As an OSU fan myself I can understand and appreciate the tribute. He worked for my father, Jim Swain, when I was young and I remember talking with him when we would visit Dad on one of the houses they were building.
What wonderful and fun memories you must have of him. All my best to you and your family. Kathy Swain
reola and family i am so sorry for your loss.I loved working with you both at church.i just read the obituary today my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. sincerely Tessa Elder
Our thoughts and prayers goes out to you on you loss. We have been away from Onio for 17 yrs now and live in Anderson South Carolina. It was a long time ago when I last saw you two.
I will remember all of the great work you did for your chruch. I had several people see my name and ask if I was related to you. I was always proud to say that I was.
We hope to get back in Ohio in August. My wife and I our photographers now and travel around the country taking pictures.
I am the son of Harold and Corine Mirace.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family.
Robert and Linda Miracle
Dear Reola and Julie,
Fellowship time between services just won't be the same without Roy. His smile as he served coffee was something to look forward to on Sunday mornings. God bless and keep you.
Reola and family, Our condolonces on the passing of Roy. I worked with Roy in the mid sixties & early seventies on many Swain houses including my own. Roy was an expert craftsman and good friend, liked by all. He will be missed. Dick & Marilyn Smith
Reola and family, My deepest sympathy and condolonces on the passing of your dear husband Roy.. I had known Roy for many years when I lived in Newark. I worked with him in the sixties and seventies until I moved to AZ. Roy was always a great friend . My prayers are with Roy, you and the family.
Calvin Varner (Mansfield, Ohio) and Helen
I'm sorry that I won't be able to make the calling hours but I wanted to let you know how much Roy will be missed. You are two of the nicest people I know and his loss will leave a huge void at the First U.M. Church. I remember teasing both of you on several occasions when you were working late at night at the church preparing food for a meal that you should just bring cots and spend the night. And there was the time when my daughter was locked out of the house and Roy tried to help her get in. He was a very kind man. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Reola and family. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Roy worked on the first home I had built in 1965 and did fine work. God now has a good carpenter to help him.
Reola, I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my husband in December, so I know what you are going through. My husband was 47. You were very blessed to have so many happy years together. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Reola and family, Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all today over the
passing Of Roy. We thought so much of Roy. You both were always so special to us.
Our Love and Prayers, Chuck & Mary Arny