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July 17, 2018

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March 23, 2017
What a great guy,never a dull moment, your friend and brother condolences to the family
March 21, 2017
Ray and I love you Uncle Roger. You will be missed.
March 21, 2017
Uncle Roger was a caring and gentle man in the years I've known him (since 2002 when Ray and I were married ). His eyes always lit up when he talked about his "D'Amico butterfly" and/or shared his butterfly collection. He enjoyed talking about his travels with Aunt Bev (and I enjoyed hearing about them! ).

To the family: Ray and I really wanted to be there with you all this week to honor Uncle Roger. Unfortunately we couldn't be there due to other obligations - me not being able to drive or watch the four grandkids here in NC.) Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. We love you all. RIP Uncle Roger.
March 21, 2017
Greg and Jeff Your father sharing his stories of various jobs he worked on over the years are some of the fondest memories I have of the trade. His willingness to share his knowledge of the trade with others, namely apprentices, made us all better mechanics. I can't look at orchids and not think of the passion he had for them. He was a good man. For all you have helped over the years, thanks Rog.