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A private family service will be held.
In memory of
Roy Richard Flaig
August 03, 1937 - October 12, 2019 - Age 82

Roy Richard Flaig passed away on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of the late Alice Flaig. Roy was born on August 3, 1937 to Richard & Elsie Flaig. On September 21, 1957 Roy married Alice Harty. Roy is survived by his four children, Patti (Jay) Pancoast, Rick (Audrey) Flaig, Garth (Shannon) Flaig and Pam (Sterling) Forseth; ten grandchildren and six great grandchildren; her sister-in-law Helen Flaig as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Richard and Elsie Flaig; his wife Alice on May 5, 2009; his siblings Philip and Kathleen and Alice’s parents Andrew and Barbara Harty. Roy loved to team rope in his younger years and held many ropings at his own arena. Roy enjoyed his time spent as a butcher at Safeway as well as being the owner/operator of Flaig’s Fencing. Over 30 years with the South Eastern Feeder Association proved to be most memorable. A special thanks to all staff of Carmel Hospice (St. Joseph’s Home). A private family service will be held. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: [email protected] subject heading: Roy Flaig.

Message from David and Kim Pancoast October 16, 2019

No one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. Holding all of you up in our thoughts and prayers as you seek peace in your grief.


David and Kim Pancoast
Message from Betty & Lorne Rath October 16, 2019

Our Deepest sympathy Jay & Patty & family.
Keep your Dad's memory close to your hearts, He will
always be with you. It will be the little things that will
bring a smile to your face, while you remember the good
times him. Your Friends Always:
Lorne & Betty, Dayna & Tony, Celine


Betty & Lorne Rath
Message from Dorinda October 16, 2019

Dear Rick, Audrey and family:
So sorry to hear of your dads passing.
Love and hugs,
Dorinda


Dorinda
Message from Gerald & Dale Mack and family October 16, 2019

There are no words that can help ease the hurt, just know that we are thinking about you and praying for you. Uncle Roy had an infectious laugh that just made you happy when you hear it and made you want to laugh with him. May God hold you in his hands and comfort you with his caring, loving blanket.


Gerald & Dale Mack and family
Message from Gerald and Dale Mack & family October 16, 2019

No words can help ease the pain, but just know we are thinking about you all and keeping you in our prayers. My favorite memory of Uncle Roy is his infectious laugh. When you heard it, one couldn't help but smile if you didn't end up laughing with him. May God hold you in is comforting arms and wrap in his blanket of love. Take Care


Gerald and Dale Mack & family
Message from Candis Peters October 16, 2019

Garth, Shannon,Tyson and Graham,
So sorry to hear of your Father's (Grandfather) passing.
May you find comfort in your memories.
Sincerest Condolences,
Candis, Miranda and Jeremy


Candis Peters
Message from Blair Landry Lori MacKinnon & Joel Landry October 16, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to you Garth, Shannon, Tyson and so sorry I forgot your youngest sons name.


Blair Landry Lori MacKinnon & Joel Landry
Message from Edith Heim October 19, 2019

Patty,
So sorry to see your Dad has passed away. Always sad when parents pass on. Thinking of you and your family. Sympathy and prayers.


Edith Heim
Message from Ralph and Edith Heim October 19, 2019

Thinking of you in this time of loss. Always sad when you lose a parent . Our prayers are with you in this time of loss.


Ralph and Edith Heim
Message from Lynda Zimmer October 21, 2019

Garth and family deepest thoughts are with you at this time. As others have said keep the best memories closest to your heart and lean on those you need to for as long as you need.


Lynda Zimmer
Message from Karen Eisenbarth October 23, 2019

Patty, Rick, Garth, Pam & families, thinking of you at this time in the loss of your dad, take care! There are so many great memories you will always have with you.


Karen Eisenbarth