In memory of
John F. Loy
In memory of
John F. Loy
John F. Loy Ahwatukee - John F. Loy, 82, of Ahwatukee, Arizona passed away on January 14th from complications of pneumonia. John was surrounded by his family who were at his bedside continuously. John was born in Brooklyn, NY to John and Martha Loy. He graduated Grady H.S. and joined the U.S. Marine Corps. After an honorable discharge, John operated a small construction company. When construction slowed in the sixties he joined the NYC Police Department where he rose to the rank of Detective. John and family moved to Staten Island just before the Verrazano Bridge was opened. When he retired in 1985 the family moved to Arizona. One by one the children followed. In Arizona John worked for ADOT retiring again at age 62. He loved retirement — doing everything and doing nothing. He was a member of the International Police Association with which he took some wonderful trips. He also belonged to The Retired Police Association where he enjoyed monthly meetings with other law enforcement buddies. John loved to deep water fish and went on some memorable fishing trips. He loved to play the Arizona Scratchers, hoping to hit it big. He leaves behind his loving wife of 60 years Barbara; his children, who he was so proud of, John (Elvie), Barbara (Gary), Scott and Lynda (Aaron); and grandchildren Jaclyn (Aaron), Matthew, Samantha, Gabriel and Elijah. John also has 5 great grandchildren. Arrangements for cremation are being made by Samaritan Funeral. Final internment will be at the National Memorial Veterans Cemetery of AZ. As per his request there will be no memorial service. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the 100 Club of Arizona. The family is grateful beyond measure for the generous outpouring of concern and kindness. We ask for your continued prayers and we ask God's blessing upon each of you.
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In memory of
John F. Loy
John F. Loy Ahwatukee - John F. Loy, 82, of Ahwatukee, Arizona passed away on January 14th from complications of pneumonia. John was surrounded by his family who were at his bedside continuously. John was born in Brooklyn, NY to John and Martha Loy. He graduated Grady H.S. and joined the U.S. Marine Corps. After an honorable discharge, John operated a small construction company. When construction slowed in the sixties he joined the NYC Police Department where he rose to the rank of Detective. John and family moved to Staten Island just before the Verrazano Bridge was opened. When he retired in 1985 the family moved to Arizona. One by one the children followed. In Arizona John worked for ADOT retiring again at age 62. He loved retirement — doing everything and doing nothing. He was a member of the International Police Association with which he took some wonderful trips. He also belonged to The Retired Police Association where he enjoyed monthly meetings with other law enforcement buddies. John loved to deep water fish and went on some memorable fishing trips. He loved to play the Arizona Scratchers, hoping to hit it big. He leaves behind his loving wife of 60 years Barbara; his children, who he was so proud of, John (Elvie), Barbara (Gary), Scott and Lynda (Aaron); and grandchildren Jaclyn (Aaron), Matthew, Samantha, Gabriel and Elijah. John also has 5 great grandchildren. Arrangements for cremation are being made by Samaritan Funeral. Final internment will be at the National Memorial Veterans Cemetery of AZ. As per his request there will be no memorial service. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the 100 Club of Arizona. The family is grateful beyond measure for the generous outpouring of concern and kindness. We ask for your continued prayers and we ask God's blessing upon each of you.
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