Jane Royer

Resided in Perkins, MI
Died December 2, 2013

Perkins, MI
Jane L. Royer, 81, of Appleton Wis., passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Monday, Dec 2, 2013, at the Appleton Health Care Center.

She was born April 6, 1932, in Detroit, Mich., the daughter of Morton and Nell (Porter) Winkler. Jane married Eugene Royer Sr. and moved to Perkins Mich., in 1960 where they raised their family. She was an avid card player and enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her sisters and grandchildren, and crocheting. She worked for a while at Woolworths Dept. Store and for the Foster Grandparent program at Mid Peninsula Schools, but her longest job was as a homemaker. Jane enjoyed going to the Casino, and taking a chance on winning the big pot.

Jane is survived by her sons, Steven (Janet) Royer of Trenary MI., Timothy (Robin) Royer of Howard Grove WI, Terry (Susan) Royer of Perkins MI, and Mark (Teri) Royer of Neenah WI, daughter, Lynnette Royer of Bridgeport MI. and Daughter-in-law Susan (Tracy) Royer of Freedom WI. Stepchildren Eugene (Rita) Royer of Reno Nevada, Bonnie Homsey of Mt. Clemens MI, and Patricia (Joe) Balone of Mt. Clemens MI, Sisters Patricia (Clinton) Gressel of Nineveh, IN, Roseann (Marvin) Hodgins of Mt. Clemens, MI, Debbie (Kevin Baldwin) Jasmund of Escanaba, MI, brothers, Bob (Ruth) Jasmund of Escanaba, MI. Numerous grandchildren, including Steven Jr., Leviathan, Timothy Jr., Jessica, David, Eric, Nathan, Nicole, Thomas, Jacob, Taylor, and great grandchildren, Natalie, Mitchell, and Henry along with several nieces and nephews and special friends Jody Flath and Karen Demuse.

In addition to her parents and husband, son Tracy Royer, stepfather Arthur Jasmund, stepbrothers, John and Michael Jasmund, and special friend Francis Ferrier preceded her in death.


9 Tributes for “Jane Royer

    Jane. So glad I was able to see you and visit a few weeks ago. Thanks so much for all the extra you put forward in helping raise me with the other brood. I will for ever be grateful. Rest in Peace and May God Bless!!!!

    Love to all the Royer family, so glad we saw Aunt Janie in October. I will miss the way the sisters laughed and carried on when they were together…mom says Janie will always be the senior DA sister, she can’t be replaced. Hugs to all, especially during the holidays…Kathy

    To Sue, Jake, Taylor & all of Jane’s family.
    So sorry for your loss of Jane.
    We send our heartfelt condolences & want you to know that our thoughts & prayers are with all of you.

    Love~Cheryl & Dennis

    I fondly remember Jane’s great sense of humor from my days working at the store in Perkins. Jane and the other gals would get together for lunch and would include me in their laughs. Twenty eight years later at Eric’s graduation party we had a chance to laugh together again. I enjoyed every minute of it. We are so sorry for your loss.

    I will always remember Jane’s smile and sense of humor. She was like a second mother to me growing up. It’s hard to lose your mom, my heartfelt sympathy goes to whole Royer family, love and miss all of you! Lulu (Dunlop) Beauchamp & Family

    Sending love and prayers to you all. Aunt Janie will always be remembered with love and laughter. She raised a wonderful family that has always been a tribute to her. Mom, Kathy and I will cherish the last family reunion more than ever.

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