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In memory of Shane Roy

Created by Family Of Shane Roy

Shane Roy

Shane is my oldest son. He is the brother to Jeffrey, Gregory, Jason and Mark. He was not only my son but my friend, and my life will never be the same as before I lost him.
Shane was a strong healthy young man who never had a bad word to say about anyone. He always tried to look at the bright side of things. He never dwelled on the negative things that might come our way!
He was going to be a plumber; he had been working in the field for several years. He worked hard but also liked to party and have fun with his friends when he was not working.
Shane used to say, "Don't worry Mom, everything is okay!"
He is missed by all of us, and his loss has changed us all. WE MISS HIM!!

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Guest Book


1. Angela Gwynn Mother Of Dallas Nguyen
Donna, I am so sorry you have lost Shane. I know... how your heart is aching. Unbelievably, all of our children, even after seeing others perish from drug abuse, never believed it would happen to them. I am so sorry. My love, thoughts and wishes for peace go out to you and your surviving sons. I have surviving sons too and the pain is so great. I wish you peace Donna. Shane will never, ever be forgoten! Love from Seattle...
2. Vicki Strausbaugh
I'm so sorry for your family. I know what your going through, I lost my son on October 22, 2007 from a drug overdose. You are in my prayers and thoughts. Vicki