I am so saddened for you on the loss of your husband, Roger. My husband lost his father on Monday and last night as I was clipping his obituary from the paper I realized that it was your Roger next to his. I am so very sorry. I just met him that one time and it was a brief exchange but I immediatly liked him and remember thinking what an interesting man. From what what you&ve told me and from what I read, your time together was happy and blessed in so many ways. I hope and pray those cherished memories can help carry you through this most difficult time. You and your family will be in my prayers. Love you.
Tim and I are wishing you comfort, now and thoughout the days to come.
We send our deepest condolences about Roger. In reading the obituary, I had to smile when thinking about how your beautiful songs on the porch would rally us over to join in. He was such the neighborhood protector and gave us so much valuable counsel through the years. If there is anything we can to help you in any way, please contact us. I know all the wonderful memories you have will sustain you through this difficult time. We feel privileged to have known such a lovely man.
Kathy, Craig Kristen and Troy Michael
I am so sorry for your lost, Roger was a great man. He will be missed by many people.
I had the pleasure of meeting Roger at the Senior Center. He was on the Board of Directors and I was manager. He was such a caring person, for the seniors and the staff. He was part of the best board we ever had there. They worked hard together, worked as a team and he wasn&t afraid of hard work. When we had a funraiser he was right there. I thank him and the other board members he worked with. They made our jobs easier and the Senior Center grew at that time.
Thank you Roger.