In Memory

Roy Partridge

Roy Partridge

A Celebration of Roy’s life is being planned, and will be announced shortly so we can all raise a toast to this amazing man.

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04/16/21 11:21 AM #1    

Daniel Klenow

Roy was a great classmate, an excellent student, and a very good swimmer.  He had a wonderful career.

04/16/21 12:27 PM #2    

Douglas McKillop

Always a good friend.  Sounds like he really enjoyed a wonderful life.  He certainly will be missed in this world.

04/20/21 10:01 AM #3    

William Westholm


Roy was one of the nicest people I ever met during our years at Lincoln and Denfeld. Always friendly to everyone he met. He will be missed.

Bill Westholm

































04/21/21 07:49 PM #4    

David Coleman

Roy was an incrediblly smart, and very kind classmate.  He excelled in athetics, and pretty much everything that he did.  It was no surprise that he would go on and excell in engineering and all things aviation.  We were blessed that he was able to attend our 50th where he kindly offered to back-stop the operation of our class website.  RIP Roy, and love and hugs to your devoted family.  david


04/22/21 06:54 PM #5    

Carl Ziegler

One afternoon Butch (Roy) and I were in front of my house on Piedmont Avenue, launching a tin can out of a pan of water with firecrackers.  We got our can set up for another shot, and just as we lit the fuse, a cop car came around the curve.  The can went off, the cop stopped and hollered at us, and we took off in different directions.  I ran through the two neighbor's yards, across seventh steet, down Butch's driveway, and turned up hill.  As I was running across seventh street, I saw the cop car turn the corner and start up the hill.  I didn't stop until I was sitting on one of the boulders up on the boulevard.

 I caught up with Butch later that day and asked him where he had run off to.  He had run around to the back of my house, in the back door, up the stairs into my room and sat in the dormer window watching the cop look for us around the neighborhood.  

Roy (Butch), you sure travled a long way from Piedmont and Seventh.  Good job man.



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