Roger D. Neathawk
1948 - 2020
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Roger D. Neathawk, 72, of Cold River Rd. Langdon, N.H. died Thursday August 27, 2020 at the Springfield Hospital. He was born February 21, 1948 in Brattleboro, Vt. the son of Charles and Juanita (Karlson) Neathawk . He attended schools in Bellows Falls and was a 1966 Bellows Falls High School graduate. After high school he served in the Army. Following his service in the Army, he worked at the Smith Harriman Construction Company in Antrim, N.H. Roger was a member of the Pierce-Lawton American Legion in Bellows Falls and the VFW, he also enjoyed hunting, fishing and playing slits at the casinos and spending time with his family. On September 7, 1968 in Grafton, Vt. Roger Married Cindy Lloyd who survives. He is also survived by two daughters Darcey Matthews and son-in -law Corey of Charlestown N.H. Lisa Neathawk and son-in-law Dan Colburn of Langdon N.H. One brother William Neathawk of Newfane, Vt., four grandchildren, Katelyn and Cody Matthews, Hunter and Kelsey Colburn, three great grandchildren Aaliyah, Camden and Mason. He was predeceased by two brothers Charles Sr. and Edward Neathawk. There will be a memorial service on Saturday September 12 at 11 am at the Fenton and Hennessey FH 55 Westminster St Bellows Falls, Vt. with Father John Loughnane officiating. There will be a Celebration of Life following the service at the American Legion in Bellows falls Vt.

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Published in The Brattleboro Reformer on Sep. 9, 2020.
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September 12, 2020
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Jean O connor
September 9, 2020
Roger was a great guy and he was loved so much and will be missed by all that knew him . P
Linda Roy
September 9, 2020
Neathawk fam,
I’m so sorry to hear of this loss.. love and thoughts to you all❤
Theresa Neathawk
September 9, 2020
He was the most amazing grandpa any kid could ever ask for. I’m so grateful I spent all the time I did with him, and I wouldn’t trade anything for it. Our bond was special and irreplaceable. He taught my brother, Hunter and I so much. He was always there whenever we needed it. If we needed him at any time of day or night, he would drop everything just to be there for his family. He was hardworking, caring, passionate, and such a funny man. His smile and laugh was contagious. Before I got my license, he would bring me to work after school, and when I got out of his truck, he’d always say “have a good day, make a million”, and I will never forget that. Thank you Pepa for everything, I really do appreciate it, and I’m one lucky girl to have had such a good grandpa. Fly high buddy, I love you. See you later
Kelsey Colburn
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