Photo courtesy of Browning Funeral Home - Kingwood

Rodger Lee Thorn

Sep 5, 1948 - Jan 17, 2013

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Love you Barb

Barb, I'm so sorry for your loss. I pray the memories of your 41 years together will help you through this sad time and in the days ahead. Thinking of you and your family today and always.

OH cuz I am so so sorry I wish I could say something to ease the pain but you will always have great memories ..we had fun at the reunion with the luau and that how I will remember him always if we can help in any way let us know love you ..Kathy , Rick Cheyenne and Sam...and the whole family

you are so blessed to have rodger in your life for 41 years. i did not know rodger, but admired you in school for your intellect, kindness, and genuine personality. i can imagine and believe you would only marry a man with the same qualities. rodger has gone home to continue his journey, leaving us behind needing prayers for comfort and understanding. may God bless you, family, and friends.

Dear Thorn family,
I know words cannot help your pain and sorrow. Please look to the Lord for comfort and remember he is at home with the Lord and his departed love ones.
Roxanna, Morgana and Maureen Kinlan

To the family of Roger,
We are so sorry for your great loss. Gary (Red) worked with Roger @ Sheidow for years. Those years sure passed by quickly. Please know that you all will be in our thoughts and prayers. We pray that God wraps His loving arms around you and gives you His grace.
In Christ,
Gary(Red) and Debby Feather

I have a beautiful picture of Rodger holding Lexie (my granddaughter) while being Santa Clause. She loved hugging him. He was a great Santa and she seemed disappointed this year with the Santa she visited. I know to Lexie that Rodger will always be her Santa. I am sure she remember him from the year before. He was such a wonderful person and we will miss him.


I am so sorry to hear about Rodger. You and your family are in my prayers.

Dear family,
Greg, Garrett and I will keep you in our
prayers. Roger and you all were always so kind and loving to us - whenever the Meleady family came back home to West Virginia. Our memories of smiles and laughter will never fade. We in Delaware will be with you in spirit during this time of grief.
Love always,
Greg, Jane and Garrett


Rodger's Obituary

Rodger Lee ThornRodger Lee Thorn, 64, of Howesville, was called home Thursday, January 17, 2013, with family by his side.Rodger was born September 5, 1948, in Howesville, a son of the late Francis (Frank) and Kelsie Bates Thorn.Rodger was Catholic by faith, and was a loving husband, father,...

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