Roland Joseph Joyal

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Roland Joseph Joyal, died on Tuesday, Feb 12, 2008 at his residence in Fairfax, Virginia at the age of 89.

Beloved husband of Anne Joyal, also survived by his children Roland, Jr., Barbara and Roger, his sister Cecile and brogher-in-law Arthur Frenett.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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Memories Timeline


  1. To a wonderful and beloved brother and brother-in-law who will be missed more than words or sentiment can ever describe. May he rest in peace. Love, Cecile and Arthur

  2. We will always hold dear in our memory your boundless energy, your perpetual cheerfulness and the happy times our families had together. Your loving neice Linda (née Frenette) and her husband George

  3. Sorry that I am unable to attend the service or viewing because I am currently traveling in Mexico. Roland was a good friend and excellent engineer with me in RECD.

  4. Sorry I was unable to attend viewing.Although Roland and I knew each other I worked with Roland Jr. in the same office for sometime. My condolences to the entire family.

  5. We were so sorry to hear of Roland’s passing and we cherish the many memories, both in the U.S. and overseas. Roland was a true American and will be missed.

  6. I will always remember Roland for his kindness, humor and generosity. He had a special place in my heart. He was someone I respected as a little girl when he visited us in Denver. We were quite impressed with his job. When I was 12 he met my best friend and I in Washington DC while we were on a school trip and brought us a present. We felt so special. And to see the youth he kept for his kids. I know the last few years were difficult for him and I hope he is resting easier. My kind regards and love to his wife Ann and his children. Shirley and husband Bob

  7. I grew up on Sherwood Dr and remember Mr. Joyle always being so friendly and joking with me when I was little. He was always such a nice neighbor (not all of them enjoyed my snooping through their yards), Mr. Joyle would always smile and tell me hello:) He’ll be missed!! My condolences to your family. Sincerely, Michelle Labbe

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