Woodfin Royburel “Roy” Nunn

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Woodfin Royburel “Roy” Nunn went to his forever home on November 2, 2021, at the age of 74, in Waco, Texas. He was surrounded by his loved ones as he passed from this life to the next. Despite his battle with serious medical issues in recent years, he met these challenges with humor and a smile.

Roy was born in Waco, Texas on January 13, 1947. He graduated from Keyes High School in 1965 and went on to complete his bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in 1969. He was a loving and devoted family man and follower of Christ, and an active member of Renew Church.

Roy met the love of his life, Gloria, at GMAC, where they both were employed. They married on January 8, 1972. On that day, Roy become a father to two daughters, Susan and Kelly Ann. Together, Roy and Gloria had one son, Drew. They would have celebrated their Golden Anniversary in January 2022.

He is survived by his wife, Gloria; mother, Edna Beatrice Nunn; sisters Janet Shiller and Vicki Nunn; brother and his spouse, Kelly and Judy Nunn; children and their spouses, Susan and Paul Harris, Kelly Stoabs, Drew and Beva Nunn; grandchildren Riley Davis, Bentley Stoabs, Braden Stoabs, Cameron Nunn; and great-grandson, Carter Davis; and nephews Christopher Shiller, Brad Shiller, Cade Nunn, and Brooks Nunn.

Roy was preceded in death by his father, Woodfin “Woody” Nunn; grandparents Houston and Eula Clement, and Woodfin and Annie Nunn.

Roy will be honored in a celebration of life on Saturday, November 6,2021, 1:00 p.m. at Renew Church, 6509 Bosque Blvd., in Waco, Texas.

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Condolence Messages

  1. BJ and Mary Greaves

    Rest in peace, dear cousin.

  2. All of our love and prayers to your family.
    Dawn and Mike

  3. My heart hurts at the loss of another cousin this year. We all loved him more than he knew. We know we will see him again one day. We can rejoice in knowing he loved the Lord and is celebrating in Heaven.

  4. Gloria, I have no words to give you except I love you and want you to know that Roy was a wonderful man and influence on my life. Remember your joys with him, be angry because he left you, and don’t let others tell you how to feel. Be you, and do whatever you want to get through this!

  5. Baylor Scott and White Hospice

    Dear Nunn family, The Baylor Scott and White Hospice family would like to give you our deepest condolences with our thoughts and prayer. We still care and we are still here for you! God bless you and thank you for the honor of being a part of this time with you!

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