Linwood-MAYS-Obituary

Linwood Early MAYS

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Bill spent a lot of time with Kenneth and myself as a carpenter and handyman. He helped me put in satellite cable wiring, take up underlayment to prep for hardwood floors throughout the house, replace doors with 6 panel stained doors, replace painted woodwork with stained woodwork. Bill was always there to help us, even towards the end of his working days when he struggled to walk.

We missed him very much when we could no longer visit him at home or call on him for odd jobs or...

Shelia and Harvey,
My sincere condolences on your loss. Uncle Bill was a sweet man who had a smile and a welcome for anyone he met.

He always reminded me of Papa Mays and I know Daddy thought the world of him. Hard to believe he will be gone for 31 years in just a few days. So I know the loss you feel.

Uncle Bill was always so supportive of my rants in the newspaper, which I thought was very sweet of him.

I am praying you strength to get through...

Dear broter-in-law, you were one of my favorites. I know that God has a place for you with your wife (my sister) in Heaven

Uncle Bill, you will be missed so much. You were very caring and a great uncle. Harvey and Shelia, you both are more than cousins to me, ya'll are like a brother and sister. I love you all very much and my prayers and thoughts are with you daily. Love you

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Linwood's Obituary

Linwood MAYS passed away in Roanoke Valley, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Linwood are being provided by Lotz Funeral Homes. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on June 12, 2013.