Rocky Darrel McCurdy

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Rocky Darrel McCurdy, 58 of Waco, passed away on Friday, November 20, 2015.

Visitation: Monday, November 23, 2015 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend, Waco.

Graveside Service: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 2:00PM at Rosemound Cemetery, 3201 South 12th Street, Waco.

Pallbearers: Honoring his memory his sons and sons-in-law will serve as pallbearers, Joshua McCurdy, Jud Tippie, Tommy Carl McCurdy, Paul Dougherty, Matthew Dougherty, Aaron Chitty, Jason Ivy, and Chris Grady.

Rocky was a native of Waco, born October 27, 1957 to the late, Tommy Jack McCurdy and Doris Fay Truehitt McCurdy. Over the years Rocky, enjoyed spending time with his family, cooking for them and camping. Rocky was a very loving and loyal man, it was stated that he took in strays and made them family. When his grandchildren were young he enjoyed being involved in all their activities and would create stories for them and include all their names in the fairy tales. Rocky’s children will long cherish the time he spent with them and his wonderful breakfasts he cooked for them. Rocky married his long time companion, Pamela Lynn Woodruff on October 29, 1992. Together they have loved each other and their family with passion and loyalty. Rocky is preceded in death by his parents Tommy and Doris McCurdy; brother-in-law, Jimmy Ivy and brother, Tommy Jack McCurdy, Jr.

Rocky is survived by his loving wife of over 23 years, Pamela Woodruff McCurdy, his step-mother, Pam McCurdy; his eleven children; sons, Joshua McCurdy and his wife Becky, Tommy Carl McCurdy and his wife Shelly, Paul Dougherty, Matthew Dougherty and his wife Amanda, James Dougherty; daughters, Amanda Lynn Tippie and her husband Jud, Sara Chitty and her husband Aaron, Kristal Ivy and her husband Jason, Amanda Canada and her husband Matthew, Roxanne Bailey and her husband Chris, and Melissa O’Connell and her husband Chris Grady; brother, David McCurdy and his wife Kristen; six sisters, Sandra Rawlinson and her husband Sonny, Joyce Ivy, Charlotte Rawls and her husband Paul, Sharon Thomas and husband Jack, Rebecca McCurdy and her husband J.R. and Edna Lowrey and her husband Jerry; 24 grandchildren; and a host of other loving family members and friends.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

Place of Service: Rosemound Cemetery , 3201 S. 12th St.; Waco, TX 76706



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  1. Michelle Shelley

    I met him at lakeshore when I would take him to dialysis he was a very sweet man I have often wondered how he was. I am so sorry for ya’lls lose. YALL ARE IN MY PRAYERS

  2. Kenneth & Ruby Dunn

    Praying for your family. You will remembered by us.

    Kenny and Ruby

  3. I met your family on Wednesday evening in ICU waiting area. Joyce, I prayed with you. I want to send my sincere condolences. I had continued to pray for your brother. I am sorry to hear of his passing, but thankful to know that he loved Jesus! I pray that the love of Jesus surrounds you and your family at this time and that you always find your hope in Jesus!

  4. William and Lisa Karcher

    Prayers of love for all that Rocky has left behind. Seeing this family come together as they grieve and help each other through this difficult time of loss is also a testament of how much Rocky is loved. The legacy that he has left for his children and grand children will live on in each of them. You are missed Rocky and you are loved by all of us. Rest in peace until we meet again.
    Love Bill and Lisa Karcher

  5. I met Rocky and his wife Pam through my best friend Edna as soon as I met them they treated me like family they are very nice people and I pray Pam will be alright I know how hard it is to lose the one you love . The family is in my prayers and I wish them the best

  6. I’m so glad I not only had a chance to meet Rocky but also be a part of the family! We might not have always seen eye to eye but Rocky was only trying to look out for my best interest and of course I didn’t always want to hear it . But I love that he cared enough to even waste his time to tell me what ever it was he needed to tell me, but my prayers go out to his family for healing cause I know this is weighing hard on their heart’s,

  7. Casey Craig-Saulters

    Pam, Joyce & sisters, James, Paul & rest of the children

    I am so sorry for your loss…Nothing anyone can say will make it better but time helps ease it some but you never completely get over it…All of you are in my prayers…Uncle Rocky was a good man…He was right with the lord & he is in heaven now…R. I. P. R. D. McCurdy

  8. Pam,
    Oh my sweetie, I just now saw this. Rocky was as true as true can be. I often think of you and Rocky.
    My arms are around you as you go through this part of your journey. Rocky can now be at peace without the physical pain he most surely was feeling. Love to you and your family.

  9. Gracie Martinez-Gonzales

    To the Entire Family,

    We grew up with Rocky and his siblings back in the 70’s when we live at the Kate Ross Apartments. I am so sorry to hear of Rocky’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May your memories of Rocky comfort you during this difficult time. The Martinez Family…. Martha, Aurelio, Gracie, David and Connie

  10. Stephanie Barker McCugh

    Praying for the family 🙁
    As Rocky and Pams was always my home away from home. I love you both so much. Some of my best childhood memories are with yall. I will forever be yalls P-Nutt.
    May God protect your heart Pam.

  11. Praying for your family.RIP Rocky

  12. Uncle Rocky we already miss you. Growing up you always had something funny to say or some wisdom to give. We always knew where we stood with you because you always told us the truth even when we didn’t want to hear it. You were a protector of our family and taught that to all of us. Thank you for loving my boys and showing them that they belong. You taught me there was always room for one more. You may be gone for the moment but you will never be forgotten. See you on the other side.
    Always,
    John, Leslie, Kaleb, John-David, and Austin

  13. My deepest condolences to the McCurdy family. Rocky was great man, he would give you the shirt off his back if he thought you needed it, and much more. He will be greatly missed. I’m so sorry I could not be there, I’ve been sick. I just heard about this today. I loved Rocky and thought the world of him, he sure was there for me, he and Pam both. Love you guys to the moon and back! I love you Pam, my prayers are with you and your family. God Bless you all. Love you guys.

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