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Roy Lee McCree, Jr.

December 10, 1984 ~ May 4, 2019 (age 34)
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Roy “Man” Lee McCree Jr. was born to Roy Lee McCree and Cynthia Ann McCree on December 10, 1984 in Stuttgart, Germany.  


Man graduated from Dothan High School in 2003 then continued his education at Wallace College in the Non-traditional welding program. For many years he traveled the southern United States as an independent welding contractor. Upon returning to Dothan, he began employment in uniform security with DSI. Man, later transitioned to mentor young men as a group leader with the Pathways New Direction Program in Enterprise. Injury later forced man to retire from the workforce.

Man began a relationship with the Lord at a young age. This relationship was developed under the leadership of Bishop Junior Carroll at House of Prayer in Dothan. Man, later went on to fellowship at Holy Temple Ministries in Dothan, guided by his 
father, Pastor McCree.


Man is preceded in death by his grandparents: Arthur and Carrie Saffold, Aaron and Sadie McCree; his uncle: Aaron McCree Jr.; his aunts: Betty Ray, Mary McCree, Joann Byrd and Mary Jane Saffold.

The Lord called him home on May 4, 2019 at Southeast Health. 
Man leaves behind the following family members to cherish his loving memories his parents: Pastor Roy and Elect Lady Cynthia McCree of Dothan, Alabama; one sister: Stacey McCracken of Dothan, Alabama; one brother: Roy McCree III (Deja) of Fort Bragg, North Carolina; four uncles: Arthur Saffold (Deborah) of Cowarts, Alabama, Charlie Saffold (Yvonne) of Gordon, Alabama, Richard McCree (Julie) of Dothan, Alabama, and Jerome McCree (Tamara) of Dothan, Alabama; three aunts: Darlene Moore of Dothan, Alabama, Myshell Sol (Randy) of Gordon, Alabama, Shandora McCree of Dania, Florida; special roommate cousin: Tambria Thomas of Dothan, Alabama; his sweet babies: Tailyn and Anyla of Dothan, Alabama; his longtime love and 15-year sweetheart: Deanna Lee of Dothan, Alabama; and a host of cousins and other relatives and friends.



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