Roy T Companey

Roy T Companey

December 26, 1930 ‐ January 01, 2020
Roy T Companey
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Resided In: Avon, Ohio Service: January 11, 2020

Roy T. Companey, proud family man and friend to many, passed away on Jan. 1 at age 89.


Beloved husband of Mary Sue (nee Guthrie), dear father of Tim (Julie), John (Sandy), Mary Kurcsak (Tom), Anne Shugrue, Meg Carney (Mark), Denis Lowe (Mike), Sarah Masterson (Mike) and the late J.C. Companey. Loving grandfather of 21 and great grandfather of 15.


Roy was born to Pauline (nee Kowalsky) and Roy J. Companey on Dec. 26, 1930.


In January of 1949, Roy received his diploma from Lakewood High School, and was proud to call himself a (January) ‘49er. Seven years later, he graduated from Western Reserve University with his Juris Doctorate. For over 30 years, he was a Civil Servant in the Cuyahoga County Courts probate division.


Outside of the courthouse, Roy volunteered for St. Vincent de Paul Society, tended to his garden and swung on the golf course.


He was an avid supporter of Notre Dame for all of his life and considered himself a sub alumni of the University. Lou Holtz once referred to him as the “unofficial photographer” of Notre Dame, as he shared many of his photos with Lou Holtz himself.


In addition to his love for the Irish, Roy supported his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren in all of their outside activities - football, volleyball, baseball, and basketball.


Mass of Christian burial to be held Saturday, Jan. 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Spirit Church 410 Lear Rd. Avon Lake, Ohio.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Claire, Cleveland, Ohio 44110.

Guest Comments

Mike and Terri Thies
Bay Village Ohio

Our prayers, thoughts and love to the entire family.

John (Jack) Colombo
Cleveland, Ohio 44111

Sorry about your loss. I picked up Roy when we (49'er guys) got together for lunch every 3 months.
Roy and I go back to grade school times. My wife, Doris also extends her condolences to all of you. We know your mother Sue and are sorry about her problems.

Bea Marlette

Mary Sue and family
My deepest sympathy to all of you.
He was a lot of fun and I enjoyed working with both of you at Avenbury.
Bea Marlette