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Kyle S. Roy

02/16/1979 - 06/20/2019

Obituary for Kyle S. Roy

Kyle S. Roy age 40 passed away Thursday June 20, 2019. He is survived by children Nick Roy, Mikina Riley, Alyssa Marcum, Noah Roy; grandson Gabriel Roy; parents Cindy and Bob Wolf; siblings Kevin, Kraig, Kasey, David, Shauna and was also survived by many other family and friends. Kyle was preceded in death by his brother Keith Roy. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt 4 Fairfield Tuesday June 25, 2019 from 10AM until the time of the funeral service at 12NOON with Pastor Barry Wilson officiating. www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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25
Jun

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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Webster Funeral Home - Visitation 10-12 Tuesday 6-25-19/Funeral service 12PM Tuesday 6-25-19
3080 Homeward Way
Fairfield, OH 45014
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Kyle loved music and you couldn't stump him on songs from the 80s or 90s at all. If he liked a movie he'd watch it repeatedly. Kyle was proud of his carpentry skills and he built custom installations he'd photograph and share. He worked in architectural restoration for many years and he enjoyed being a part of restoring older homes. Many of his projects took him to large horse farms and he liked being in those spaces. Kyle loved his children and always talked about them. Every thing he experienced he related to one of his children in some way as he spoke of it. He enjoyed canoeing but when he discovered kayaking he preferred that. Sports were a part of his daily life. If in his car he was listening to ESPN. When he woke in the morning he turned on ESPN. After work each day he watched an hour of it too. He liked to think about the teams to beat and have a sense of where seasons would go. He also enjoyed a fun bet with a good friend on the outcome of a big game. Kyle liked to keep the house clean and would often dance as he worked. He liked to spoil people he cared about. Flowers stayed in the vase almost constantly. He would call his loved ones and check in often. His relationship with his grandmother Judy was very special to him. And as soon as anything was wrong he wanted to call his mom and brother. I can't mention everyone by name here but I spent many years with Kyle and he was a bright spirit who kept me laughing and made me feel loved. He was strong and beautiful.
- Dawn Shroyer

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