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I WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND MY HEART FELT CONDOLENCES
TO THE McFALL FAMILY PARTICULARLY HIS DAUGHTER,
ALL OF HIS LOYAL FRIENDS IN THE RETRIEVER
COMMUNITY IN ANCHORAGE, FAIRBANKS, AND
THE "LOWER 48".

AS A JUDGE, I WATCHED ROY HANDLE HIS DOGS. AS A
COMPETITOR I SAW EXCELLANCE IN PERFORMANCE AS
A HANDLER AND IN THE DOGS HE TRAINED.

AS A FRIEND I VALUED THE RELATIONSHIP. AS A
COMMITTED SUPPORTER OF THE RETRIEVER
FIELD TRIAL PAST TIME, ROY WAS A PIONEER IN
THE GAME, IN ALASKA. AS A COMPETITOR THE
RECORD SPEAKS AND HIS LEGACY MIRRORING
ALL OF THE ABOVE WILL LIVE ON.

NO QUESTION ROY SHOULD BE A RHOF
INDUCTEE. IT IS MY HOPE AND EXPECTATION
THAT THIS HONOR WILL COME TO PASS.
UNFORTUNATELY NOT TO BE IN HIS
LIFETIME.

SO MY FRIEND, REST IN PEACE AND BON
VOYAGE.

WILLIAM D. CONNOR
 

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I first met Roy McFall in 1987 at the Canadian National. He was a finalist with a black Labrador female, All Star's Jumping Jennie.
He was a legend a quarter century ago. A fine competitor and a major player in the game has been lost.
 
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