ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Roxie McCasland Averett Blair 66 years old , born on August 11, 1945 and passed away on November 10, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 11, 2017
Awe Sis, just talked about you with Sam and Colton. We all miss you so much. 75
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 12, 2016
The years go by so fast....we get busy and forget how precious life is. Miss you so much!!!!!!
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 11, 2015
Miss you as much today as the day you left. I know you knew we were there with you. I sent my dog and horse to be with you and Dad. Love
Posted by Cheri Clymer on July 13, 2015
Here we are again. Gosh the time goes by so fast. Life just keeps us moving. Miss you & love you. 75 75 75
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 11, 2014
Thinking of you on this special day. Sharing funny stories about you and me with my friend Gaye. Wish you were here to have a cup of tea. Love you and miss you dearly!!
Posted by Cheri Clymer on November 10, 2013
Miss you every day. Wish I could call and we could have tea. Love!!!!!
Posted by Stacey Clymer on November 29, 2011
Aunt Roxie,
I will always remember your smile! It was always so warm and uplifting! You are so dearly missed and will forever remain in our hearts! I am so blessed to have gotten to have you in my life!!!!
Posted by Cheri Clymer on November 28, 2011
Dearest Sister,
I am missing you so much...I pick up the phone each day to call and then remember. You were and still are my dearest friend. We laughed, we cried, best friends my sister and I.

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Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 11, 2017
Awe Sis, just talked about you with Sam and Colton. We all miss you so much. 75
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 12, 2016
The years go by so fast....we get busy and forget how precious life is. Miss you so much!!!!!!
Posted by Cheri Clymer on August 11, 2015
Miss you as much today as the day you left. I know you knew we were there with you. I sent my dog and horse to be with you and Dad. Love
Recent stories
Shared by Robin Carroll on August 11, 2015

On April 15, 1994 I met this Dear sweet lady and there isn't a time that goes by that it was regrettable. I remember her alowing my children to climb the fence to visit her and her and her grandkids. I will always remember her getting a little tough with me when I did or said things that she had already ok'd. I will never forget how she took my children in as her grandkids and allowed them to call her "Grandma". They will never forget her and always remember her as such. She never minded them going to visit.When my granddaughter was born she would tell everyone that she was her granddaughter. She also had to ok the daycare that I put her in. She was like a mother to me. If i should have done or said something in a certain way, she would always let me know. I am so blessed that my family had the opportunity to know Roxanna and will never forget all she had done for us. She made us part of her family and for that we are grateful. We love you and will never forget you!

Shared by Kelly Averett-Jones on August 11, 2015

My Sweet Momma,

It seems like it's been forever since I heard your beautiful voice, saw that amazing Smile and was able to take you in my arms and tell you how much I love you. Days like today are so hard because I miss not only my Mom but also my best friend that I shared everything with and always knew no matter what that you would be there and would love me for me. I am so grateful for the time I had you and all of the memories I will cherish forever as well as all of those little blessings and lessons that I never knew meant so very much until you were gone. You gave me the most precious gift you could have, and that was my Faith that has truly become my foundation for life. You taught me to believe in myself and others, to stay strong when things seem impossible , and to follow my dreams and never give up because with God in my life and hard work you taught me I could accomplish anything I wanted!  For the first time since the year that you were called to join the Angels you loved so much, I have my own group of students again. I remember you telling me that my kids would bless me and teach me in ways I never thought possible! My group now is absolutely wonderful and they make me Smile and realize again why I love my job so much. They are truly excited about learning and are so willing and eager to please with my encouragement and an attitude that we can do anything as a classroom family. They understand that can't isn't in our vocabulary! Instead of being impossible, we are finding out that anything is within our grasp if we believe I'm possible and that we CAN do anything if we try!!! Those were some of the most precious lessons I was taught and am passing down to another group of fifth graders...You touched the hearts and lives of so many. One of my greatest wishes is to do the same and to allow others to see you in me and my actions. I remember you teaching me that "Cowgirls Don't Cry," and instead if life throws us off our horses, we need to stand up, brush ourselves off, smile, and get right back on facing that horse (bend in the road), doing the best we can while having Faith that our Awesome God is comforting and guiding us through the life HE has planned for us! Thank you for just being you and loving me unconditionally through all that life has offered! I love you to the Moon and Back and pray that as you are looking down on me that I make you proud! I miss you soooo much and will Love you forever and ever, Amen❤️❤️❤️