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Rev. Calvin B. Grogan

OLD FORT, North Carolina

Dec 20, 1923 - Mar 29, 2013

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Reverand Grogan married us 48 years ago. He gave our son his first haircut, started me to go to church. we appreciate him and his family and will always fondly remember him...Frank and Jeannie Lewis, and our son John

I am so sorry for your loss. I first got to know Rev. Grogan as a pastor. From that day on I loved him. He was a wonderful man that lived what he preached. Mrs. Grogan, it was a pleasure to see the two of you together and the love you had for each other. I know you children will miss your Dad but you can be with him again. I am sorry I am unable to be with you today. but my thoughts and prayers are with you..

sorry for your loss , new him for many years

I am so sorry for your loss. Calvin was a great man and will be missed. many years ago just before my father passed he wanted to talk with Calvin. I feel for sure that my Dad got saved on that day. May God bless each of you.
Hazel Bartlett Banks, Marion, NC

Aunt Dorothy and rest of family. It saddens me to lose Uncle Calvin, however, he is now home and not suffering. There are so many memories from the license plates on the garage, to the family reunions, to him and you helping me out with dad and him doing daddy's funeral for me and John. I love you very much and please let me know if I can do anything for you.


Calvin's Obituaries

Reverend Calvin B. Grogan, 89, of Old Fort, went to be with His Lord on Friday, March 29, 2013 at his residence. Born on December 20, 1923 in Clinton, SC, he was the son of the late Blaine Grogan and Bessy Grogan.Reverend Grogan was a pastor for over 52 years for several churches in the...

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