HELPER/CLOVIS, Calif. - Roy Joseph Saccomano, beloved husband and "papa," age 70, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 6, 2005 in Clovis, Calif.
He was born July 19, 1934 in Helper.
Roy is survived by wife of 46 years, Aloma; five daughters, Barbara (Chris) Hansen, Kathy (Chris) Moris, Tiz (K.C.) Jones, Mary Allred and Teri Hall. He dearly loved his eight grandchildren, Jessi, Ryan, Jenni, Brad, Sarah, Kalee, Kyler and Cale. Preceeded in death by dad; mom; brothers, Frank and Blackie Saccomano; and sister, Rose Porter.
Roy will be greatly missed by his loving family.
"Charge it to my uncle."
A private family memorial is scheduled in his honor. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made "In Memory of Roy Saccomano" to Valley Care Givers Resource Center, 3845 N. Clark Suite 201, Fresno, CA 93726.
ELMO - Myrna DeeAnn Drolc, 68, passed away July 7, 2005 in Elmo.
She was born June 19, 1937 in Georgetown, Idaho, to George "Ervin" and Jennie Crossley Chandler. She married Robert Gene Drolc Sept. 8, 1956 in Las Vegas, Nev., later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple.
Mom was a longtime resident of Carbon County, living in Helper, East Carbon and Price.
She was widowed at a young age and raised her three children to adulthood admirably.
Mom kept busy by painting posters, crocheting and reading. She was a member of the LDS church.
Survived by children, Kevin (Janice) of Price; Cindy (Leonard) Bell of Cleveland; Bryan (Tonia) of Thatcher, Ariz.; grandchildren, Robert (Susie) Bell, Soleil and Brecquelyn Drolc, Tyler and Shayn Drolc, Leonard M. Bell; great-granddaughter, Kendra Bell; and brother, Rex (Arlene) Chandler of Lyman, Wyo. Preceded in death by parents; husband; and infant son, Robert Michael.
The family is appreciative of the many friends and family who helped care for Mom over the years.
Mom's wishes were to have a graveside service. It will be Tuesday, July 12, 10 a.m., at Mountain View Cemetery in Helper.
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