“Joey” Kenneth Joseph Strong

Ever forgiving and kind of heart, Joey Strong, 40, of Caldwell, Texas went to be with his Lord Sunday, October 8, 2017.
Joey was born to Terry and Becky Strong of Houston, Texas October 7, 1977. He was an avid sports fan growing up, playing soccer, baseball and football. His talents didn’t end there, he was also very artistically inclined, his ability to draw was nothing short of amazing.
As an adult, Joey used his ability to repair anything to become self-employed as a Remodeling Contractor. He was blessed to truly love what he did and be so talented at it.
Joey had many interests but his love to ride horses was at the very top of his list. He had a natural way with all animals, his love for anything on 4 legs was no secret to anyone who knew him. His range of hobbies went from fishing and riding horses all the way to cooking and antiquing.
Joey was the kind of man who never spoke a negative word toward anyone, his quick wit was something to be admired and his bear hugs where notorious to all those who loved him. To say he will be missed falls short.
Joey’s love for his family and friends was always felt and always understood, he made sure to say, “I love you” on a religious basis and express that love with one of his hugs. As anyone in his family would tell you, he was a true momma’s boy, he loved his mother Becky to no end, his voice asking, “Hey mom, what are you doing?’ could be heard throughout the house multiple time a day. Joey’s presence brought love and laughter to all those who were blessed enough to be graced by it.
He is preceded in death by three of his grandparents, his beloved step-dad Winston, Uncle Kevin, and Conrad.
Joey leaves behind his loving girlfriend Mae, and his Nanny, parents; Terry Strong and Becky Stroup, brothers; Jason, Corey, and Coy, sisters; Carrisa and Ally, Aunts; Sheri and husband Cecil, Cindy, Carrol, and Jan, uncles; Rob, Dennis, Jerry, Brian, and Randy. His nephews, nieces, and cousins; Bobby, Jenny, Chris, Danielle, Charity, Tiffany, Erica, Nicole, James, Austin, Kaleigh, Mason, Bella, Marcius, Mariah, Preslie, and Jacob.


  1. Sad you leaving us so soon. For some reason God has called you home. My condolences to the family. I watch you grow along with the neigborhood. RIP joey.

  2. You are leaving many with broken hearts your humor will always be heard in my heart we have all grown up together soke ofbus still havent grown up lol and many of us became closer than others I’m honored that I have the privilege to call you my FRIEND and Big BROTHER thank you for being you like I promised I won’t say rest in peace because you told me that once were gone so is all the drama there for we’re already In Peace so I can’t say goodbye yet I can’t find the guts too but I love you I miss you and later punk!!!

  3. I’m so sorry for yalls loss. Joey was always a good friend of mine!! My heart hurts for all of y’all. You will truly be missed bro!!

  4. Joey I’ll miss you but you’ll ALWAYS be in my heart just as you’ve always been. Nothing has changed, you just went home a little sooner than us but we will catch up. I’m glad that you found the Lord before your journey home. My heart hurts but you are flying high with the angels. Until I see you again….
    For Joey’s family and friends, I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. My deepest condolences.

  5. Uncle Joey,Im 13 now! i miss you so much,there is not a day that goes by that i dont think about you i love you so much! I wish we could have played cards and went fishing together when i came back from austin like you said but we cant always get what we want can we?Im coming home uncle joey im coming to see nanny and all of them again so if your watching from above dont worry ill be fine ok?We all miss you and i still cant say goodbye but we love you so much and we will never forget you OK?


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