Annetta M. Royce
                               August 14, 1941 ~ February 28, 2016

Annetta M.  Royce, 74, of Bristol, passed away peacefully while
surrounded by her family at 8:50 am on Sunday, February 28, at Hubbard
Hill Estates, Elkhart. She was born on August 14, 1941 in Noble County to
William and Margaret  (Delagrange) Lengacher.  On November 23, 1964 in
Ligonier she married Danny Royce, he survives. Survivors in addition to
her husband are two sons, Mark (Julie) Royce of Middlebury and Doug
Royce of Bristol; two grandchildren, Adrian and Madeline Royce. She was
preceded in death by her parents, three sisters, Dorothy Holden, Marge
Meroney and Emma Yoder; five brothers, Edwin, LaVerne, Alvin, Richard
and William, Jr. Lengacher. Annetta was an active member of the
American Legion Post 210 Auxiliary, she enjoyed baking, flower
gardening, and crocheting. She was an avid Chicago Cubs fan. Visitation
will be from 2:00 - 4:00 and 6:00  - 7:30 pm on Tuesday, March 1 at
Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. A
celebration of her life service will be held at 7:30 pm on Tuesday following
visitation. The family will hold private graveside services at Oak Ridge
Cemetery in Bristol. Memorials may be given to American Legion Post 210
Auxiliary.


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We are so sorry that Annette is gone...we will all miss her...May God
comfort you and help you and give you his peace...
From: Dick and Judy Stutz
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I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Net.  My thoughts and prayers are with
you boys and Uncle Dan
From: Carol Conner
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My prayers and condolences to all of the Royce family. Annetta was a
beautiful and wonderful lady, I am so very sorry for your loss.
From: Brent Bardo
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Our prayers and thoughts are with you Danny, Mark,and Doug through
this tough time. God grant her eternal Rest!
From: Ed & JoAnn Kleckner
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Condolences to Dan and the and the family. It's been a pleasure knowing
you all these years. Annetta was a pleasant lady, always had a smile as
she greeted people. Wishing you God's grace and comfort as you face the
days ahead.
From: Ovan and Elnora Yoder
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Danny we just now heard about Annette's passing and we offer our
deepest sympathy to you  and your family. Annette was a wonderful
person. We always enjoyed the times we spent together with you both
and we know she will  surely be missed. I remember the first time I met
her  when we both worked in the cabinet shop at Coachmen so many
years ago. Charlie and I will be thinking of you.
From: Charlie & Arlayne Berry

                                
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