Roy Roxie King III born August 15, 1944 in San Antonio, Texas. He was 73 and led an incredible life. He leaves behind a legacy for those close to him who will keep his memory alive forever. Roy’s immediate family is his niece, Christina Fluitt, and her children George, Arannia, Natalia , his daughter, Tiziana King, including extended family and dear friends over the years, Eleni Nikolas and her children Michael & Theodora , Anastasia Nikolas , Dianne and Rick Ramsdell and their children Brett & Ally, Gail McCabe & Christopher Stallard, David Stallwood & Deanna Fong, and many close friends. Because of his immense love and generosity, he has touched so many lives near and far around the world, he also leaves behind his adopted family that he has shared his life with over the last 30 years, Christine & Ron Montgomery, Martine & Frank Smith and their children Thomas and wife Renata and their son, Logan, Christopher Smith, Ty & Michael Lopez and their daughter , Caroline Lopez and husband Nicholas Miranda and their daughter Eleanor Dao Miranda. We will miss our beloved Roy and he will be forever in our heart and thoughts. A service will be held on Saturday, December 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm, at Wages and Sons Funeral Homes’ chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. A time to reflect and visit with Roy is at 12:00 noon.

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  1. You truly were like an uncle to me. I loved all our talks we had, and loved all the stories you had shared. The loss we will all feel without you here is truly a great one. Rest In Peace Uncle Bubby. And I say this with a truly heavy heart.

  2. We always felt so welcome whenever we came visit you and the Montgomery in Atlanta. It was also such a peace of mind for us parents, when Stephane lived with you during his Georgia Tech studies. Rest in peace Roy.

  3. Never forget you Roy and our days together in Frankfurt. All the best to your family I know you left them with many warm memories.

  4. I miss our daily talks and the adventures we were planning. We had such great times grilling together. There will forever be a void in our hearts. Know you were deeply loved.

  5. There is not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. You are forever in our heart and thoughts my dear friend and brother.
    “Lord Send the angels for my beloved brother
    And take him to that home on high
    I’ll wait my time out here on earth
    And come to you when I die”

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