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Scott ROY (07/30/1973 - 04/29/2012)

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ROY, Scott

Beloved by all those blessed to know him went home to the Lord on Sunday, April 29th, 2012. He was 38 years old.

Born July 30th, 1973 in The Dalles, OR. Scott grew up in The Dalles, OR and then attended Linfield College. He graduated with a degree in Health and Physical Education. Scott filled his life with amazing travels and experiences including backpacking in Europe after college. He taught middle school in The Dalles, OR. Scott married his wife, Tristin Olson-Roy, and moved to Hawaii for 2 1/2 years. He taught middle school in Hawaii and coached triathlon for Team Jet Hawaii. When they returned to the mainland, he worked as a Health Educator in Spokane, WA and was head coach to Team Blaze Spokane of 200+ members as well as coaching many people around the country. Scott and Tristin started the triathlon club Team Blaze Spokane in 2004 ( Scott was an amazing father, husband, and coach who always gave more than he took. Those who knew him were blessed by his encouragement and generosity. To read more about his amazing life go to

Scott is survived by his son Reece Roy, wife Tristin Olson-Roy, mother Carlene Roy, father Joe Roy, sister Brandi-Jo Naiman, nephew Ricky Naiman, step-mother Christie Roy, step-sister Erin Lowther, step-brother Ryan Lowther, Aunt Rita Borgos, cousins Erin Borgos, Paul Borgos, Megan Beals and her son Sawyer, Uncle Bob Roy, Aunt Cathy Davis, Uncle Dee Roy and cousins Nathan, Jonathan and Mary Roy, pets: Scooby, Barkley and Lulu, many friends from The Dalles, OR, Oahu, Hawaii, Spokane, WA and his huge extended family, Team Blaze Spokane.

Celebration of his life will be held Wednesday, May 9th at 1pm at Life Center Church, Spokane, WA. There will be a one mile run and reception to follow at Life Center Church. There is a Memorial Fund established for his son and wife: "Scott Roy Trust Fund" at Sterling Savings Bank.

"Ultimately, we all only get one journey through life and although at times it may not seem fair or feel overwhelming I truly believe that God has a plan for all of us. He doesn't give us more than we can handle and through us we can share His love with others. I believe that He sends special people into our lives that help guide us, believe in us and lift us back on our feet. I'm blessed to have so many of these amazing people in my life." - Scott Roy "ENJOY THE JOURNEY!"


Published in Spokesman-Review from May 6 to May 7, 2012