Guest Book for Roy E. Augustson

Provided by Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home

Posted by: Linda Mayer
Mon August 03, 2020
I would like to express my sympathy to the family.  I am so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Stephanie ( Adcock) Cruz
Mon August 03, 2020
Im so sorry for your families loss. Peace to all.
 

 
Posted by: Peter Oakley
Tue August 04, 2020
Dear Auguston Family, very sorry for your (and all that knew Roy) loss. Lynne will oversee the Congregation with him. Rest in Peace Roy
 

 
Posted by: Jim Cadres
Tue August 04, 2020
Our condolences to Roy’s family. God Bless Roy and May he gave everlasting peace.

 

 
Posted by: Kim Wilburn
Tue August 04, 2020
We wish to express our heartfelt sympathy to Roy's family. He will be greatly missed by all who were fortunate enough to have known him. Keeping all in thoughts and prayer.
 

 
Posted by: Joanne Snow
Tue August 04, 2020
Such a wonderful person. So very sorry for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Greg Glynn
Tue August 04, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Augustson family.  I worked with Mr. Augustson in the Taunton BPM store for a number of years.  To me he was one of the good guys of management.
 

 
Posted by: David and Carolyn Berry
Tue August 04, 2020
to Carolyn and their children and grand and great children we extend our sincere condolences...... Roy was a special man and will be missed by all.
 

 
Posted by: Lloyd F. Thompson
Tue August 04, 2020
Condolences to Roy's family on his unexpected passing. I've known Roy since grammar school and knew him as a kind and caring person with a good sense of humor. Very sad to learn of his passing, but know as a Christian he is with our Lord now and forever.
 

 
Posted by: Glenna Silvia Protami
Tue August 04, 2020
My deepest sympathies to you Carolyn and family. Roy was a wonderful friend years ago and he will be missed. I saw him several times when he worked at Dahlborgs in Lakeville, God Bless you and your family.  Sincerely, Glenna Silvia Protami
 

 
Posted by: Al and Molly Ciri
Tue August 04, 2020
Dearest Caroline,
Our sincerest sympathy for you and the family. We will for every remember Roy for his sense of humor, hard work and his contribution to the Church.  A good and faithful servant, for sure.
Much love and peace for you dearest Caroline as we think of you often especially during this time.
Much love,
Molly and Al Ciri
 

 
Posted by: Jim Cummings
Wed August 05, 2020
I’ve only known Roy for a few years but worked at funerals with him.He  was a true gentleman and I am sorry  for your loss.30
 

 
Posted by: Lorraine & Gail Lewis
Wed August 05, 2020
Our sympathies to you, Carolyn - we just loved Roy.  He was always a gentleman and wore a smile with every outfit.  He always took time to say hello and sincerely wanted to know how we were.  God bless him and his memory.  We rejoice he is with the Lord now.
 

 
Posted by: Anne & Charles Speeckaert
Wed August 05, 2020
He was a wonderful friend, and I know he will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Don Hanby
Wed August 05, 2020
I knew Roy from church .Allways a great guy and ready to lend a hand. will miss him
 

 
Posted by: Claire Fowler
Wed August 05, 2020
I met Roy at the funeral home as I attended many wakes there.  When my dad died in 2005, Roy was such a source of comfort to me and my family.  I always looked forward to a warm hug from tall Roy and we laughed as he would have to come down to my level as I am vertically challenged at 4'10".  I will miss his warm greetings at the door, his wonderful hugs, and just being able to talk to him.  I will always remember him fondly and am very saddened to hear of his passing.  My sincere condolences to his wife and his family.
 

 
Posted by: Jeffrey Robertson
Thu August 06, 2020
Sorry to hear of your loss he will be missed by all
 

 
Posted by: Ralph Ferrigno
Thu August 06, 2020
So sorry to learn of Roy's passing. May God allow you all to dwell on the many fond memories you have made over the years. Roy was a true gentle man and we met early in life, when he moved into our Campello/West Side neighborhood.....his mom taught me many ways to enjoy card games, and Roy and I wiled away many hours playing them.....may he rest in Peace......God Bless, Ralph Ferrigno.
 

 
Posted by: Ron and Carol Rowley
Thu August 06, 2020
Carolyn and Family,
Sending you all our sincerest sympathy. Remembering many happy times in the
past. May you find comfort and peace in the thoughts and prayers of friends
from over the years. Certainly present times are making it difficult to share
memories with you .
Ron and Carol
 

 
Posted by: Carolyn Duperey
Thu August 06, 2020
Carolyn, I am so saddened to hear of Roy’s passing. Such a kind, thoughtful man. My heart goes out to you and your family. Carolyn Duperey
 

 
Posted by: Steven Robinson
Thu August 06, 2020
With our deepest sympathy to all of you.
Roy (Fuf) was a special man in our lives and we always looked forward to him and Moo Moos visits to camp many days and nights with great memories especially around the campfire your Dads smile and laugh was always so genuine and welcoming and loving.He may be gone but forever in our hearts and minds.Rest in peace.
(Fuf) Mr. Augustson Your not done yet keep your family and loved ones with you safe from up above. God Bless you will be greatly missed

Love Steven and Karen Robinson
 

 
Posted by: Joanne Boretti
Sat August 08, 2020
Carolyn, I am so sorry to hear of Roy's passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family. He was such a loveable guy, and always had the best smile. I have a lot of fond memories of you and him over the past 60 years. He will live in your heart and will forever
be there for you. My love and prayers for you ,my friend . Love Joanne
 

 
Posted by: Robert Nickerson
Sun August 09, 2020
My sincere sympathies for your loss.   I knew Roy since I was seven years old, graduated in 57 with him.  We had a lot of fun together over the years.  He will surely be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Stephen Putnam
Wed August 12, 2020
My sympathies and condolences to the Augustson family. I first met Roy when he hired me at BPM in 1972, the start of a 47 year career. Long after he retired from Shaws I would continue to run into him at wakes where he was working. He was always a upbeat and happy man. On of the “good” guys! RIP Roy.