Roy Seneff

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Roy Darryl Seneff, 57, of Crosby, passed away suddenly in a tragic motorcycle accident. Roy was born in Houston on May 4, 1960, and graduated from North Shore Senior High in 1978. He had a passion for riding his motorcycle; he loved the freedom of the road. He had traveled many roads of the U.S. enjoying the sights and scenery, and he never went anywhere in his life where he did not make a friend. He was admired by so many and all loved him like a “brother.” His family and friends were everything to him. Roy's favorite Holiday was Thanksgiving, where he spent it with family and friends. He always looked forward to it. He worked at Worldwide Products in Pasadena, and was well-respected throughout the tool industry.

Roy was preceded in death by his mother, Gretchen G. Seneff; and his paternal and maternal grandparents, Harry C. and Lillian P. Seneff and Joseph E. and Ruth M. Dreistadt. He leaves behind his father, Richard W. Seneff and stepmother, Marilyn; brother Richard D. Seneff and wife, Wendy; sister, Susan L. Hinton and husband, Scott; nephews, Jason Otts and wife, Jennifer, Brian Otts and wife, Brandi, and Thomas “T.J.” Seneff and wife, Angelica; niece, Amanda Goodenow and husband, Daniel. He also has great-nephews, Jaden Otts and Jace Seneff along with great-nieces, Jocelyn Otts and Bristol Otts, and numerous cousins and a special aunt, Regina Caper.

Roy was blessed to have so many friends. He will be missed terribly.

Memorial services were held Saturday, Oct. 21, at Madisonville Funeral Home, with a Celebration of Life following at Yankees Tavern.

Roy participated with the charity “Lake Loons Toy Run," a charity to raise money for kids and families who are less fortunate during the Christmas holiday. This was his destination when his accident occurred. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to “Lake Loons,” care of Richard Seneff, 5151 Hearne Road, Bryan, TX 77808.

Arrangements were entrusted to Madisonville Funeral Home in Madisonville. Please visit Roy's online tribute page at www.madisonvillefuneralhome.com where you may also leave condolences for the family.

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