson, and Kimberlynn Michille Uher; sister, Danielle Ellis; Brother, William Heath Miller and spouse Jennifer Mace Miller and many nieces and nephews.
Honoring Lee as Pallbearers are Aaron Lee Seelye, Gaven Austin Seelye, Clifford Wayne Seelye Jr., Carson Wayne Hinson-Seelye, Steven Joseph Leblanc and Quentin Colby Uher; Honorary Pallbearer is Christopher Glenn Lueis Wagner.