OBITUARY

Roy S. Fellows

July 19, 1944January 24, 2014

Roy S. Fellows, 69, retired US Army Master Sergeant and Vietnam War Veteran, passed away on January 24, 2014. During his military service, Roy earned many medals, including three Bronze Stars, and he traveled extensively and lived in many countries. He retired from the US Postal Service. Roy loved writing, cooking, basketball, beer, his dogs and most of all, his family. He was an all-star cross country athlete and basketball player. He coached basketball and soccer. Roy embraced life with passion and a great sense of humor. He was a hardworking man, who instilled strong values to all his children and grandchildren. He is predeceased by his parents Leroy and Lois Fellow. He is survived by his wife, Pilar, his children Yvette and Mike, Leroy and Masha, Liz and Lance, Mary and Carlo and Cesar. He is also survived by his ten beautiful grandchildren, Dylan, Brandon, Mia, Aidan, Thomas, Oliver, Ezra, Dante, Maddox and Sienna, and his brother, Steve Fellows and sister, Patricia Baltz. Graveside services will be held Friday, January 31, 2014 at 2:00 P.M. at Ft. Bliss National Cemetery.

He will forever be remembered in our hearts for his unwavering generosity and desire to help everyone. Our beloved husband, brother, dad and grandfather.....we love you so very much!

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in his name to the Animal Rescue League of El Paso. P.O. Box 13055, El Paso, TX 79913 ( website www.arlep.org)

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, January 31, 2014
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October 2, 2014

Please accept my condolences. I knew Roy in high school and liked him.also knew Ray. l remember the Ford convertible they had.

Juliette Hare O'Connor

May 24, 2014

I just learned of Roy's passing today, May 23, and was so sad to hear this. I understand from speaking with another classmate (Anthony Cusimano) that Roy was a hero in Viet Nam. I have a very bad memory, but I do remember Roy's name and I can remember his face too. I am going to try and attach his high school senior picture for you all to see how cute he was in school. I see from his obituary that he loved his dogs and animals, which should put him close to God's right hand. We will miss Roy at the 50th Reunion in October. We send our condolences to your entire family.

Elizabeth Fellows Wade

April 29, 2014

Mr. Carman--I am Roy's youngest daughter. I was born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1971. My brother was born in 1970 in Vietnam so I think you found the right Roy. I wish you had found him sooner though. I would love to hear from you about my Dad, and maybe some memories you had together in Vietnam? Can you email me at ewade@octa.net? my dad was an amazing man and Dad. I was very blessed that he was mine.

Jerry Carman

April 28, 2014

I served with a Staff Sergeant Roy S. Fellow in Vietnam in 1970-1971 at the MACV Vietnamese III Corps HQs. I've been looking for him all these years and I believe I've found him. My sincere condolence.

Roberta Espinoza

February 12, 2014

I wish I could of meet you more than that one time. Because you made me "Laugh". Your daughters have tought me how fun it is to be silly in pictures by making the funniest faces. Your a pro at it.

Jacob bivens

February 8, 2014

You are great father and grandpa. I will never forget you. I miss ya. You are home now with God.

Elizabeth Fellows Wade

February 7, 2014

Dad,I love you so very much, and I feel blessed that you were my Dad. I will never forget all the things you did for me. I will love you forever, and I miss you deeply.

Michael Carroll

February 6, 2014

The world will not be as bright without you in it. We will miss your kind heart, your candor and your loving nature. We all miss you so much...
Michael, Yvette, Maddox, Sienna

Sylvia Grijalva

February 2, 2014

Mrs. Fellows I was so saddened when I heard about your husband! My prayers to you and your family!

Ezra Ponzio

February 2, 2014

My grandpa was the nicest man I never knew. He always gave me Reese's peanut butter cups when my mom was not looking. He encouraged me to do good in baseball. I will miss him.