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Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Roy Bradley Chandler
July 11, 1948 - September 11, 2006

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The Kindred FamilyAndrea Burke
David and Elizabeth CrainPat Thomson
Vicki and Tom TalleyStephanie & Liam Partain
D. TateDavid and Cindy Massey


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By: Andrea Burke Sep 19, 2006
I was heartbroken when I learned of Capt. Chandlers passing, and so soon after his retirement. Capt. Chandler was one of the first to help me with extra jobs when I hired on. I was so excited to know someone with "rank", and he was a shining example to me on how to conduct yourself on this job. I really looked up to him-he was always professional and treated everyone with respect. I had not seem him much in the last few years, but when I did run into him, he never forgot my name, and always stopped to chat. I'm just so sad that after giving 36 years to the department, he was only able to enjoy 18 months of retirement. He was truly one of the good guys, and will be remembered and missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Chandler family.
By: David Crain Sep 16, 2006
Captain Chandler was a good man and HPD lost a great supervisor and Captain when he retired. His family has now lost a great person.
By: Pat Sep 15, 2006
Dear Diane,i want to express my sympathy over the lost of Roy. I called you a week or so ago because you were both on my mind, never did I expect to hear that Roy had passed over. You have my love and prayers. Roy opened the doors for me on extra jobs and I will forever be grateful for his kindness. He always treated me with kindness and respect and I felt that he was a good man. It was an honor to work for him. I consider you both my friends. If you need someone to talk to or if I can help you in anyway, please give me a call. (936-668-1773-cell)

Love, Pat Thomson
By: Tom and Vicki Talley Sep 15, 2006
I first met Roy through his mother, while she was a nurse and I was working the summer for a Texas City Funeral Home. Who would ever guess our path would cross again, when we met again at the Ramsey Unit, TDC (TDCJ now). We were attending Jr. College, he at one and me at another. Working the 7pm to 3am shift was trying, but Roy was always the one to encourage us to continue. Thanks Roy!
I choose to enter the Army, and Roy went to HPD - great choice for all. Our path crossed again while I was conducting a contract safety audit for the City of Houston Public Works, and we seem to always meet at lunch time. Although I didn't work for Roy, I knew several officers that did, and all had nothing but good to say. Of course, I already knew that.
Vicki and I want to extend to Roy's wife, children and grandchildren, our sympathies and prayers, at this time of your loss. May God Bless you all!
By: exar mae & Gene Porter Sep 15, 2006
diane, was so sorry to hear about roy....have known you two for so long, many good memories. Exar Mae and Gene Porter
By: Jewell Bush Sep 15, 2006
Diane, I am so sorry to hear about Roy. My prayers are with you and your family, because I know how you feel, my husband Frank passed away Sept. 3rd.
By: D. Tate Sep 14, 2006
I had the pleasure of working under Roy at both the Central and S. Central divisions. I was surprised to hear of his passing in the Conroe Courier and wish to express my sympathies to the family. He was a great supervisor and I'm sure an equally devoted husband and father who will be missed.
My sympathies and prayers to Roy's family...
By: Cindy Massey Sep 14, 2006
I worked for several years for Roy in the Personnel Division. Roy treated everyone, regardless of rank, the way he would like to be treated. By following the golden rule, he was respected by everyone who worked for him. He was very professional, humorous, and very intelligent. My prayers are with the Chandler familiy during this very difficult time.

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