Welcome to your updated Tribute Fund site to Roy.
We hope that you find it a positive place of comfort and inspiration for you to visit whenever you want or need to.
Sent by St Elizabeth Hospice on 19/04/2017
Happy Birthday Dad. Thinking of you always. . . Xxxxxx
Sent by Hayley Bond on 25/04/2016
Roy,my wonderful brother,just 11 months older than me,gone but will never be forgotten.We grew up in Norfolk & as young children we had a very happy upbringing.As we lived only a stonesthrow from our Grandads farm that's where we played.Yes,things were very different then,not much dangerous machinery so we were allowed to run & play wherever we wanted,happy days.We always had great fun when our cousins came to stay,sleeping on the bedroom floor so the adults could have the beds,such happy memories.Roy loved his fishing which he got into when he was very young & that stayed with him throughout his life.I can remember going to Lowestoft pier as a family & I had a crab net,he had a rod,he always kept an eye on what I was doing & quite often telling me what I was doing wrong,I didn't mind as he always did it in a careing way..That was Roy,kind,gentle,honest,loyal & always very helpful,I feel so lucky & proud he is my brother,yes IS,as I feel him with me all the time.Love & miss him so much...Maureen xxx
Sent by Maureen muncey on 22/12/2015