Roland Joseph Lemieux
October 8, 1945 – October 4, 2019
Roland Joseph Lemieux was born on October 8, 1945 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and passed away on October 4, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Visitation Saturday, October 12, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, October 12, 2019
Roland Joseph Lemieux
October 16, 2019
Roland was my god father. And actually very much like my second grandpa growing up. So many fun trips to go fishing, tubing, swimming at the beach at Brookville lake. Walking around Metamora. His big, loud voice, saying "What are ya doin Jill?" His laugh. Visiting Roland and Marie's house and sharing a peice of cheese with Trixy the dog. Too many memories to name now.
He was a great man. One of the best ever, I couldn't even force myself to say one bad thing to say about him. The world is definitely missing something now that he's gone. I will talk about him forever and cherish all those memories for as long as I live. I love you very much Roland.
October 12, 2019
As a child Roland was like another grandfather to me. Our times at the lake on the boats were some of the happiest memories of my life. Roland was always so passionate, goofy and full of life. The kind of person you just wanted to be around. His laugh would wake you up inside, it was infectious to say the least.
I have so many individual memories of Roland: how fast he would drive on the way back from the lake, I always wanted to ride in his truck and talk on the CB radio. How he could laugh like Tiger from Winnie the Pooh and I thought it was the coolest thing. Sitting in his living room while he watched tv and I would sneak a few peanut M&M’s from the candy dish.
There are honestly many more, but those are what come to mind. The world will be a lesser place without him. He was a good man, a funny man-and that something I hold in high regard. I can only hope one day that I have such a good friend, whose my grandparents have had with him for the last 40 years.
Rest easy now Roland.
October 11, 2019
I always remember my father being loving and caring and teaching me that it is okay to work hard and to be a loving person as well . My favorite memory of my father will always be coming into his home sitting on his loveseat with him and just talking about how our day was. I miss you and love you every single day and I will love you more tomorrow as I did yesterday
October 10, 2019
Dad it has been a great honor being your son in law your friend and your buddy I'm a better person from knowing you Thank you for allowing me into your family You will be greatly missed and beloved. This world is a lesser place without you.
October 8, 2019
Gosh, what a special day today is. I miss you so very much. I hope you know how much I love you and I hope you are resting peacefully. All my life you will always be my hero, and someone to learn from and live my life by. You are the best dad a girl could ever ask for, and I am truly blessed that you are my dad. You are truly loved and missed deeply, but you are forever with me. I love you so much Dad.
"My dad was so brave, God made him an angel"
Your loving daughter.
October 8, 2019
This was the day when the family went to Kentucky lake. We rented a pontoon and jet ski. You and I rode around on the jet ski having the time of our life. Shortly after this picture I had fallen off. I swam to get back on it and you were laughing your butt off because I was having the hardest time getting back on. Looking back now, I could have probably gotten back on the right way but it didn’t matter that day. I can still, to this day, remember how hard you and I were laughing, not that it was rare anytime we were together. We always had a good time when we were together. I miss and love you so much.