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1924 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Alphonse Zachary Roy Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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January 11, 2017
Our deepest condolences to Al's family. Al was a special part of our Holy Trinity Catholic church family, and wonderful friend for many years. We sure will miss seeing him. He was a friendly and faithful man. I'll always remember his wonderful smile & the time he took to say hello to everyone he knew. God bless your beautiful soul Al.
January 9, 2017
We will miss "Al" and were privileged to hear all the stories from his military years and the great love and time he was able to share with his family. Know that he is at peace and wishing those yet to follow strength and comfort. Sincerely Roger and Kay Frank HT
January 9, 2017
Al was the father of my son-in-law, David Roy. I thank him for that. I would see Al on holidays when I was in Denver. He and Mary were gracious hosts and truly loved their family and especially the grandchildren. I was amazed when Al said he was going to drive to visit his family in Maine. That was only a few years ago, when he was close to 90. I was close to 80 but would never think of driving that far - and do all the driving myself. He was a tough one.
I thank the family for being his support and love and for making his remaining years so fulfilling.
Love to you all,
Paula Ewers