George F. Royster III
1954 - 2020
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George F. Royster III gained his heavenly wings surrounded by his family on July 23, 2020. George was born August 28, 1954 to George F. Royster Jr. and ReJohnnie Scott Royster. He was a graduate of West Side High School, Manchester University and Elkhart Institute of Technology. George was the owner and operator of Broadway Dental Laboratory. Preceded in death by his father George F. Royster Jr., mother and father-in-law Willie and Henrietta Farrow. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife Sarah , daughter Octavia , loving mother ReJohnnie, sisters Marcia and Iris ; brothers Kyle (Marcene); Brett(Bonita); Rex; Douglas; Lorne (Sabrina) ; brother-in-law Clarence ( Diana); sister-in-law Marietta , uncle Walter and aunt Ruthel along with a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. George infectious personality and laughter will always be remembered. At the family request due to the COVID 19 services for George F. Royster III will be private. Family solicits your continued prayers.



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Published in Post-Tribune on Jul. 29, 2020.
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September 11, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Family
Velton Hines
Classmate
July 31, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I remember George as a nice and fun person in school. My condolences.
Diane Crocker
Classmate
July 31, 2020
My condolences to the Royster family. Thanks Coach Royster for summers filled with laughter, fun and excitement. You took us girls from various gary high schools and put together a summer basketball league where we dominated. I remember how you would load us in your station wagon and take us to various BB games where we won chamionships and then go eat McDonalds. After which, you would throw us out the car (laughing). We would go the your dental office and play with the "fake" teeth. Thank you for caring for us by teaching us.
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Student
July 30, 2020
An old neighborhood friend. Classmate, Band member. Childhood memories playing baseball at Tolleston park.
My condolences to the Roster family. Rest Easy old friend. Rest Easy
James Williams
Friend
July 29, 2020
George, Tommy Williams and myself were a part of that terrific team of broadcasters at WLTH during the peak of Hoosier Hysteria in the 1980’s. We all loved George for his unmistakable wit and sarcasm in the broadcast booth it was a great time to be a basketball fan and a broadcaster during those years.I will miss my friend and his wonderful contributions to the world of high school basketball at its zenith. George won’t Rest In Peace because now he will be coaching angels from a heavenly broadcast booth
Demetrius Powers
Friend
July 29, 2020
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Johnny Mosley
July 29, 2020
George (Squeaky) was one of my big brothers from another mother. He was the one brother I had that was always encouraging and caring. Heaven has gained another angel
Donna Gore( honorary Royster)
Family
July 29, 2020
To Sarah, Marcia and the Royster family, you have my deepest condolences in the loss of your loved one, RIH George.
Sharon Brown
Classmate
July 29, 2020
Dearest Sarah, Mother Mrs. ReJohnnie and the Royster Family,

May God continue to comfort your hearts with each precious memory of your loved one. George always had a way to make you laugh in school and in our many band/musical experiences at West Side High.

Ms. Maude I. Bruce
Class of 1972
Ms. Maude I Bruce
July 29, 2020
R I P. Old friend. We went way back to Ernie Pyle. Playing baseball and Band members beginning at Emerson to Westside.
I remember Kyle, George, Rex and Brett as we all would trek to Tolleston park.
Rest Easy old Friend. Godspeed.
Vaya Con Dios
James Williams
Friend
July 28, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Rest in peace Mr. Royster. My ❤ felt condolences
Arnetha Williams
Friend
July 28, 2020
My Deepest condolences TO THE Royster Family..William (Billy) DANIELS.
WILLIAM (BILLY) C.DANIELS
Friend
July 28, 2020
Prayers and condolences to the Royster Family.
Darryl Banks
Classmate
July 28, 2020
He was one of my best friends in the world. We grew up together. I was the best man at his wedding. He was a true gentleman! Rest in Peace
Michael Kemp
Classmate
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