James Roy DJ Death, Organ Belta producer and musician died “suddenly” Obituary

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James Roy Death – James ‘Jim’ Roy, Dj and talented “Organ Belta” producer has sadly passed away. Family and friends mourn the unexpected loss of Roy, a great and amazing friend to many who sadly died. The details surrounding James Roy’s cause of death are unknown to us at this time as it was not made public by the family at the time of this publication.

James Roy’s absence has left friends, and family in the community heartbroken as they took to social media to mourn his passing. A GoFundMe page for James Roy has not been noticed, details on any fundraising account that will be organized by the family will be updated in this article.

Further information on James Roy’s passing will be updated upon confirmation.

James Roy obituary is not available at the time of this publication.

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James R. Roy obituary — James R. Roy, 66, of 93 Sullivan St. in Claremont, died unexpectedly on May 16, 2022. He was born in Berlin, New Hampshire, on April 27, 1956, the son of Donald and Doris (Jutras) Roy.

The family moved to Claremont in 1963, and Jim attended St. Mary Grammar School and La Salette Seminary in Enfield, New Hampshire, before graduating from Stevens High School in 1974. Jim was active in sports year-round as a student, excelling at hockey, baseball and soccer at La Salette and Stevens.

Jim was a jack-of-all-trades after graduation, collecting lifelong friendships and collaborations as he tried his hand at various vocations, including train conductor, roofing foreman, factory worker and construction laborer.

In 1994, Jim received a degree from Hudson Valley College’s School of Mortuary Science and took over operation of the Roy Funeral Home from his father, Donald, who retired in 1996. Jim was an avid sportsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and any type of outdoor activities.

He loved animals and was very fond of his “grand dogs.” He was a member of the Elks, and an honorary lifetime member of the American Legion. Jim was a master of the inappropriate joke and beloved by his friends for his exhaustive collection of humorous stories.

He delighted in sharing celebrations and was known for his special wardrobe for every holiday. Jim took great joy in his many friendships and shared summers at his beloved Loon Lake campground. He will be remembered for his generosity of spirit, kindness and camaraderie. Click here for more.

James Roy DJ Death, Organ Belta producer and musician died “suddenly” Obituary

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