Wayne & the extended Roger's Family, sorry to hear about your loss of your dad, grandfather, father-in-law. He was a good person & friend.
When they say, no two people are alike, no truer words could be said. I don't think they could ever make another person exactly like him.
Many memories of him down the Reserve Canal at the camp.
I was sorry to hear of Cotton's passing. It was always a pleasure to see Cotton and Kathleen in the past. With much sympathy.
We at Watson Sawmill in Mt Holly, AR were deeply saddened upon the hearing about the loss of Mr. Cotton. Chris Ainsworth and Pete Watson shared some memorable times with Mr. Cotton. He was a very interesting man. With Deepest Sympathy to all his family.
Everyone at Watson Sawmill Inc.
To Dave & Katy Rogers--Some of my favorite moments with you are when you shared with me stories about your Dad, Cotton. You've got to love the fact that your Dad lived his life to it's fullest and on his terms. Cotton had a great run and his legacy will never be forgotten. Cotton will always be a part of you, and he wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
Dave, Betsy, & Will Melbourne, Houston
We send our condolences to the Rogers family. Cotton was a gracious host, a good friend, an entertainer, a good cook, a true outdoorsman,,and a joy to be around. We already miss him and we feel blessed to have known him.