In Memory

Roy Irving

Died December 11, 2014 - Gone but not forgotten.


Your Fellow Classmates 

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12/20/14 03:38 PM #2    

Lynn Baker (Alent)

I was so glad Roy joined us for some of the class luncheons. We always had a good laugh.

May he rest in peace.


Lynn Baker Alent

12/20/14 07:42 PM #3    

Patricia DeNoto (Ranney)



Roy was a gentle soul.  May he rest in peace and his family be comforted by the memories.  



12/21/14 12:35 AM #4    

Jeffery Dubitsky

I knew Roy very well and he was a really great guy to know and get along with.     He will be missed by all.                                    



12/24/14 01:31 PM #5    

Samuel Crino

Roy and I were in both elementary school and High school together.  I really wanted to see him at the last reunion but sadly he did not attend.  A little part of me died when I heard the news.  Goodbye my friend,  the best damn dodge ball player at 36 school. Sadly, Sam Crino

12/25/14 07:46 AM #6    

Irving Zwirn

Roy and I first met in Grammar school when the teacher called out "Irving" and we both answered.  Through the years, in many classes, and after Franklin, he was always a wonderful, caring person.  He will be very much missed and will live on in the memories of all those lives he touched.  My condolences to his family.

12/25/14 06:51 PM #7    

Nancy Hafner (Montgomery)

I have had the pleasure of knowing Roy since 36 school. He was always a kind and gentle person. We had some good talks on the occasions when some of us met for breakfast. He will be sadly missed and my condolences go out to his family. May you rest in peace Roy. Sincerely, Nancy (Hafner) Montgomery

12/25/14 10:29 PM #8    

Donna Johnson

My condolences to Roy's family and I am certain he will be missed.  I also attended #36 School with Roy and remember how walking to and from school he and a couple of my other classmates teased me by grabbing my hat (in the middle of winter) and would run away with it until I thought my ears were frozen. We had fun.  See you on the other side Roy!


12/26/14 04:54 PM #9    

Linda Blair (Coulter)

 Roy's special kindness was what I will remember most.   He was "there" for me in #36 school and then again at our BFHS 25th Reunion.  My condolences to his family.

12/26/14 05:17 PM #10    

Judith Koehler

I worked with police officers whom Roy supervised.  They spoke highly of him, which in itself gives testimony to the quality of his character.   Our son in law enforcement also says he had a stellar reputation for his integrity and his work ethic.  Those of us who knew him know that all too well.  Judy

12/27/14 05:16 PM #11    

Kathleen (Kathy) Szwajkos (Marcus)

Roy was always nice to everyone at Franklin.  Truly a great guy.  I've kept up with his life through my brother-in-law, Glenn Marcus, as Glenn was a Captain in the Monroe Co. Sheriff's Dept. and was in the same Country Club as Roy and they played golf together frequently.  Glenn always said what a true gentleman he was and how sorry everyone was when he got ill.  I know we all would have liked to see Roy at the 50th Reunion, but it was not to be.  May you be golfing in heaven, Roy and having a great game.

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