Roy L. Amick
ALEXANDRIA [mdash] Roy L. Amick, 70, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2019, at Community Hospital of Anderson following a brief illness.
He was born on Dec. 22, 1948, in Ainsworth, Nebraska, to Harold and Edna (Edwards) Amick, and has lived in Alexandria since 1987. He spent his early years in Pender, Nebraska, where he graduated from Pender High School in 1967. Roy entered the United States Navy in 1968 and retired from the Navy as a Chief Petty Officer with 22 years of service to his country. He then worked in and around construction for a number of years.
He was a dedicated member of Parkview Wesleyan Church in Chesterfield. He served his church by doing maintenance and "fix-it" work in the church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and the time he spent with Barbara at their Minnesota cabin.
Survivors include his wife, Barbara (Newman) Amick, married 49 years; sisters, Mary Switzer and Marsha Carman, all of Anderson; three brothers, Brad (Cindy) Amick, Charles (Barb) Amick, all of Alexandria, and Eric (Tammy) Amick of Summitville; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Services honoring Roy's life, legacy and faith will take place at noon Friday, Nov. 1, 2019, at Parkview Wesleyan Church, 27 E. Main St., Chesterfield. Pastors Jeremy Armiger and Jim Lo will officiate. Interment with military honors will follow in Marion National Cemetery in Marion.
Friends may call at the Parkview Wesleyan Church in Chesterfield on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. or after 11 a.m. Friday at the church preceding the service.
Memorial contributions are suggested to Parkview Wesleyan Church with envelopes available at the services.
Owens Funeral Home is honored to care for Roy and serve the Amick family.
Online condolences: www.owensmemorialservices.com.
Published on October 30, 2019

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