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Raymond Roy Jr. Obituary
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November 18, 2019

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November 8, 2019
I met Ray Roy when he asked me to coach football at St. Edwards. He had the zeal of a missionary when it came to selling me on coaching football at the school. His smile was infectious, his enthusiasm was awesome and his love for the school was over the top. I immediately accepted the job. Thirty four years later I'm still coaching because of him. I had not seen Ray in quite a while but I will still miss. Rest in Peace my friend.
November 8, 2019
Ray Roy was the first person I met when I began my coaching career at St. Edwards school. He was an amazing person who had an infectious smile and wit. He along with Tom York and several others turned the sports program around at the school. I had not seen Ray in quite a while but I always remembered the way the players always responded to his coaching. He was one of the people who stoked my passion for coaching. I will miss him.
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