Royce Alreese White, was born on August 29, 1960 to Juanita and Rev. Robert A. White, Sr.
Royce was educated in Montgomery County Public Schools, graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in 1978. Royce was an amazing athlete at an early age in life . He loved playing sports . He loved playing baseball, basketball and football. He had a great passion for baseball. Royce played with a neighborhood squad that had a few of his classmates at school and the neighborhood boys the squad; Randy Sickles, Channing Chapman, Woody Mossbury and Terry Willis. This squad went on to win championships three years straight under the coaching staff of three different coaches; Mr. Day, Mr. Young and Mr. Pint Isreal.
Royce was also a dedicated member of the Black Angels Boys Club founded by Mr. Pint Isreal along with other members of the Montgomery County Community. He was also the right-hand guy for Mr. Pint.
Royce always like to dress to impress, we all know that he LOVED the ladies. Royce became a barber/stylist and began loving his craft wholeheartedly. He loved cutting the little boys hair for their first time, playing, and convincing them it was okay to get your hair cut. Royce was becoming ill and decided to move back home with his sister Robin. He began to find peace with GOD and made peace with himself to come back home.
Royce leaves to mourn parents Juanita and Rev. Robert A. White, Sr.; siblings Robin White, Richard Freeman, Robert A. White, Jr., Rhonda Simms and Vanessa Rios; two uncles, Alphonzo Freeman and Rev. Henry White and a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, extended family, seven grandchildren and many friends.