DS2 Roy May has passed away

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Re: DS2 Roy May has passed away

Postby paulechols on Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:33 pm

There was a service on Aug 4th 2012 to spread Roy's ashes out in his beloved Colorado Rockies. The service was well attended and a few ashes were kept in reserve to be spread out at Argentine Pass at an elevation of 13000 ft. A few of Roys friends are making the arduous journey in a week or so. So much time has passed but most of Roy's relatives did not live in Colorado and it just took time to coordinate the service.

If any of you knew Roy ,,, You would know that this is want he would have wanted. He loved Colorado and the mountain. If any of you served with Roy I would like to hear from you.
Paul A. Echols
Angleton, TX 77515

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