Obituary for Roy Baugh

Roy Baugh

Roy Baugh

Jul 17th, 1946 - Aug 1st, 2021
Jul 17, 1946
Aug 1, 2021
Visitation Date:
Aug 07, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Visitation Location:
Funeral Date:
Aug 08, 2021 at 2:00pm
Funeral Location:
Survived by:
sons: Dean:
grandchildren: Bailey
Mary Grace
siblings: Lemuel Baugh
Odell Baugh
Norman Baugh
Evelyn Osbon
Linette Wheelis
Debbie Baugh
Hollie Alford
Teresa Ferguson
along with numerous nieces and nephews;
his daughters-in-law: Sharon
and the mother of his children: Nova Smith
David Smith
Terry Baugh
Leon Christy
Steven Baugh
Eugene Harper
Erik Aswell
Brother William “Dub” Hatten

Biography: Roy Dean Baugh, Sr., was born on July 17, 1946 in the small community of Hog Hair, Louisiana. As one of seventeen

children, he learned at a young age how to be resourceful and persevere. He graduated from Eros High School and Louisiana Tech University where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics. He forged a successful career as a computer programmer with Ford, Bacon, and Davis and then at CenturyTel, where he retired. Roy passed away peacefully on August 1, 2021, after a long illness.
He was incredibly proud of his three sons, Dean, Jerrod, and
Duston and spent a lifetime coaching them from the
sidelines of basketball courts, football fields, baseball
diamonds, and tennis courts from the time they could each
hold a ball. He loved coaching and watching sports –
cheering the loudest for Alabama Football and Baylor
Women’s Basketball, but the Ruston Bearcat Football team
held the biggest place in his heart over the last few years.
He was a devout Christian and attended West Monroe
Primitive Baptist, and his faith in God and his church family
provided him peace, strength, and comfort throughout his
life. While he enjoyed hunting and fishing during his
retirement, he spent most of his time with and cheering for
his grandchildren, Bailey, Harper, Duston, Mary Grace, and
Roy was preceded in death by his parents, Ted and Mary
Baugh; brothers, Marshall, Melvin, and Richard; sisters Lois
Christy, Nancy Williamson, Brenda Aswell, Helen Lay, and
Marie Christy.
The family would like to thank the staff of Rosemont Assisted
Living Facility for their care of Roy during the last years of
his life and Brother William “Dub” Hatten for the countless
hours he devoted to Roy so that he could attend church
services and receive spiritual counseling until his death.