Condolences to Roger and his family. I worked with him many years along with my ex-wife at WSJS/WTQR. He was a good man in business and as a personal friend. My best to the family.
Roger was a true patriot. He was as tough as a Marine and as gentle as a baby's touch. He cared deeply for his family, his community, and his country. He would have the first to bare arms against those that would threaten our nation, regardless of his age. His efforts in building the Field of Honor was unmatched. I will miss him.
"For those that served and those that died, freedom flavor the protected will never know".
Sharon, Robin and all the family, I am so sorry for your loss. I will be thinking and praying for you all.
Praying for all of you during this time. I know that God's presence is surrounding you and his arms are holding each of you during this sad time. The road ahead will not be easy I know but just walk with God and let him be your strength when you feel like you don't have any. Let him be your comforter when you need someone. He will never leave us in any situation.
Love you all,
There was never a time that Roger did not meet me with a smile and a word of encouragement. A true friend to many, a person devoted to his family and the Kernersville community and an American Patriot of the first order, whose influence in creating the Piedmont Triad Field of Honor will be a lasting legacy. Gonna miss him.
To the family of Lion Roger: As a friend of Roger for 50 years word will not express my sorrow for his passing. We had a lot of fun serving our Lions Club and he with his military service. May he rest in peace along side Brenda. God bless his family.
Larry & Jeanie Martin
I am a fairly new Lion, and had the pleasure of only getting to know Lion Roger over a short period. But what time I did spend was precious. Heaven is getting a great man and he will be missed by many.
Sharon,Robin and family, so sorry to hear about your loss. I know he is going to be missed. Thoughts and Prayers