Wonderful man!! Love you!!
Clint Rogers was so many things during his 90 years: a war hero, a husband, a father, an uncle, a grandfather and a great-grandfather, to name a few. To me, he was the grandfather I knew better than my own. I loved him....even if he was a Cardinals fan. Godspeed Clint Rogers.
Dear Rogers Family,
So very sad to hear of the loss of such a wonderful devoted family man. His wit and warmth will never be forgotten. He was the one who showed me how to put peanut butter on my pancakes, and I have done that ever since. I know he will be missed by all. Our sincerest sympathy to Betty, Sherry and Penney and the remaining loved ones. Madelaine and Tony Marino.
On behalf of the Lowe family, I want to salute Clint Rogers as one fine man. He worked about 15 years for Ventura Pipeline Construction Company for my father, Dolph Lowe. I know my father trusted Clint to always know what to do no matter what he worked on-- right of way clearance, ditch, backfill or cleanup. I worked with Clint in the summers in the mid 60s. He was soft spoken, kind, and knew how to do just about evertything that needed to be done on a job. Plus I knew he was one serious fisherman! I also appreciate how he and Bettie sometimes met up with other Ventura Pipe alumni including my Dad and Fran Lowe to spend a little time together.
I send my sympathy to the large Rogers family--you have lost a fine man, husband, father, and grandfather. I count myself lucky to have known him enough to have seen right away what he was made of--serious about work, ready to laugh, thoughtful, kind, family focused.