LeRoy V. Kenney, 78, of Bryan, Texas, passed away on April 21, 2021. LeRoy was born on June 14, 1942, in Clinton, Oklahoma. He spent his childhood growing up in Oklahoma with his siblings.
As a young man, LeRoy went to college at Oklahoma State University and got a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. During his time in college LeRoy met the love of his life, Ann. They married on June 13, 1964, and have been happily together since.
After graduating college, LeRoy began his career. He became president of Lilly Dairy Products in Bryan, Texas, and was also a farmer and rancher. In LeRoy’s spare time he loved taking trips to Africa, Germany, Mexico, and the Caribbean with his lovely wife. He also enjoyed hunting, skiing, and watching Nascar races.
The most important thing in LeRoy’s life was family. He adored his loved ones and was especially proud of his beloved grandchildren. His family will always remember the times they spent together on the farm, travelling to Mexico, and enjoying each other’s company during the holidays.
LeRoy was active in many organizations. He was a proud member of the Dairy Farmers of America, the National Rifle Association, and the American Angus Association. He was also an avid supporter of President Donald Trump.
LeRoy was a loving, generous, and caring man who was quiet, but had a great sense of humor. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
The memories of LeRoy are cherished by his wife, Ann Kenney; children, Kimberly Krause, Georgie Kenney, LaDonna Medina and husband Henry Medina; grandchildren, Kirsten Krause, Cory Krause and wife Shelby Krause, Cameron Krause and fiancé Alicia Vandivort, Henry Medina Jr., Hudson Medina, Harrison Medina, Toni Becerra, Amanda Becerra, Johnna Becerra and fiancé Shailourie DeLeón, Nicole Becerra; 10 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren; and sibling, Pat Dalrymple and husband R.L. Dalrymple. LeRoy is reunited with his parents, Vance and Pauline Kenney; brother, Bill Kenney; nephew, Chad Dalrymple; and in-laws, Roy and Pauline Barnes.
The family would like to say a special thank you to Marcelo and Hilda Acevedo for over 35 years of dedication and hard work to the family, all of the caring staff at Bryan CHI St. Joseph Hospital, Amedisys Hospice, Melissa with Traditions Home Health, and LeRoy’s loving grandson, Henry Medina, Jr., who has been an amazing caregiver and chauffer.
Donations in LeRoy’s honor can be made to the Aggieland Humane Society and Victory Junction. The family will be having a private celebration of life.