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    Jul 18, 2020, 10:00 AM US/Eastern


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Jennifer Skomial

Roy Charles Schriever

October 07, 1956 - July 01, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Roy Schriever. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

“Country roads, take me home/To the place I belong” (John Denver) Roy C. Schriever, 63, of Denville, passed away peacefully at Morristown Memorial Hospital on July 1 after an eight-week battle with Covid-19. His passing reminds all that knew him of the impact of a kind gesture, a friendly wave, and a positive attitude. Roy began working for the NJ Department of Transportation at seventeen years old, starting as a maintenance worker...  see more
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  • Karen Ann
    I first meet Roy at NJDOT 36 years ago. He was a great friend and co-worker. Had many laughs. He was a person you can count on. He will truly be missed. I added some pictures of Roy with the NJDOT Pincic and returement parties that I found. My...  more
  • Sue Kaufmann
    From Sue Kaufmann:

    To my dear friend and neighbor Roy, and to your beautiful family: Yours was a life that ended up being way too short, but one that was so well lived. What a gift to have lived a life with the only regret being there just wasn’t...  more
  • Jim Menegus
    My family were members of the SFD Band starting in the mid 60's. So (at least on a part time basis) I sort of grew up around the plaza firehouse. My parents knew and were friendly with the Glaesers and Schrievers. Being slightly younger than Art Glaeser...  more
  • Katrina and Joe Breau
    Joe and I are soo very saddened by Roy's end of journey. We have been blessed to spend time with him here in Tracy/Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick Canada with friends Buddy, Ed, Tommy, Bob and Mike going 4 wheeling, having bon fires, playing cards,...  more
  • MIke DV
    I first met Roy in 1975 while working at the NJ Department. We were same generation employees climbing the career ladder together. His was an excellent co-worker and teammate but even a better human being. He truly cared about those he supervised and...  more
  • Lisa Derner
    Glen and I will always remember Roy as a fun loving, happy man who adored his wife and was proud of his kids. It’s so hard to believe he is gone. Our hearts go out to his family and friends - especially his bungalow friends. You are in our prayers.
  • Carolyn Healy
    Jo Ann, Jen Buck and family - our deepest sympathy on Roy’s passing. He was an amazing human being who always had a smile, laugh and kind words for everyone he met.
    My fondest memory is from Gardner Field when Buck & Dan were playing little league. A...  more
  • Jennifer Skomial
    Jennifer Skomial added 5 photo(s) to the memorial Roy Charles Schriever:
  • Jennifer Skomial
    Jennifer Skomial added 5 photo(s) to the memorial Roy Charles Schriever:
  • Diane Clemens
    The Erickson Family sends our deepest condolences. Roy was a special man. The first day I was at Main Street Firehouse with Hobie, Roy was the first person I met. He of course he was warm and welcoming. Later I met Joann, Right way I could see what a...  more
  • Robert Marks
    I'm still going to honk everytime I pass the bungalow. I'll always think of Roy everytime I eat a honey mustard pretzel or drink a ''Bud heavy''. He was one of the best. He will be sorely missed.