Lisa C. Royer

Lisa C. Royer

Lisa C. Royer, 51, of Camas, WA, passed away suddenly on Dec. 13th, 2019 at 11:01 p.m. in Vancouver, WA.

A funeral Mass was held on Mon., Dec. 30th at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Smyrna, GA 30082 with burial service at Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Douglasville, GA.

Lisa was born in Anchorage, AK while her father was in the Air Force and she later lived in Florida as a small child. She moved in 1980 and spent most of her life in Marietta and Woodstock, Georgia. Lisa graduated from Marietta High School in 1988 and attended Massey Business School. She worked as a nanny and later as a preschool teacher at Hillside Preschool in Woodstock, GA. She moved to Camas, WA in 2012.

Most of her time was spent as a homemaker caring for her husband and raising four boys. She often carried out this responsibility all by herself at times due to her spouse’s work.

Her favorite pastimes included reading a variety of novels, exploring new cookbooks and making lists of things to plan and complete. She loved decorating for the all holidays and loved traditions. She was always excited to travel to new destinations and she loved family activities. She always took the time to look out for others and make their day better and special. This was especially true on birthdays. She had lots of special relationships that had developed over the years. She was a loyal person one could count on and she will be deeply missed and remembered by her family, friends, and all who knew her.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Jeffery T. Royer of Camas, WA; her four sons, Thomas B. Royer of Woodstock, GA, Jeffery Grant Royer, Philip W. Royer and Harris E. Royer of Camas, WA; her father, Herb Cull and brother, Jeff Cull, sister-in-law, Lynn Cull of Douglasville, GA; brother, Chris Cull of Conyers, GA; her father-in-law, Thomas J. Royer and mother-in-law, Kathryn Royer of Marietta, GA; also numerous brothers/sisters-in-law, nieces nephews, aunts and uncles.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks you support the Ovarian Cancer Institute in memory of Lisa’s beloved mother, Pat Cull, at