Posted: November 20th, 2021


1934 – 2021

November 9, 2021 Roy left this life to rejoin his true love Doreen, who he missed fiercely, keeping photos of her with him at all times.

Born on a farm near Barons Alberta, with the family later moving to Lethbridge. He married his high school sweetheart Doreen Lind and welcomed three children into their life. Roy worked as a salesman for Motorcar Supply before becoming owner/operator of Partsman Automotive, and then ending his working years employed with Canadian Western Natural Gas.

Roy maintained a lifetime passion for hockey and golf. He was a long standing member of the Henderson Lake Golf Club. He enjoyed fishing and even took up skiing in midlife. As the kids got older, the family enjoyed trips camping in the mountains, where the boys rode motor cycles. Later they built a recreational home in Whitefish Montana, where Roy and Doreen entertained family and friends. They travelled extensively in Canada, Europe, Mexico and the US. After Doreen’s passing, Roy continued travelling and going to the Southwest US to golf, as well as venturing to Thailand and Cuba.

Predeceased by parents Chris and Martha Ully, siblings Fred Ully, Edith Church and Mabel Taylor.

Left to mourn his passing are his sister Violet Brown, daughter Marla (Frank) de Boon, sons Myles Ully and Mark (Cindy) Ully, grandchildren Lana (Abe) Caldwell, Amber (Jason) Skoog, Lauren, Marissa and Cole Ully and great grandchildren Ty and Alora Skoog and Jaxon Caldwell along with numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

As per his wishes, no funeral will be held and those wishing to honour his memory are encouraged to dedicate a round of golf to him, watch a hockey game or spend time with family and friends reminiscing about memories and the importance of family.

One Condolence for “ULLY, Roy”

  1. Wayne Williams says:


    Sorry for your loss, I just heard from Cam today. I enjoyed golfing with Roy and listening to his golf stories, even though he liked to complain. I argued with his some of his complaints but agreed with several. I could tune him out when necessary but overall enjoyed his company. I will miss him.

    Please continue to drop in at Henderson and say hello. You are always welcome.

    Wayne Williams
    403 393-0379

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