Vancouver Funeral Chapel

110 East 12th Street, Vancouver, WA


Michelle Lee Romeo

June 3, 1978August 29, 2020

Michelle Lee Romeo, 42, Vancouver, WA passed away Saturday morning, Aug. 29, 2020, at home.

Ms. Romeo was born June 3rd, 1978, in East St. Louis, Ill.

She and her fiancé, Travis Lee Berry, lived in Washington among many family, friends, and loved ones while they planned for their future and wedding together.

Ms. Romeo enjoyed spending time outdoors with her family and friends. She would often take Daisy to the dog park to visit with her furry friends. She walked with God at Activate Church community. She was an avid hockey and baseball fan of The Blues and Cardinals.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Donna Romeo-Worms; father, James Romeo; her grandparents, Robert and Frances Cantrall, J. Kenneth and Evelyn Worms; and her uncle, David Cantrall.

Ms. Romeo is survived by her son, Wesley Clinton and his father Stephen Cygan, Maryville, Ill.; stepchildren, Shaylene and Damon Berry; siblings Justin and Jeanie Romeo, Belleville, Ill., Jon Worms and significant other Kelly Ozmer, Shawn and Rachael Worms-Phillips, all of Atlanta, Ga.; nine nieces and nephews, Haylee Rauckman, Jax and Catherine Romeo, Taylor and Sophia Worms, Elliott and Brady Phillips, Tanner and Avrie Berry; brother and sister-in-law, Chad and Jennifer Berry; Aunt Sue Cantrall, Collinsville, Ill.; her mother and father-in-laws, Steve and Patricia Berry, Emily and Chuck Woodworth; Uncle Barry Williams; cousins; Jenny and Marvin Allen, Amanda and Gil White, Stephanie and Daniel Belec, Nate Cantrall, Lori and Mike Niconovich, Don and Cindy McNew, amongst other relatives and many friends.

In lieu of flowers or condolence cards, monetary donations towards funeral services are appreciated.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Corina Martin

September 21, 2020

I knew Michelle since I started being a part of the Activate church lady's group. I liked her immediately since she was also an East coast transplant. Come to find out how much she loved God and His people was very special.
I was so heartbroken when I found out of her passing....her piercing blue eyes and smile and kindness will always be remembered! She is a unique daughter of God that is now in glory, free of pain and in the presence of The one who's love binds us.
Michelle will always be in my heart....you were a beautiful light, gone too soon.❣🙏

Virginia Pickus

September 18, 2020

Michelle was a great person, work with her at Allsup. She will be missed.


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