Condolences for Royal Levi Unangst

John, Lora & Elizabeth Einhorn posted on 12/9/11

Susan, Alan & Family,Lora, Elizabeth and I extend our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to you. We are sending our thoughts and prayers to Barb as well. We know that Roy is at peace and in a better place. When John thinks of Roy, he immediately thinks of his razor sharp wit and his wonderful smile. He was such a joy to be around. Just thinking of Roy now brings a smile to his face. Fair Winds and Following Seas Roy. Love,John, Lora & Elizabeth

 

John, Lora & Elizabeth Einhorn posted on 12/9/11

Susan, Alan & Family,Lora, Elizabeth and I extend our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to you. We are sending our thoughts and prayers to Barb as well. We know that Roy is at peace and in a better place. When John thinks of Roy, he immediately thinks of his razor sharp wit and his wonderful smile. He was such a joy to be around. Just thinking of Roy now brings a smile to his face. Fair Winds and Following Seas Roy. Love,John, Lora & Elizabeth

 

Lisa Zebley posted on 12/5/11

Susan, Heather and family--So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

 

Sylvia Winters and Jo Ann Gray posted on 12/5/11

Aunt Barbara, Alan, Susan, and Family,We were so sad to hear of Uncle Roy's passing but are so thankful for the wonderful memories. Our world was a better place because of him. My mother always said her brother was a "Card" because he always made us laugh! Besides his great wit, he cared deeply about family. The last conversation we had was on his birthday. He was especially happy to hear his sister's voice and likewise for my mom. I told my mother late yesterday (Saturday) morning of her brother's passing. We spent several hours looking over old pictures and recalling great memories. He will be greatly missed.With much love and sympathy,Jo Ann Gray and Sylvia Winters

 

Robin & Mark Davidson and Family posted on 12/3/11

Barbara,We are so sorry to hear of Roy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. We remember and still talk about our times together. When you and Roy would take Otis and Andy for the mornings, and how they loved their time with you. They loved their walks and playtime with you and Roy.We look at the pictures of the birthday parties and at holidays and will forever hold those memories dear to our heart. Mark & Robin Davidson and FamilyOtieAndyGizzy

 

Robin & Mark Davidson and Family posted on 12/3/11

Barbara,We are so sorry to hear of Roy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. We remember and still talk about our times together. When you and Roy would take Otis and Andy for the mornings, and how they loved their time with you. They loved their walks and playtime with you and Roy.We look at the pictures of the birthday parties and at holidays and will forever hold those memories dear to our heart. Mark & Robin Davidson and FamilyOtieAndyGizzy

 

Susan Litchfield-Keller posted on 12/3/11

Susan and Alan: I have so many great memories of your Dad. I still can hear him tell me about eating all that burnt toast that gave me my freckles when I was a little girl and he actually had me believe him! You two had the best Dad! He was great in every way!I told my mother last night and she was so sad..She said, you could not ask for a better neighbor!I am sending prayers to you, your Mom and all his family.

 

Patricia Winters Smith daughter of Sylvia posted on 12/3/11

While we have been far away, Uncle Roy has always been Mom's brother with a sense of humor. Roy has been loved from afar. Mom does not yet know of her brother's passing and Jo Ann will spend time with her in the morning so she can have time to tell stories about her brother. Susan and Alan, our thoughts are with you and pray that you will have time to reflect back on all the fun times.When I was very young I remember showing your mom a crawfish and seeing how afraid she was. Your dad just smiled and laughed as your mom. We thought he was sooo cool.Your cousins from Cajun countryPatricia, Jo Ann, Robert, and Joey

 

David A Barclay posted on 12/3/11

I have fond memories of Uncle Roy,I new him as the Happy Uncle. He did like to laugh and often.His feeling was it was better to happy than sad and if you can't be happy then whats the point.His warm family spirit will be missed.

 

Jane Marchese posted on 12/2/11

Dear Barbara. Alan and Susan I LOVED HIM ALSO. WHEN GOD CALLS OUR LOVED ONES HOME, HE LEAVES US A GIFT OF MEMORIES IN EXCHANGE. BEING TEN YEARS YOUNGER THAN ROY, MY HAPPY MEMORIES GO WAY BACK TO PLEASANT STREET WHEN HE WAS SERVING IN THE U.S. NAVY. I WAS PROBABLY EIGHT YEARS OLD AND REALLY PROUD OF HIM. ONE TIME WHEN HE CAME HOME ON LEAVE, HE BROUGHT FLORENCE, ALICE AND ME A WHOLE BOX (TEN PACKS) OF WRIGLEY'S CHEWING GUM. BOY, WERE WE HAPPY! WISH I WOULD HAVE LIVED CLOSER DURING THESE LAST 60 ODD YEARS; BUT I ALWAYS ENJOYED MY VISITS TO MASS AND APPRECIATED YOUR HOSPITALITY.LOVE TO ALL. JANE

 

Cheryl Hunter posted on 12/2/11

Susan,I was sorry to hear of your father's passing. I can only imagine how hard this must be for you at this time, but just remember to hold onto God's unchanging hands. Take comfort in knowing that He is always there when you need Him the most. Cherish the memories because they last a lifetime. You and your family will be in my prayers.

 

Bonnie & Randy Flora posted on 12/2/11

Susan,We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of your father. Cherish all the memories. Our hearts go out to you and your family in this time of sorrow.

 

Bonnie & Randy Flora posted on 12/2/11

Susan,We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of your father. Cherish all the memories. Our hearts go out to you and your family in this time of sorrow.

 

Karen Ransom posted on 12/2/11

Hi Susan,Sorry to hear of the loss of your father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Take comfort in knowing that God is always there for you.Prayfully,Karen and VinceVirginia Beach Public Schools

 

April Hammock posted on 12/2/11

Susan,I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are always in my prayers. I know that your father will be greatly missed, but always remember that he will never be forgotten.With deepest sympathy.April

 

Nancy and John Kuplast posted on 12/2/11

We will all miss our "Uncle Roy". He was always a ray of sunshine to each and every one of us and made us laugh. He was one of a kind and will be a huge loss to all that knew him. My heartfelt sympathies go out to Aunt Barbara, Alan and Susan and their respective families.

 

Susan Sabo (Taylor) posted on 12/2/11

I knew Roy was a special man the first time I met him at The Residence of Chardon. Afterall, he was a fellow Red Sox fan! Both my son, Tyler, and I enjoyed keeping up with the Red Sox news with Roy. Roy had a great sense of humor and a strong love of family. He will be greatly missed, but I know he's with the Lord, smiling, and pain free. Warmest Regards to the Unangst family, may the Lord give you strength now and in the days to come.

 

Jack and Joan Nussen posted on 12/2/11

Roy was a very special man. An incredibly important person in Susan and Heather's lives as we have witnessed personally and of course Barbaras and the rest of his familys lives. He was such a positive person and so much fun to be around. We didn't get to spend as much time with him as other people did, but the time that we did spend was wonderful. We are sure his light is shining incredibly bright on his next journey. We will all really miss him.

 

Peter Barclay posted on 12/1/11

I will dearly miss "uncle" Roy as he was always about family. I have fond memories of holiday and family gatherings always with his sense of humor. I know my Florence, his late sister, loved him dearly.My thoughts and prayers are with the immediate family and pray Roy is embraced by the loving arms of His Lord Jesus. With love and fondness, Peter