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Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary

200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, AZ

OBITUARY

Roy Macias Leyvas

November 17, 1946March 19, 2020

Roy Macias Leyvas was born on November 17, 1946 and passed away on March 19, 2020.

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Morgan Leyvas

April 8, 2020

Our trip to the cabins for Christmas 2019, it was a little colder than we expected!

Morgan Leyvas

April 8, 2020

Dad, I miss you so much. I cannot begin to express how heartbroken I am that you're not here. However, I am so thankful that I got to spend as much time with you as I did. You always went out of your way to make sure my boys and I had everything we needed and were always there to brighten our day. You were a great Dad to me, and an even better Grandfather to my kids. You were there when we needed you the most. I miss your joking and the teasing banter we would do back and forth, I miss the good advice you would give me when I needed to hear it. But most of all I miss how supportive you were for us. I hope you knew how much I appreciated you. I love you Dad.

Jaycob Leyvas

April 8, 2020

I miss so many things about my Tata, like when he cooked amazing food , and the time we spent together. Like when we went to Disneyland, San Diego and the cabins, they were great times. I am also going to miss watching football with him; he called my team the 'Lambs' and I called his team the 'Cubs'. I wish he was here for one more football game, just to see him laughing and smiling with me. He will always be here, in my heart and everywhere I go. I love you Tata.

Gabriel Leyvas

April 8, 2020

I miss you Tata everyday, if you were here right now you would have a cup of coffee in your hand and would be making us all laugh because of the crazy jokes you tell. That was the type of person Tata was, he could always break the tension in the room by making a joke, forcing everyone to crack a smile. I think that is what I will miss the most about him; sure he was helpful, supportive and always knew what to do in a crisis. But, making people laugh was the one thing that Tata knew how to do the best; and I am pretty sure that is one of the things he hopes we all remember about him. He always knew how to be there to help me with whatever I needed, and just talking with him made me feel better. I love you Tata, and miss you very much.

Conrad Franks

April 7, 2020

My condolences to the Leyvas family.
May his soul RIP.

Stephanie Leyvas

April 7, 2020

Ralph Leyvas

April 5, 2020

I will always remember my Uncle Roy for all those wonderful fishing and camping trips we shared together and always dining out together we always had a blast and I will miss him dearly. Love you Uncle

Linda Redondo

April 4, 2020

I'll miss you big brother. We had many great times together. Love you and may you rest in peace.

Linda Redondo

April 4, 2020

My brother, the proud Marine. Thank you for your service.

Daniel Juarez

March 27, 2020

Roy was my friend, and co-worker, I worked with Roy for 20 years at the sheriff’s office, Roy was a good person, after retiring from MCSO Roy and I kept in touch. When I got laid off from my previous job With In home care, Roy and I were talking and he suggested that I apply at the airport where he worked at, thanks to Roy I was hired and we spent the last four years working together. I was shocked when I heard that he had passed because I had just talked to him a couple of weeks prior and he never complained about not feeling well. I send his family my condolences and know that his was loved like a brother. You will be in my prayers. Roy will be deeply missed.