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August 21, 2018

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August 21, 2018

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October 1, 2017
Mother Rodgers loved the Lord and shared that love with family and friends. May her works in the Lord be remembered by those whom she touched.
Mother Nakia Anthony
September 29, 2017
May God continue to stregthen the family and the many friends she loved dearly.
September 29, 2017
I love Mother Asaline Rodgers...my extended family she will be missed, love and prayers for MY FAMILY.
September 28, 2017
I was so saddened to hear of Mother Asaline's passing, yet I feel such a sense of peace knowing that she is with the Father and has a glorified body now. It was so hard for me when I visited Mother Rodgers because I was so used her being so active and lively. I feel like she knew who I was because she began to cry and tried to talk to me. We go all the way back to Hunter Ave. when she lived next door to my Uncle Coy and Aunt Sue Hampton. Later we worked together at Raleigh library and then we served together at New Dimensions and Temple of Deliverance. Take your rest Mother Rodgers. I will see you when I get there! Oh yeah, I will never forget those pickles you would make...LOL