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Garrett Bryce Royer

August 30, 2000 — March 8, 2024

Bonaire

Garrett Bryce Royer, better known to his friends as G-Man, G-Money, brother, and Rat le Roye.

Warner Robins – Garrett Bryce Royer, 23, entered into rest on Friday, March 8, 2024.

Garrett was born on August 30, 2000, in Warner Robins, Georgia. He attended Bonaire Elementary, Bonaire Middle, and graduated from Veterans High School in 2018. From there, he received his CDL license in 2021 and became a route salesman for his father’s wholesale florist business, JD Royer Wholesale. He loved driving the route and visiting with customers he had known his whole life. Because he was such a talker, Garrett would often be told NOT to talk so much and to get his route done quicker, but Garrett loved to visit and loved to be around people. Garret was a friend to everyone, always making others smile, and making new friends wherever he went. Garrett’s interests were wide and random, from Legos to landmines. He loved music and learned to play the harmonica, guitar and bass. He loved to sing and dance, and was involved in several garage bands, leading to his love of live shows and mosh pits. His musical tastes were eclectic ranging from punk, metal, folk, rock, country, polka – you name it.  Garrett grew up loving the outdoors. He enjoyed fishing and hunting as well as skiing and wakeboarding. He was a certified scuba diver, adventurer, and gamer. Garrett loved life, loved his family, loved his friends, and loved to have a good time. He always found a way to bring joy to everyone he met and could often be found talking to a stranger and lifting them up. Garrett would give everything he could to help others and didn’t think twice about giving away clothes, money, cigarettes, or his time. Garrett enjoyed Dungeons and Dragons and shared that interest with his sister. Garrett adored his sister; she was his person.  Garrett loved animals, big and small. If there was an animal around, Garrett would be right there. He loved visiting the animals on the route as much as the people. He grew up with Scooter, Razer, Slither, Dunkin, Bridgett, Tater and Missy, as well as numerous strays and rescues. He saved frogs and turtles and bred spiders, and he only snacked on love bugs once. He dabbled in sports with short stints in baseball, swimming, and soccer. He became an avid runner and competed in 5Ks and a junior ironman. His friends have described him as a chaotic positive force of energy in their lives who lived big and loved bigger. He knew so many people and touched so many lives in such a short time. Although we will all miss him, we all know that he would want us to celebrate his life and not mourn his death.

Garrett was preceded in death by his grandparents, Kenneth and Joanne Royer, Cecil and Lorena Calvert; as well as his uncle, Mike Royer.

His memory will forever be treasured by his father, Jeffrey Royer and his wife Jenny; his mother, Christina Paolozzi and her husband John Paolozzi, Jr.; sister, Katelyn Royer; step-brothers, Drew Lamb, Dylan Lamb; grandparents, Mickelina and John Paolozzi, Sr.; aunts and uncles, Bobbi Whitacre, Craig Whitacre, Rick and Kathy Calvert, Donna and David Foster, Michael and Vicki Paolozzi; and cousins Kristi and David Meeks, Lily Meeks, Kelli and Ryan Cahill, Landon Cahill, Kyleigh Cahill, Cory Royer, Loren Franklin, Jesse Calvert, Erica Kimball, Ella Foster, Julia Foster, Sarah Foster, Nicholas Paolozzi, Brandon Paolozzi, Tyler Crouse, and Jacob Crouse, along with many other family members and friends.

Visitation will be Friday, March 15, 2024, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at McCullough Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2024, in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home followed by a processional to Perry Memorial Gardens where he will be laid to rest.

Go to www.mcculloughfh.com to sign the Online Registry for the family. McCullough Funeral Home and Crematory has the privilege of being entrusted with these arrangements.


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