Roxy L. Meeks

May 04, 1945 ‒ November 30, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Roxy L. Meeks, age 73, of Mount Vernon passed away on Friday, November 30, 2018 at Riverside Methodist Hospital. She was born on May 4, 1945 in Mount Vernon to the late Waldo and Marian (Booth) Meeks.

Roxy was a joy to be around, she brightened everyone’s day. She enjoyed puzzle games, NASCAR, and people.  She was an avid Buckeyes fan and never missed a game.  Most of all she loved being around her family and friends.

She is survived by her sister, Linda (Rick) Latham; nephews, Kelly (Tonya) Latham; Niece, Jenny Latham; great-niece, Ashley (Jordan) Moore; great-nephews, Brett and Keara Latham.

Along with her parents, Roxy is preceded in death by her nephew, Todd Latham; great-nephew, Dalton Latham.

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  • We all loved Roxie! She never forgot you even if she had’t seen you in a while.. she loved teasing us as children and had a heart of gold.. she will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

  • We love you Roxy and my thoughts and prayer to Linda and Rick and family .And you will be missed. Sincerely Dan and Carolyn

  • We love you Roxy Poxy Puddin Pie! I love all the wonderful memories I have of playing in your room, doing your hair and nails, and getting and giving you hugs. I’m going to miss you so much. I know you are up above with all of our family laughing and smiling down at all of us. Linda and the rest of our family I love you all and I’m praying for everyone. Love, Bird…Anngie

  • So sad to hear of Roxy’s passing. She was my buddy growing up and she always had the latest Teen Beat and all those magazines. She never forgot my birthday and she knew the scoop in the neighborhood. Thinking of Linda and Rick at this difficult time. Hugs!

  • Roxy was a smiling face everywhere and would never forget you even,if it been awhile .My memory with her is she always had gum and would listen,to latest teen gossip .She loved having visitors and would talk my head off.I,will cherish these memories and chats with her.Rip.Prayers Linda and family.

  • To the family of Roxy Meeks,

    We are sorry for the loss of your loved one. Our heart goes out to you at this difficult time. Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead. 

  • So sorry to hear, Roxy was so special to all of my family. But I know she HAPPY to be with her Dad again. Linda and Rick you took such good care of her.

  • I’m sorry for your tremendous loss. I first met Roxy at Brett and Keara’s wedding. Roxy smiled from ear to ear. Every picture and encounter with her was just the same. Don’t be sad that she’s gone, rather happy with the love and memories she left with you.