Roland was born on April 28, 1940 at St. Anthony hospital in Oklahoma City to parents, Loretta and Clyde Tague. He passed away on May 16,2023. Roland lived practically his entire life in Oklahoma City, attending Cleveland Elementary, Taft Jr. High, and graduating from Northwest Classen High School, where he ran track and was an Eagle Scout. Leaving Oklahoma City for Norman, he attended OU and OU School of Law. At OU Roland was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity, serving as its Vice-President, and was selected a Man of Distinction in his Senior year. Early in his legal career, Roland was named Outstanding Young Lawyer by the Oklahoma County Bar Association. For many years, he served on the Board of the Oklahoma County Bar Association. Roland also served as President of the Oklahoma City Real Property Lawyers Association. He was an original member of the Paralegal Advisory Committee at OU, which was instrumental in creating Oklahoma's first paralegal studies program. Appointed by the mayor, Roland was a member of the Oklahoma City Historic Preservation Commission for eleven years - chairing the Commission for four years. He was an active member of All Souls' Episcopal Church, where he served as a member of its Vestry and as an Usher. He mentored students in the Oklahoma City Public Schools, was a member of the 75 Club and the Men's Dinner Club and served as Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 193.During the course of his life, Roland was avid water skier, runner, snow skier, and golfer. He also loved hiking, biking and camping. A natural at technology, he took a course at Francis Tuttle and built his own computer, and with help from his sons, he built his own (huge) swimming pool. An amateur plumber, electrician, carpenter and tree trimmer, Roland never met a ladder he didn't like. He spent much of his free time dangling from tree limbs, chainsaw in hand. He had every tool known to man and used them all to build brick planters, fences, window trim, etc. and to repair his beloved 1964 Chevy pickup truck. Nothing was beyond his reach. By those who knew him, Roland was highly regarded as a genuinely good man: kind, gentle and nice. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sons Cameron and Carter, step-grandson, Doug Bays, and the mother of his children, Susan Boddy Moore. He is survived by his beloved wife of 32 years, Patty, his daughter, Courtney, stepdaughter Kristin Bays (Randy), stepdaughter Joanna Boren (Leroy), stepson David Wilkinson (Autumn), stepdaughter Louisa Brinsmade (Bill), and step-grandchildren Scott Bays, Ashley Bays, Thea Brinsmade, Willa Brinsmade and Macy Boren.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 on Wednesday, May 24, 2023 at All Souls' Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cameron B. Tague Memorial Scholarship Fund at The Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, 801 NW 63rd St., Ste. 200, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 or to All Souls' Episcopal Church.