In Loving Memory of Roy Franklin Styner

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Roy Styner of Red Deer passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at the age of 84 years. He leaves behind his beloved wife Nora of 61 years; his two sons Leland (Ellen) and Parker (Carina); two granddaughters Ellysa (Brendon) and Jenny (Tanner); and one sister Edy. He was predeceased by his son Marlin in 2014, his parents Louis and Blanche Styner (Higbie), and 11 siblings, Dick, Harold, Don, Bob, Ralph, Viola, Alice, Dorothy, Lucille, Jean, and Shirley.

Roy was born at Rabbit Lake, Sk. and lived at Robinhood until 1946 when the family moved to the Innisfree area. Later Roy moved to Edmonton where he met the love of his life Nora, and in 1958 they were married and started a family. They relocated to Red Deer in 1970 where they have continued to reside.

Throughout his life, Roy had many different jobs from being a heavy equipment operator to driving a Taxi, Gravel Truck then to Long Distance Hauling from Edmonton to California. He designed and built Motor Homes, was a Realtor, and finished his career as a successful car salesman in Red Deer. Roy was a dedicated family man, loved animals, enjoyed family camping, liked traveling, he was active in the community, an avid skier, golfer, and curler. Roy was a member of the Sunnybrook United Church and sang in the choir.

He had a great sense of humor and loved nothing more than being with family and laughing to the point of tears. He was always ready to lend a hand with any project or repair, and at times would take the lead hand when welcomed and make sure it was done properly. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends and will forever be in our hearts.

The family plans to have a Celebration of Roy’s Life at a future date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Roy’s name may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories (www.alzheimer.ab.ca) or the Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (formerly Canadian Paraplegic Association (Alberta) ) at https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/spinal-cord-injury-alberta/

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Joanne Styner (Mitton)

Aunty Nora, Leland, Parker and family my heart goes out to you all during this terribly sad time. I have so many great memories of Uncle Roy. All the family reunions we had as children, Uncle Roy was so energetic and full of fun. And he had a great sense of humour. I will hold dear all the great memories I have. Joanne Styner (Mitton)

Sean Traverse

R.I.P. Uncle Roy. You led a great full life and we won’t ever forget it.

Jane Wedman

Our sincere sympathies to you Nora, Leland and family and Parker and family. May Roy rest in peace. He will be with always in the memories you made together and in your heart. Our love and prayers goes out to you. Albert & Jane

The Campbells (Millie and family)

We are saddened to hear of Roy’s passing Nora. We all remember Roys smile and sense of humour. Your friendship with mom is one that has seen you both through many hills and valleys and one that she has always treasured. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Much love the Campbells.

Bill Hanrahan

So sorry to hear about Roy Nora. He had some tough years and I can personally relate to what the two of you experienced. Roy was a fine guy and I know he will be missed by many friends . You will get through this sad time in your life with the help of your family and friends and many good memories of your lives together. All the best to you☘️

Janice Gerdts and Robert Mast

So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that he is now in God’s care. He is at peace. Sending you “socially distant” hugs.

Love Janice and Robert

Brent and Debbie LaBrosse

Nora, Debbie and I were deeply saddened to hear of Roy’s passing. I so enjoyed the 8 years of singing with Roy at Sunnybrook and him being my partner in crime bugging the soprano’s. I will miss the great chats we had before and during service and the many laughs we shared. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless!

Doris Stollings

Dear Nora and family
Thinking of all of you as you go through this very difficult time. I will always remember Roy with fond memories as a neighbor and a friend. He will be truly missed.
Pleas accept my most sincere condolences.
Sincerely- Doris

Jean and Keith Kline

We were very sorry to see that Roy has passed away. Nora, our sympathy to you and your family. I,Keith , always enjoyed my visit with Roy. We had many things in common to talk about. Roy will be missed by many.

Molly Nesom

Dear Nora and family:

I just want to say how much I cared for Roy. Being part of Sunnybrook Choir is so special for many of us and I have missed him the past few months. I will not forget how welcoming he was when I moved back to Red Deer and joined the choir again. I am also so sorry for your loss.

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Hello beautiful lady
Nora
so sad to see this news your amazing soulmate my Dad Roy passed in 200 he was only 60.
know that although we are not suppose to pick favourites we do. amazing people are never forgotten remain in our hearts and prayers always. Blessed to have my treasured SB SKATING FAMILY!!
yup skating without worry of falling now in heaven with many like Howard & my Dad brother nephew !!
sad loss here while
Heavens Birthday imagine the welcoming homecoming.
a short drive maybe not so much hugging but chatting if needed please call I know you have the list!!
sending cyber hugs Love Always Cynthia

John and Leona Phillips

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to you Nora and family. We remember with fondness the many years you were our neighbors here on Dobler Ave. I was recalling an early fall rain and sleet storm we had, I believe it was in 1997, Roy was quick to arrive on the scene with his chain saw in hand to tackle the destruction of fallen branches and trees. He was always so willing to lend a hand. So sorry for your loss.

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