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July 17, 2018

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December 5, 2017
Roy, you will be sorely missed. I enjoyed your friendship all these years, from flying my plane to the Abacos, to sailing your boat up the coast and everything in between. Your commitment to environmental preservation and to know what is right was taught to your many students to carry on your legacy. It will not be the same without you.
December 2, 2017
We were blessed to have crossed paths with Roy, a few decades back in my case. He was a gentleman and a scholar, and he spent lifetime fighting for causes that we all know and love. To say Roy's was a life well lived would be a gross understatement.
He was a knight crusading for Mother Nature.
RIP, Sir Roy.
November 30, 2017
Fair winds and following seas. Always enjoyed your visits. You will be missed.
November 29, 2017
Roy King was my favorite teacher at Thomasville High School back in the 1970's. He made learning fun and was one of those teachers that one never forgets; one that influences your life. If I had known he was living in the area, I would've loved to have had the chance to tell him that. The love of biology he instilled in me has ballooned into a 36 year nursing career. Sounds like he had a wonderful life and was loved by many. He will be missed. Lisa Singletary Johnson