Boyle, Roy James

Boyle, Roy James

April 12th, 2019

Unexpectedly, at University Hospital on Friday, April 12, 2019, in his 63rd year. Beloved husband of Denise for 45 years. Loving father of Cory (Kate) Boyle, Chris Boyle (Adie Abbott), Amy (Neil) Davis. Dear brother of Roger (Rita), John, Chris (Norma), Margaret, and Marilyn (John). Cherished grandfather of Noah, Ethan, Aubrey, Parker and Nolan.  Predeceased by grandson, Elliott Boyle. Also missed by several nieces, nephews and in-laws. Roy had two loves, family and finding excuses to spend time with family. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where a celebration of Roy’s life will be held on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Roy are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Mike JerryRoy's Family, Thinking of all at this sad time. I am a member of the Golfing Fraternity from the Insurance and Collision Repair Industry that Roy was and later Roger joined. I will sincerely miss one of our founding travelling group, whether Michigan, Myrtle Beach or warmer climates.. I was so looking forward to spending time with Roy and the rest of the gang next month at our annual Seaforth Classic and hearing Roy’s infectious laugh from trading barbs with our fellow golfers. I met Roy when he ran 'the show' at Axa and became a valued customer of mine. . We hit it off as I will fondly remember Roy as a 'principled, hard working, honest man, who spoke 'so highly' of his family which lead us to become friends outside of work. Along with his stories of travelling with Roger across Canada, I treasured being one of the few Golf Partners to know which ear to speak to... I vividly remember Roy almost falling off his chair in hysterics at our friends annual church golf tournament when our friend was the Master of Ceremonies. Roy will be missed. I hope that your happy memories comfort you through the coming days.
Roslyn French SangesMy heart breaks hearing of Roy's passing. I first met Roy through Axa Insurance whilst working within the Insurance Industry in Vendor Relations. Roy ALWAYS made time to either take my calls or return my calls, he never felt he was too important. Through messenger on FB he talked about his role in Vendor Relations and called them "Frustrating Bunch" You will be missed by many Roy! Rest in Peace my Friend. Roslyn
Cheryl & Ron LeyesWe are so sorry to hear of Roy’s passing at such a young age. He was a very proud husband, Dad and Grandfather who truly loved his family. Our thoughts are with you.
Bill Concannon Boyle Family, I know how close your family is and it breaks my heart knowing how hurt you all must be. Roy was an extraordinary person. I don’t believe he ever had an enemy as he was so fair and kind throughout his life. He spoke very highly of his entire family, which I’m sure you all know. We will all miss his loving and gentle soul. Stay strong, family. May God give all of you the strength in order to get through this. Be blessed.
Kathy St. GermainDenise, I cannot believe this, it is not fair, I remember when you two met and attended your wedding. Now he is gone and what a man he was. Never said an unkind word and loving. You had your perfect mate, I don't know what more to say. Your family has suffered a huge loss and I wish I was there so that I could hug you and say it will get better, but I cannot. Stay strong and know how much he was loved and that you will all be together again one day! Love always, rest in peace Roy. Kathy St. Germain
Tim and Connie BaileyDeepest condolences from us and the staff at Oxbow Glen Golf. We always appreciated his smile, his kindness, and his love of golf. He will be missed.
Doug & Janet MacKey & familyOur deepest condolences to the Boyle family.
Sandra Meads-CampbellVery sad to hear about Roy It was a pleasure to know him. I met him when we both worked at AXA Insurance. Deepest Condolences to the family that meant the world to him . Rest in Peace Roy
carmen vidottoDear Denise and Family, I was very saddened to hear of the unexpected and sudden passing of my long-time colleague (and great boss) Roy. I have a heavy heart knowing that he was taken so early. Always positive and quick with a laugh, Roy certainly made a tough job with tough parameters bearable and even enjoyable. Roy was my boss for many years. His grasp of the subtle politics and firm judgment made my job as an appraiser easier. Even after his role changed, we still kept in touch and I appreciated his counsel with some of the tougher issues. I always appreciated his help and guidance at work. I am sad for you all, and I am sad for myself too, having lost a great colleague and friend. My deepest condolences, Carmen Vidotto
Mike&Anita Foster& familyOur deepest sympathy to the Boyle family.
Terry and Irene McManusTo Denise and all the Family Our deepest sympathy for your loss of a husband, father and grandfather who so deeply loved his family and in return, was so deeply loved.
Mariellen GloverMy heart felt sympathy to the Boyle family. I had the privilege to work with Roy for several years. Always a gentleman and the ultimate professional, he will be missed.
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