Roy-Blythe-Obituary

Roy Tinnin Blythe

Grand Junction, Colorado

Feb 23, 1950 – Mar 24, 2021

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BORN
February 23, 1950
DIED
March 24, 2021
LOCATION
Grand Junction, Colorado

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Roy Tinnin BlytheFebruary 23, 1950 - March 24, 2021Roy Blythe's life was interrupted on March 24, 2021, at the age of 71, when he died from complications due to pancreatic cancer. The final journey of his remarkable life began in the Spring of 2019 when he was feeling ill. He was diagnosed with...

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My heart sank when I heard about Roy’s passing. He fought a tough fight. Roy is my first cousin and I have very fond memories of him. I always thought he was so good looking & cool, he is 10 years older than me. And I was right! He lived a full and honorable life and will surely be missed by many. Know we are thinking of you during this sad time and will be there in spirit when you say your good bue’s. He had many loving family members in heaven to greet him. Hugs to all of you!

Roy Blythe will be truly missed by all. He was a great person to know & work with over the many years we knew him. Our thoughts, prayers & condolences go out to all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Roy was a wonderful, loving, and caring person. He always went to my parents house to have coffee and check on them. He looked at my parents as his own. Before the Covid Pandemic he would go get my dad and take him to lunch. He liked to talk about alot of things including his accomplishments in Architecture. He was proud of his kids and what they have become in life. He will be truly missed. I didn't get to see him much since I live in McKinney Texas.

Roy sent me a card when my brother passed away because he recognized the name from Saybrook. I always thought that was the kindest thing! The building he designed were amazing! I never realized Hope West was designed by him. It is such a peaceful and loving building! My thoughts are with you all.

Roy sent a card to me when my brother passed away, saying he recognized the name from Saybrook. I thought that was so kind of him! The buildings he designed in Grand Junction are amazing...he was very talented. I didn't realize he designed Hope West building...it is so peaceful and loving...a beautiful place. My thoughts are with the family during this time.