Roy was my grandpa he was so fun to play with and he loved all of us so much.
Roy was my brother in law, I always liked talking to him the way he would get so into the story he was telling, you could see the excitement in his face and he would be like bro I'm telling ya the you the truth 😂👊.
Going to miss the great stories
Love ya Roy
I just sit here shaking my head. I am having difficulty believing I am writing this for Roy. Although Roy and I didn't see much of each other after he moved to MN with his family Facebook brought us back together. We always would chat on FB. We had many of the same values. Our friendship connection was the love of fishing. We fished WI together at Nekoosa, northern WI at a lake in Northern WI. We even had the chance to fish together in Canada. The time stuck together in a boat with someone forces you to get to know them pretty well. Many fond memories fishing and video taping those experiences. Roy and I first met at Aurora Pump back in the early 80's. What a gift to our country, his family and his friends. You will be missed Roy. You will be missed. Sue my sincerest condolences. May God extend his loving arms around you and your family!
My heart goes out to Dieter and Karen. Though I did not know Roy I heard stories about him from his proud father. To pass on while still in the prime of his life is a tragic loss for his parents and personal family. I am sure he will be missed by all that knew him. May he rest in peace.