Roy Dee Moody, Jr., 82, of Oklahoma City, entered the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ, March 27, 2020. Born June 4, 1937 in Cement, Oklahoma to R.D. and Bessie Moody, Roy was the oldest of two children. At the age of sixteen, he gave his life to Christ at Belmont Baptist Church, Odessa, Texas. Roy graduated from Cement High School and went on to graduate from Wayland Baptist University. On January 1, 1960, he married Sharon Scott. They had two daughters Janay and Lisa. For over twenty years, Roy pastored churches in Texas, Oklahoma and Washington. He first pastored Bethel Baptist Church in Elliott (Bugscuffle), Texas. He then pastored Lake Wichita Baptist Church, in Wichita Falls, Texas. He served as pastor of the First Baptist, Elgin, Oklahoma and then moved to serve as pastor at Summitview Baptist Church in Yakima, Washington. Roy returned to Oklahoma to pastor First Baptist Church Tonkawa. He then ministered over eight years at Garnett Road Baptist Church in Tulsa. Roy went on to serve for twenty years as a denominational leader in Oklahoma and Kansas/Nebraska. He first served as Associate Director of Evangelism for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. He then became the Director of Evangelism for the Kansas/Nebraska Baptist Convention and then added the additional role of Director of Missions for the Western Kansas Baptist Association. After "retiring", Roy served as an interim pastor, a senior adult minister and a pastoral care minister. At the time of his death, Roy was serving at Quail Springs Baptist Church.Roy was a faithful servant of God. He was filled with kindness, compassion and grace. He was an encourager and mentor to numerous people. His wisdom, leadership and love will be greatly missed. He truly epitomized Christ-likeness.Roy was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and brother. His family has been blessed to be the recipients of his godly example. Whether at work or at home, he consistently displayed the love of Jesus. His legacy continues on in his family: his wife Sharon, his daughters, Janay Stephens and Lisa Sanders, his sons-in-law, Michael Stephens and Gary Sanders; his grandchildren, Rustin Sanders, Zach and Elisabeth Stephens; his great-grandchildren, Zayd, Seraya and Lillen Sanders; and his brother, Dale Moody and his wife Retta and their children.Although Roy may not be with us any longer, his impact lives on. "His master said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.'" Matthew 25:21"Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your toil is not in vain in the Lord" I Corinthians 15:58In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Deaf Ministry at Quail Springs Baptist Church.