Roy Lynn Joslin, 60 years of age of Alexander, Arkansas went to be with the lord on August 16, 2021, He was born on May 8, 1961 in Benton, Arkansas.
He was preceded in death by his father and Mother: Roy George Joslin and Dorothy Jearnline Jones Joslin of Alexander, Arkansas. Grandparents: Charlie and Viola Jones of Bauxite, Arkansas. Albert and Christina Joslin of Alexander, Arkansas. Lois and Francis Golden. Aunts and Uncles: AL Joslin Jr, Marjorie (Joe) Brown, Lillie (Jim) Pavey, Gladys (Ted) Warner, Shirley (Speedy) Spears, Dovie (Bruce) Childress, Jimmy Joslin, Wanda Rousaville, Mary Abbott, Paul (Wanda) Joslin, Billy Jones, Johnny Jones, Charlie Jones Jr., Joyce Jones Welch and Sandy Jones.
He is survived by his brother: Leon (Gena) Joslin. 6 Honorary brothers: Bob (Marie) Colburn, David (Pattie) Burchfield, Ralph Gift, Joe (Crystal) Godwin, David Hobby and Tim Blankenship. 2 Nephews: Bruce (Heather) Joslin and Carl (Kandace) Striegel. 4 Nieces: Bethany (Staurt) Mitchell, Valerie (Patrick) Hayley, Heather Jo (Leo) Baker, and Nicole (Mike) Godwin. Great Nephews and Nieces: Lance (Haven) Sowell, Hunter Allen, Blake Allen, Delinna Joslin, A.J. King, Adyen Striegel, Lakelyn Joslin, Halona Joslin, and Lilli Striegel. 1 Great Great Nephew: Sawyer Sowell. Aunts: Katy (Carl) Burchfield, Louise (Kenny) Davis, Pat (Wayne) Whitlow, Myrtle Jones, Peggy Jones, Mary Jones and Bernice Golden. Uncles: Johnny Terry, Michael (Norma) Jones, Sterling Jones, Haroce Abbott, Max Skaggs and Donald Hines. As well as several Cousins, great cousins, great great cousins and many friends he called family.
He was a truck driver, oil rig worker, tug boat worker, coal miner, heat and air man, fabricator, a mentor, firefighter and 1st Responder. He loved John Deere Tractors, fishing, old country music and old movies. He loved his family, friends, God, community, country living and the United States of America.
Roy would give the shirt off his back to help someone else. He was a joker and couldnt stand someone to have an unhappy face so he would make faces and tell jokes until they started smiling if not laughing. He was loved by all and will be greatly missed.
Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook is available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com.