Canby Funeral Chapel
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Obituaries & Tributes
Roy Delbert Harvey
date of birth May 8 1940
date of death October 29 2020
Roy was born May 8th 1940 in Gresham, Oregon to Gordon & Ethel Harvey.
Roy was an identical twin to his brother Keith Harvey who proceeded him in death.
Roy grew up in Gresham, Oregon & graduated from Gresham High School.
Roy served in the US Army stationed at White Sands Missile Base in El Paso, Texas.
Roy met Judy Mc Gibbon and they were married January 3rd, 1960. They had four children.
In 1975 Roy and Judy moved their family to Canby, Oregon where he was living until his passing.
He is survived by his 4 children; Brenda Walton, Marty Harvey, Suzee Hansen & Dale Harvey; as well as his 8 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild.
Roy loved family, travel and was always a joker. He will be remembered for his fun loving personality.
Donations can be made in Roy’s memory to the American Heart Association.
We hope to gather at a later date for a celebration of Roy’s life.
9 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Staff at Canby-Molalla Funeral Chapel Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Brenda Walton Dad, My heart is broken. The memory's you leave us as a father are one's we will always cherish and remember. The love you gave to your children was truly a gift. I will miss you always and forever. Your loving daughter, Brenda
Candle lit by Tawni Ballard Fly high Gramps. You were one of the best. Kiss Gran for me. Xoxo
Candle lit by Laura and Joseph Garner Rest in Peace Uncle Roy.
Candle lit by Jessica Thomas Love you grandpa !
Candle lit by Cammie Walton Words can’t express, how broken my heart is. Best man I’ve ever known! In my thoughts always. I love you Grandpa.
Candle lit by Christopher Harvey Love and miss you lots.
Candle lit by Suzee Hansen I love you daddy! I will always remember the fun times we had and your love for us. My heart and I miss you so much. I'll always remember when we played Underdog. I'll remember you always signing Elvis songs pretending you were him. Memories I will carry in my heart forever. Thank you for making us laugh!
Candle lit by Curtis Eckert Roy, I am so glad to have known you. You always had a smile on your face, and a joke to tell. You were a charismatic, and welcoming man. My family and I will miss you dearly. Be at peace, and give our love to Judy too.