Lee Roy  Rowlett
Graveside service for Lee Roy Rowlett, 58, of Cleburne, will be conducted at 11:00 A.M., Monday, February 17, at Baker-Lain Cemetery. Visitation 5-7:00 P.M., Sunday at the funeral home.

Lee Roy Rowlett passed away Thursday, February 13, 2020 in Fort Worth. He was born January 18, 1962 in Cleburne to Roy Lee and Johnnie Ruth (Baker) Rowlett. He was the manager of Rowlett Hardware. Lee Roy was a one of a kind! All the kids clung to him wherever he was. He loved riding his Harley. Lee Roy was admired at his family hardware store and customers always asked for Lee Roy whenever they came in the store.

Lee Roy is survived by his mother, Johnnie Baker; sister Tammy Schray; brothers, Rodney Rowlett and wife Paula, Michael Jake Rowlett and wife Jennifer; nieces Karrie Grundy, Jessica Bridges, Lori Rowlett, Amber Rowlett, Stephani Rowlett, Mindy Morris, Michelle Morris; nephews, Jimmy Joe Grundy, Trey Gundy, Aaron Rowlett, Russell Rowlett, Michael Morris and Matthew Morris.

Lee Roy is preceded in death by his, father, Roy Lee Rowlett, grandparents Bessie and Ralph Bowers and Skeets Baker.
Published on February 14, 2020


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Dale and Connie Shuck
Feb 21, 2020
What a sweet man. Dale and he would give one another a hard time. RIP Leroy. You will be missed.
dale and connie shuck
Feb 21, 2020
What a sweet man. Dale and him would give one another a hard time. RIP Leroy
Raymond Vasquez
Feb 18, 2020
My condolences to the family, God Bless you Leroy.
He was always so friendly and greeted me by name each time I walked in the store. Always willing to help. I will miss him.
Feb 16, 2020
Sorry for the families loss.Great class mate God's grace and all Comfort to you we're better for having known him
Randy, Tina & Christina
Feb 14, 2020
To know Lee Roy was to know his love for his family, his work and Mustangs.

Lee Roy "shined" at everything he did. He was exceptional at anything he set his mind to. He was a great paint & body man and an even better hardware store manager.

Lee Roy was a genuine friend. We worked, fished, golfed, vacationed, laughed and even swamped a boat together. Lee Roy will be forever in our hearts and missed by all.

Thanks for all the great memories. We love you, Lee Roy!