Roy Evelyn Schoenfeld

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December 4, 1937 ~ February 22, 2022

Born in: Grand Saline, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Roy Evelyn Stough Schoenfeld was born on December 4, 1937 in Grand Saline, TX to Roy Evins Stough and Cora Mae (Copenhaver) Stough. Roy Evelyn passed from this life to be with her Lord on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 and the age of 84.

Roy graduated Grand Saline High School in 1956 and attended Southwest State Teacher’s College (Texas State) where she met the love of her life. On August 30, 1958, she married Norwin Walter Otto Schoenfeld of Yoakum, TX. They have 4 children, 13 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Roy and her husband moved often due to his job but they took advantage of each place they lived; sightseeing, making new friends and creating wonderful memories along the way. Roy worked at various places, even earning employee of the year, but the job she loved the most was raising her 4 children. Once they retired and moved to Yoakum, they became members of Holy Cross Lutheran Church where they became active members and Roy sang in the church choir. Roy Evelyn was a loving and compassionate mother, the most wonderful Granny Roy, and a faithful friend.

Roy is proceeded in death by her husband, Norwin, of 56 years, her father Roy Evins Stough, mother Cora Mae Copenhaver Stough Kilburn, and step-father Homer Kilburn, and sister Mae Nell Hollingsworth.

She is survived by her children and their spouses; Allyson (Robert) Aiena, Pearland, TX, Paul (Rosie) Schoenfeld, College Station, TX, Leanne (Charles) Simmons, Cleveland, TX, and Deanne (Todd) Huebner, College Station, TX. Their grandchildren; Jessica, Christine, Jonathan and Joseph Baker, Rachel (Phillip) Hollis, Amy Singletary and Brian (Morganleigh) Schoenfeld, Tyler, Jordan and Nicholas Simmons, Cora Simmons (fiancé Logan Fitzgerald), Laine Huebner and Bryce (Eric) Golden. Five great grandchildren; Ariana Singletary, Parker Schoenfeld, Jacob and Eva Golden, and Phillip Hollis, III. Sisters; Billie Sumpter, Rosemary Kinder, and Ann Stough. Brother-in-law and spouse Wilfred (Mildred) Schoenfeld, and numerous nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Bethel Lutheran Church in Bryan, TX on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 11:00 AM

Memorials may be given to Bethel Lutheran Church or your charity of choice.

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  1. I’m so sorry my beautiful and sweet friend.
    I had no clue just looking swiftly so I don’t loose time management on assignments. But God made me aware that your mom passed away! My heart sunk! Lord my friend ‘s pain of such a sad lost man i hurt. Just knowing your gorgeous mom has left this earth. No more pain, no more suffering, Whew the part about you had retired to take care of her tears. Oh but the treasured memories both sad and happy. She was just where she wanted to be on her last days. Oh it hurts me I can’t even be near to give you a huge liong hug! Just know job well done by friend. Of course you had her smiling because those traits cone by naturally given to you from your mom. Fly high beautiful lady. My condolences and sympathy for the family. Hug my daughters beautiful play siblings. Love yawl big!!!

  2. Roy and I were more than friends, we were soulmates. We shared thoughts and ideas that we would never share with anyone else. We were a mutual support team, sharing equally our ups and downs. I never had another friend like her and I never will. I loved her and will miss her so much. I know you all feel the same – she was a wonderful, supportive mother and grandmother and was so proud of you all.
    You will all continue in my prayers. Love to all of you.

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