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|Roy U. Swayze|
Funeral services for Mr. Roy "Bubba" Ussery Swayze," 73, of New Orleans, formerly of Jonesville, were held at the First United Methodist Church of Jonesville on Monday, April 5, 2010 at 2 p.m. Rev. Melodie Long and Rev. Leon Zordan, Jr. officiated with special readings by two of Buddy's close friends, Vondell Estrada and Virginia Nell Ford Beard.
Interment followed at Harrisonburg Cemetery under the direction of Young's Funeral Home in Jonesville.
Mr. Swayze was born October 30, 1936, in Jonesville and passed away Friday, April 2, 2010, at Columns Nursing Home in Jonesville. He was a former resident of Jonesville, where he graduated from Block High School. He went on to Louisiana Tech University where he received his B.S. in Medical Technology and later graduated from Louisiana State University where he received his M.S.W.
Mr. Swayze was a Board Certified Social Worker and retired from the State of Louisiana Office of Mental Health. Buddy was a member of various civic and professional organizations.
He loved music and played the piano in various churches in New Orleans. He also enjoyed reading, traveling, and visiting with family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Allen Davis Swayze and Elnor Ussery Swayze; one sister, Betty Jo Swayze Scott; and niece Jane Scott Wilds, all of Jonesville.
Survivors include two sisters, Alyne Swayze Gray and Minnie Swayze Smith and husband Steve B. Smith, all of Baton Rouge; special family friend, Vondell Estrada; four nieces and five nephews; numerous great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins; and his former wife, Joyce S. Brown.
Pallbearers were Jeff Gray, Joe Gray, Stephen Smith, J.W. Smith, Bruce Smith, Raymond Nicholson, Dicky Wilds, and Johnny Edmonston.
Honorary pallbearers were H.C. White, James "Tuffy" Parish, Buddy York, and Lee Foster.
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