2023ObituariesRoy Wesley Meredith O’Steen Sr.

January 12, 2023by SealeUser3

December 24, 1967 – January 12, 2023

Roy O’Steen, Sr., age 55, of Walker, LA, raised in Riverview, FL, passed away at his home surrounded by family on January 12, 2023.  He was born on December 24, 1967 in Ann Arbor, Michigan to Randolph O’Steen, Jr. and Carolyn Mae Nichols.  Roy was a beloved and highly respected husband, father, brother and grandfather. He was a lifelong sports enthusiast and an avid Tampa Bay Rays fan.  He was recognized in the Rooms to Go Million Dollar Club for several years in a row.

Roy is survived by his wife, Traci Westmoreland O’Steen of Walker, LA; son Roy W. O’Steen, Jr. and wife Tina of Riverview, FL; son Sean A. O’Steen of Riverview, FL; stepson Jessie J. Secrest, of Walker, LA; stepson Douglas G. Secrest and wife Amanda, both of Denham Springs, LA; stepdaughter Hali J. Westmoreland of Walker, LA; grandchildren Jason, Justin and Hailey O’Steen, all of Riverview, FL; stepmother Hazel Perkines; sisters Angela, Sherry, Amanda and Angel; and loving Aunt Jennie Burhans.

Preceded in death by father Randolph O’Steen, Jr. and grandmother Virgie O’Steen.

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3 comments

  • Christine Alfano (Turner)

    January 22, 2023 at 6:32 am

    I’ve known Roy and his family since I’ve were little kids and we graduated high school together too. I remember playing outside, climbing trees, (breaking my arm) at his house when I was 4 years old. Our families knew each other too so we would hang out together at his granny’s house south of Riverview. Although, we lost touch over the years, I was so saddened to hear of his passing. I pray that you’re resting in eternal peace. I know that you are watching down over your family and friends and guiding them through this difficult time. Prayers for your family, especially for Sean, Sherri and your family in Louisiana.

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  • Don Brooks

    January 13, 2023 at 11:36 am

    Roy and I became friends at Room To Go. I didn’t realize when we met we’d create such a bond. Roy had a rough way about him. But he wasn’t the rough guy alot if people saw him as. Through the years we became like brothers. I’m so hurt inside, i hadn’t seen him in years but we kept in touch. Roy I’m glad your not suffering anymore, I’ll see you on the other side brother ! ❤️

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  • Lena Hooper

    January 13, 2023 at 1:20 am

    We have known Roy for many years. He even lived with us at one point. Great guy, funny too! I’m sorry that he suffered for so long. May he Rest In Peace.

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