U.S. Bank National Association v. Roller
JUDGMENT in favor of U.S. Bank National Association against Richard Eugene Roller. Signed on 12/27/11 by Magistrate Judge John T. Maughmer. (Alexander, Pam)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
RICHARD EUGENE ROLLER,
) Case No. 10-3468-CV-S- JTM
On December 19, 2011, this Court granted Plaintiff U.S. Bank National Association's
Motion for Summary Judgment and ordered Plaintiff to submit a proposed order calculating and
setting forth the amount owed by Defendant under the personal guaranties including credits for
any and all monies received on the Indebtedness (including through a bankruptcy plan) through
December 19, 2011. After a careful review of materials submitted, the Court finds that U.S.
Bank National Association is entitled to damages consisting of obligations due under the Note
and Guaranties, attorney fees and costs. Through December 19, 2011, there remains due and
owing on the Note as follows: principal in the sum of $1,380,877.87 (which includes credits for
all monies received through December 19, 2011); accrued interest in the amount of $169,591.90;
late fees in the amount of $10,368.83; accruing interest at the contractual rate, and attorneys' fees
and costs incurred through November 30, 2011 in the amount of $62,332.64, for a total amount
of $1,623,171.24 (the "Indebtedness").
Accordingly, it is
ORDERED that the Clerk enter judgment in favor of Plaintiff U.S. Bank National
Association and against Defendant Richard E. Roller in the amount of $1,623,171.24, plus postjudgment interest at the contractual rate. To the extent that Plaintiff U.S. Bank National
Association receives any additional payment on the Indebtedness, such payments shall reduce
any amount owed on the Judgment.
/s/ John T. Maughmer
JOHN T. MAUGHMER
U. S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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