Cecil Wayne Rogers

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  • "My precious husband,Cecil.....there are no words, then,..."
    - Joyce Rogers
  • "Dad...I miss you, I love you and cannot imagine life with..."
    - Caryn Waters
  • " I will miss my sweet uncle.There was never a nicer or..."
  • "I enjoyed working with Cecil at Cherry Point. He was a kind..."
    - Dave Elmendorf
  • "Sending love and healing energy to you all. I will miss..."
    - Christy Bell

Cecil Wayne Rogers, 83, passed away on July 7th 2015 in Bellingham, WA. He was the husband of Joyce Rogers. They shared nearly 57 precious years together. Born in Hobart, Kiowa County, Oklahoma. He was the son of James Elonso Rogers and Clara Belle Yount. He graduated from Hobart High School. Cecil was a veteran of the Koren War. He was a supervisor at the Arco Cherry Point Refinery, Ferndale, WA for 5 years and then transferred to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska for 10 years, and retired. He returned to Cherry Point Refinery and then became a safety rep at R.S.S.I. until 2006. He attended Christ Community Church and belonged to the SALT Bible Study Group. He enjoyed fishing, golf, tinkering on machines, sports, and shooting pool at the Bellingham Senior Activity Center. He will be remembered for his smile, his work ethic, and leadership. He is preceded by David Alan Rogers, and is survived by his wife Joyce, his daughters Jami Lynn Sant-McMillan and her husband Ron. And Caryn Lee Waters and her husband Jim. His grandchildren Nickole Lynn Kirk, Stephanie Ann Kirk, Justin Wayne Sant, and Tyler James Sant, and his great-grand daughter Jadyn Claire Petersen. The memorial service will be held on Friday, 7/10 at 2:30pm at Moles Greenacres 5700 Northwest Drive Ferndale. With reception at Christ Community Church 4600 Guide Meridian, Bellingham. Memorial donations may be made to The Fairhaven Hospice 2800 Douglas Rd. Share memories at www.molesfarewelltributes.com
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5700 NORTHWEST DRIVE
FERNDALE, WA 98248
(360) 384-1391
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Published in Bellingham Herald on July 9, 2015
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