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July 21, 2018

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June 29, 2017
It has taken a while for me to decide that I'm ready to make my entry about my dad, I feel that words can't express my feelings.
Dad was always very thoughtful, I'd say that his direction would always be directed to Gods word. What would Jesus do? If you needed any direction he would help by looking to Gods word and prayer.
I miss the camping and fishing trips that we would take in the summer to Steamboat Springs, Seed house campground. All the family togetherness shared there was the best.
I miss the visits he would make to our home and the talks on the phone where we would share the events that had taken place since we last talked.
I miss taking my dad on 4x4 rides in the Rocky Mountains and the conversations we would have during the times we were together.
He was a great dad, I would call as often as I could sometimes just to see what the weather was like at his house.
I sure miss him, I know I'll see him again along with my other loved ones that know Jesus Christ as their savior and have gone on to eternity. I pray that others will find Jesus Christ and accept him as their savior as well. It is good to know where you are going after this short moment in time that we call a lifetime.
Dad left an impression on all that met him. Anyone would know that dad loved the Lord God.
Thank you God for giving me such wonderful God fearing parents.
This world was a much better place with Dad in it. That I'm sure is why God allowed him to stay here so long.
May 20, 2017
I have missed our golf outings. They ended several years ago, after he found it too uncomfortable to swing the clubs. On the golf course, any interruptions to our conversations were short lived. I was able to have four hour conversations with dad. Like all of his children there were times we each wanted private time talking with dad.
The fishing too ended years ago. You see, dad didn't like to sit still while he was fishing. You would not often find him sitting on a boat or alongside the bank of a lake sitting while fishing. He enjoyed fishing streams. The favorite of the family for years was the forks of the Elk river near Clark, CO. Dad's stability on uneven ground left him years ago.
I will miss his humor. That never did end. There are stories of humor up to the end of his ability to speak. Those if shared will be by others or privately. I may have obtained a bit of his humor. My siblings might say the form I have is often a strange mutation of the gene that was in my dad. My dad understood my humor and we could laugh together. My siblings may laugh at my humor as well.
I will miss our conversations about spiritual things. They too never ended. My dad loved God, His Word, and us. Those were major topics of conversation. The conversation might last several hours and move through many subjects, all centered on God. Often the subjects may span several visits. He did not talk about God for the love of God alone. He spoke of God because he loved the people he talked to. He had a love that he, for years, had modeled after the love of God.
I will miss many things now that dad is no longer here, but what I will most miss is my dad.
May 18, 2017
I knew Roy through my visits with Robin and Mark What a wonderful example of a man who loved Jesus and wanted to follow His ways.
May 18, 2017
Yvonne and I loved Brother Roy. I met him in 1977 when as a student at Denver Baptist Bible College, I attended the church in Northglenn. He always was happy and positive. He loved the bus ministry. We will surely miss him.
I will be praying for the family, in Christ, Kent Spencer