I met Roy many years ago in NJ. He was always fun loving. We lost touch for a while, but found each other again at a friend's memorial. It was because of Roy & the way he talked about North Liberty to me, that helped me make the decision to move here.
I will miss him, more than I can say. Tiger & BellyBoo miss him too. But we know we will see each other again. I cry for me & the hole you leave in my life, but I know you are in a better place now, Good-bye for now. We'll meet again someday.
I have known Roy for many years. I always learned something every time I talked to him. He was very proud of his Irish heritage and the Irish participation in service to America. He was a true artist in his craft. There are very few who have his skill. He left us much too soon. Peace be with you my friend.
I met Roy many years ago. He and Mark were clients of my insurance agency . I’ve since retired and lost track of Roy years ago , but he was a wonderful fellow who I enjoyed meeting and working with . My sympathy To his family
Dear Veronica and Family, My condolences. I met your lovely parents at Mercy Day in September. The loss of a child and sibling is also a loss of part of a family's history and traditions. I light real candles so will light one for Roy. My regrets that I never met him. Peace to all, Mary C. McCarthy