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Roy Lane Black
August 29, 1991 ~ November 8, 2023 (age 32) 32 Years Old
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Roy Lane Black, 32, of Olive Hill, Kentucky, entered into rest, Wednesday evening, November 8, 2023. He was born August 29, 1991, in Morehead, Kentucky, a son of Amy Turman Black and the late Randall Lane Black.
Roy enjoyed tinkering on his truck or anything hands on. His greatest pleasure and enjoyment was spending time with his kids. He enjoyed riding his 4-wheeler, spending time with his friends and family, especially his nieces and nephews; playing with his fur buddy, Hickory; making people laugh, and goofing off. He enjoyed so much in life, and he will be deeply missed by many.
In addition to his dad, he was preceded in death his grandfather, George Russell Black.
In addition to his mother, Roy is survived by his daughter, Mattison Leah Thomas, his two sons, Xzavior Lane Black, and Russell Logan Black; three sisters, Sandra Black (Jared Bowling), Sabrina Black, and Samantha (David) Stevens, his grandmothers, Carol Miles, and Emily Black; and his nieces and nephews, Joshua McGuire, Micha Stevens, Georgia Stevens, and David “Hoss” Stevens, Jr. In addition to these he also leaves behind many other family members and friends who will cherish his memory.
Private funeral services and visitation were conducted Wednesday, November 15, 2023, at the Duvall & Moore Funeral Home, 149 Whitt Street, Olive Hill, Ky 41164. Burial followed in the Black Family Cemetery.
Jared Bowling, Michael King, David Stevens, Jason King, Jesse Cox, and Allen King served as pallbearers.
Darrell Seagraves and Xzavior Black served as honorary pallbearers will.