75 years old, of Mossley, Ontario, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family, on Monday, July 7th, 2020 from post-stroke complications.
Roy was born in Norwich, Ontario on February 9, 1945 and was married to Penelope for 53 years.
Roy farmed tobacco in Dorchester, Ontario and worked as the Health and Safety Coordinator for Casco in London, Ontario, and for the restoration/reclamation project on Resolution Island /Iqaluit. In retirement, Roy delivered fifth wheel trailers to dealers all over North America. He loved the open road and seeing new places. Roy greatly enjoyed helping his brother, Tom Caley of Port Elgin, Ontario, during harvest each year and, for several years Roy was actively involved with the Dorchester Fair Board. Anyone fortunate enough to have met Roy in life, knew his limitless and unmatched kindness and generosity.
Roy is survived by his beloved wife Penelope; his devoted daughters Wendy and Brenda, along with her husband Gary Stronghill; brother Thomas James Caley and wife Lorna; sister-in-Law Chelta Jean Caley; nieces and nephews: Jim Caley and wife Sue, Lianne Page and husband Brad, Glenn Caley and wife Kelly; and great nieces and nephews: Josh, Ryan, Brittany and Megan.
Roy is preceded in death by his parents Philip and Jean Caley; his brother Laverne Alfred Caley; his nephew Darcy Caley and great-nephew Brady Caley.
A private family service will be held at NORTHVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, London, Ontario.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to St. Elizabeth Foundation, London Ontario or a charity of your choice. The family of Mr. Philip Roy Caley wishes to thank the South West Local Health Integration Network, St. Elizabeth Foundation-London, Dr Wahby, Dr. Ahmed, and the Palliative Care Outreach Team.
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