Allnutt Funeral Service - Hunter Chapel

2100 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO


Royce C. Werner

January 26, 1966November 5, 2019

Royce Carl Werner, 53, of Johnstown, Colorado died November 05, 2019. Royce was born January 26, 1966 to Gary and Diane Werner in Denver, Colorado. He graduated with a BA in economics from Colorado State University and worked as a financial advisor, most recently with 1st National Bank. Royce enjoyed vintage muscle cars, camping, fishing, Cuban cigars, music, and making people laugh. He is survived by his former wife of 28 years, Cindi Hammond; children Mary Elizabeth Werner of Denver, CO, Emily K. Werner of Flagstaff, AZ; parents; brothers Chris (Cindy) Werner of Castle Pines, CO, Jeff (Stephanie) Werner of Westlake Village, CA; nephew, Zack Werner; nieces Ava Werner, Lillian and Melanie Werner; Aunts Kay Stefan of Denver, CO; Marilyn Werner of Denver, and Debbie Davidson of Charlotte, NC. Preceding Royce in death is his grandparents George and Virginia Werner, and Carl and Leona Stanley. Services will be held at Allnutt Funeral Service in Loveland, CO on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 2:22pm. Memorial contributions can be made to Royce’s daughters at PO Box 2152 Loveland, CO 80539.


  • Mary & Emily Werner


  • Gathering of Friends & Family Sunday, November 10, 2019


Royce C. Werner

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David Brienza

November 9, 2019

Royce and I met in 1985 at CSU and became fast friends and roommates. We have been close ever since. I cherished his lively spirit and his stubborn attitude. We have lived our lives together even when we were in different states sharing the highs and lows. Going on trips like Cuba or other outings in the mountains. I will miss my best friend but will always know he’s around and watching over. Mary and Emily meant the world to him and we’re the light of his life. His love knew no bounds for his wonderful daughters.

I love you Brother. God Speed.

William Noverr

November 9, 2019

Royce thinking of you over the past few days and the great times we had. I was finally able to crack a smile when I heard guitars , Cadillacs by D.Y. on the radio. Thanks for all the lasagna / taco nights , pay per view get togethers , Friday fish fries , graduation parties , Sunday fun days at the gun range , some much needed financial advice and guidance & introducing me to that world famous Werner queso cheese dip. You always had a seat at your table for myself and many others , for that I will always be grateful and consider myself blessed to be your friend. So here's to cars #9 that go fast and only make left turns. R.I.P. Royce . Love & Prayers to the Werner family & friends.

David Thomas

November 9, 2019

To all of the Werner family and friends , I’m so sorry for your loss. Royce was someone I considered a good friend and I will miss not seeing him ever again. Rest in peace Royce

Deborah “ aunt Debbie” Davidson

November 8, 2019

Thank you for letting me be part of your life! Even though sometimes you shocked me with your stories and jokes...you always brought me laughter. Sometimes you gave me the hard truth about life, and that was important for me to know.
Through all of our times together, I knew that you loved your family. I already miss you.

Deborah “ aunt Debbie” Davidson

November 8, 2019

Cousin Royce was Christine’s first babysitter... He was dubbed the Portuguese babysitter! Over the years Royce always included cousin Christine, whenever she came to visit the beautiful state of Colorado. He made her feel welcome and invited her to join his adorable daughters Mary and Emily for bowling, ice skating, and of course Dave & Buster’s!
thank you Royce ...for always making Christine feel a special part of the family!!

Martin Cody

November 8, 2019

I'm really uncertain where to begin, however, 2,000 characters is not enough space. Chris, Junior (Jeff), Cindy and family, please accept my sympathy and prayers for your loss. I hope peace soon returns to your hearts and you take comfort and solace in knowing the impact this young man had on so many.

I first met Royce in college. Sure, there was the unusual name, but there was also the magnetic smile. The smile was always there. Whether it was a marathon road trip from Ft. Collins to Tucson or just a simple, friendly "pile on" in the dorms with Royce at the center, the smile was there.

He was always accessible, available and ready to engage or debate. He was convicted in his opinions be it music or politics or beverages and possessed no shyness in sharing--whether you wanted to hear it or not. He also was highly skilled in snark--an attraction I admired. Yet beyond the seemingly rough exterior was an amazing heart. He had a reservoir of compassion in that heart and didn't suffer fools wisely. His was a unique spirit unwavering in forging a path as an individual and yet always ready to go along for the ride on whatever next adventure lay ahead. I will miss his laugh and am comforted by knowing that now he is at peace.

Until we meet again "Bubble" on some rooftop Wiffle ball diamond in the sky or snow covered backyard croquet FAC, God's speed.

Jeremy Siragusa

November 8, 2019

I had the privilege of getting to know Royce through our work together at First National. He was a great man with a huge heart. My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends.

Jennifer Kelly

November 8, 2019

The loud music, the laughter and his smile...even when I marched up to his room, above mine, in Durward Hall to ask him to please turn down the music. Instead... he played it louder and prouder! So blessed to have met his girls and his wife. He was so proud and full of love. I am so sad to hear of his passing, he will be missed. My condolences to his family.

Joe Rosser

November 7, 2019

I remember meeting Royce's younger brother Jeff first. I think when young college students meet we exchanged ideas about music and I am all the better for it and for meeting people who didn't just show me a new music but new ideas also. I for one am not a huge fan of the Greek campus system. Royce already had us beat in that sometimes the establishment deserves a course correction. He had a certain genius in this, in exposing people for what and who they are , and also for what they are not. I have always found and earnest quality in Royce and I think the world could use more of. There is something to be said about all three brothers, they're all cool, it is just something that is. I don't think you could measure it but it's one of those things, just watch a little bit. you'll get it soon. I felt Royce kind of led the way and made things safe for everyone else. For those of us that fallowed in his wake, we say thank you Royce, you led the way.

Susan Lange

November 7, 2019

One of kind!! There's no one like, Royce!!
You will be missed...