Starlyn Roy: Co-owner of Adams Glass, active in the community

Starlyne "Star" (Clarke) Roy, 74, of Concord, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, at Concord Hospital. Born in Concord, she was the daughter of Kenneth G.

Clarke and Blanche (Randlett) Clarke.

She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Henry J. Roy of Concord and Melbourne Beach, Fla.

Mrs. Roy was a graduate of Concord High School and the Lee Institute, and she attended the University of New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley Branch and Hesser College in Manchester.

She was co-owner of Adams Glass Co. Inc., a three-generation family business. She was also co-owner of Capitol Class Co., the Art Centre and 50 N. Main St. Corp. of Concord.

Mrs. Roy was active in her community, serving as a hospital associates volunteer in both Concord and Manchester. She had been a member of the Women's Highland Club and the Zonta Club of Concord. She was a board member and officer of Plausawa Valley Country Club and a member of Concord Country Club, the National Association of Women in Construction and several PTA and PTO groups. She was active as a leader in both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and as a volunteer for heart and cancer drives, and she worked on the Kidney Classic Golf Tournament.

She is survived by her sister, Beverly C. Beckett of Hopkinton; three sons, Dr. Henry J. Roy III of Bridgton, Maine, Thomas Roy of Chelmsford, Mass., and Col. William Roy of Jericho, Vt.; as well as a daughter, Kenna R. Henion of New Port Rickey, Fla. She leaves 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.

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