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July 16, 2018

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July 25, 2010
This message is a CORRECTION: My entry did not get all printed. ROY ESTESS was my brother-in-law for nearly 44 years. He was a great relative, as well as a most successful career man, a fact that has been much mentioned and celebrated. He was a dear brother to my husband, Ted, and a good only uncle to my son, Barrett. Roy loved his two dear children, and adored all his three grandchildren: two boys and one little four-year-old girl. He was a faithful husband to Zann for 53 years, and a most caring son to his parents, especially when they were old, infirm, and dying. He was loving to Zann's brother, who died last year, and her sister who died some 25 years ago, and her mother. He was rather a patriarch to about 17 cousins on the Estess side of the family, and one cousin, Sharon, on his mother's side. He was truly a "related" and loving man.

Sybil Estess, spouse of Ted Estess, brother of Roy
July 24, 2010
Roy Estess was my brother-in-law for nearly 44 years. He was fun-loving,
musical
July 11, 2010
My husband, Edward C. Snow, worked with Mr. Estess until Ed retired, but when we went to Mr. Estess' retirement, Ed barely remembered him due to his alzheimers. Ed had previously told me that Mr. Roy was a very good and nice man. On behalf of my dearly departed husband, I extend my deepest sympathy to the family. Margie Snow
July 4, 2010
Roy Estess was one of the finest men I have ever known. He took time out of his busy schedule to become a personal friend and mentor to my son Tavish. He was also Tavish's Eagle Scout Advisor. Thank you Roy for all that you did for my family as well as our great country. We will all miss you. Tom Kelly (Picayune, MS)