Lee Roy Rix was born on April 9th 1973 to the parentage of the Late Willie Leroy and Carolyn Cooper-Cook. Lee was loved by a lot of people for being good-hearted, generous, loving and funny, He loved cutting up and being silly. He really liked to make people laugh. He believed the world had enough sadness in it so he tried to bring joy and happiness to those around him. He liked Shells, clowns, music and just about all music. He wanted to learn how to play the violin and guitar. He loved to read mostly fiction but would read anything. He loved lights and his favorite holiday was Halloween. He liked knives, swords, and axes. His favorite movies were O Brother, Boondock Saints, The last Samurai and Hocus Pocus. His favorite colors were red and blue. He believed that your word was your bond. He tried to do what he said. He was a hard worker and never thought he was too good to do any job. He felt everyone was equal and tried to treat everyone the same. He strongly believed that family came first and that the man provided. He truly was a good-hearted person who always tried to be helpful, happy, loving and kind, all the way to the very end. He truly was one of the bright lights that have come upon us and that light will be forever missed. He touched the lives of those around him, so his body may be gone but his spirit, love, deeds, will never be gone or forgotten. He will forever be with those he left behind until the day comes when his light can shine once more to guide them home. There are no good byes only we’ll see you again. We love you and miss you a great deal.
He is preceded in death by his parents; son Gabriel Leroy.
He’s survived by his Son Tyler Cory; brothers Scotty Cook, Robin Cory, and Christopher Shane Rix; a companion love Kim Lee
Serenity Funeral has charge of arrangements