Dear Aunt Lily and Family ,
Just heard about Uncle Roy. My deepest Sympathies. I have such cherished memories of many Christmas spent together. I felt so honored to have you both as my God parents Love Susan Campbell Echols
Aunt Lilly and Family,
It is with deep appreciation I remember you and Uncle Roy. Among my most treasured memories are the gatherings with Mother's family in the week between Christmas and New Year's at 3043 Dickerson. Uncle Roy was always such a fun person to be with and his smile was indeed contagious. May God strengthen you at this time of sunset down here, but Sunrise up There.
Jack and Mary Watson
Debbie & Rick and family -I'm so sorry for your loss-I sat next to Roy at a Chamber luncheon -he was so unassuming it wasn't until he stood to accept the accolades that I realized what he'd accomplished....a true gentleman-sincerely,
We extend our sympathies to the Campbell family .You have been blessed to have had such a wonderful man for so many years .
So sorry Lily, for your loss.I know he will be missed very much by all those who were fortunate enough to know him.
We regret we are unable to attend the memorial.
Lance and Mira Piper and family
Roy was a wonderful and cherished friend of the Isaac family. He was a fun-filled, generous, open and dear companion to Joyce and Don Isaac and he will be sorely missed.
Our sincerest sympathy to Lily and family. We were truly blessed by having such wonderful neighbours as you when we moved to Windsor. Celebrate a life well-lived, and you'll find strength you need to carry on in each other.
Lilly and Family,
We wish to extend our deepest sympathies for your loss.
Anthony Mariotti and Staff