OBITUARY

Roy Alexander Collings

May 31, 1957October 21, 2018

Roy Alexander Collings born in the City of North York on May 31, 1957. Spouse of Susan, dear father to Hailey Isabel Collings & Samantha Lee Collings. Son of Harley Wilfred Collings and Helen Margaret Wallace Cation Collings, dear brother to the Late Gordon (Gwen Cation & Ed Ochiena), Ross Cation (Dinah Lee Cation) and Arlene Collings (Jai Knickle).

Roy will also be missed by his mother in law, sister in laws, nieces and nephews, his dear friends and many other close family members.

At this time we wish to thank family physician Dr. Raymond Ruppert, Dr. Adrian Sacher, his nurses Diane and Lenka of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

Memorial visitation for Roy will be held on Friday, November 2, 2018 from 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 p.m. at Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON L4G6W8.

The family will gratefully appreciate flowers in his memory or for those who wish donations in Roy's memory may be made to Princess Margaret Hospital, www.uhn.ca/PrincessMargaret OR Heart & Stroke Foundation, www.heartandstroke.com.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ThompsonFH-Aurora.com for the Collings family.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Memorial Visitation Friday, November 2, 2018
  • Memorial Visitation Friday, November 2, 2018

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Memorial Donations
REMEMBERING

Roy Alexander Collings

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Allan Skinner

November 2, 2018

Dear Sue, Hailey, and Samantha I am so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of Roy. We had conversations, arguments, we rode, we fished, we danced, and most importantly we had a friendship
No words can ease your pain, please know I am holding you in my heart and thoughts..
Pease and Love
Allan Skinner




Gaynor McCredie

November 2, 2018

Dear Sue, Hailey and Sam, We love you all and hold you close in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time. We all have so many great memories together at the cottage and on the soccer fields. Roy and Terry spent many weekends together working on the property, fishing, boating, bomb fires and enjoying many great meals together. These memories are with us all forever and will never be forgotten. Hailey and Sam your Dad loved you both so much and was so proud of everything you do as he always talked about you both when we were together.
Love to you all, xo Terry, Gaynor and Ryley

Dava Wood

November 1, 2018

Sue , Hailey, Samantha I am so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memory's of Roy. Love Dava

Terry Collings

November 1, 2018

I am so sorry to hear of Roy's passing. My condolences to Susan and their two daughters, his sister Arlene and his brother Ross and sister in law Diannahlee and sister in law Gwen and families. He will be missed by all his friends and family. He will be at peace now.....
Terry

Lexie Badali

November 1, 2018

Sue, Hailey and Samantha,
I am wishing you peace and love. No words can ease your pain, please know I am holding you in my heart and thoughts. You are blessed to have each other to turn to at this very difficult time.
Lexie xoxo

Paul Hilton

October 31, 2018

My heart aches, Roy and I shared many great memories, we worked lived and played together, we both said lucky was the dad who had girls...he loved you girls very much, many a fishing trip turned to girl talk...I will miss you Roy.
Paul Hilton.

Valerie Bartkow (nee LeMaitre)

October 30, 2018

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Roy - he was a great man and a great father to his girls.
May he rest in peace and watch from above as your angel.

Lenka Falatova

October 29, 2018

My deepest condolences at this difficult time. I’m honored to have known Roy even for a short time. He showed strength and kindness. He will truly be missed.

Bob and Brenda Gibb

October 28, 2018

Sorry to hear about your loss. Bob and Roy worked together for the city of North York and then the City of Toronto for many years. Our deepest condolences to you and the girls. He will be missed by many. Bob and Brenda Gibb

Pat Richardson-Clare

October 27, 2018

Roy was the first person our family met when we moved across the street from him in 1999. He came over the second day we moved in. Seeing I had 2 young children, a garage full of furniture and a husband who had gone to work, he didn't say a word but started helping bring boxes into the house. Over the next 19 years he was a kind friend with a great capacity for understanding human nature, a wonderful sense of humor and was always willing to help anyone in need. We had so many awesome chats on his front porch sharing a diet coke and swapping stories. One of my favorite memories with Roy was the first Christmas I was on my own. Roy came to the door and asked me to come over for his "special" eggnog and a car chase game. After losing many times while playing the game, I started to reverse my car and go backwards. Stunned, Roy said, "Pat you cant do that" I responded with " Oh but I can Roy and I just did!" He started to reverse his car as well and we finished the game. We laughed and laughed. He made a sad day a happy one. That was Roy. Boy he loved his girls, he was so proud of them both. The world is a duller place with him gone. My condolences to Sue, Hailey, Sam and the extended family and friends. Pat Clare