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Henry J. Rodgers Jr.

Hyde Park, New York

Age 76

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Henry J. Rodgers, Jr.Hyde Park - Henry J. Rodgers Jr. passed away on October 24 in Hyde Park, NY. He went in his sleep at home, surrounded by his family and with a football game on.Rodgers was born in Latrobe, PA, the son of Henry J. Rodgers Sr. and Mary (Rosko) Rodgers. A standout football...

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Reenie & Family: I am so sorry to hear of your loss of Henry. May you find comfort in memories shared with him throughout your time together. In deepest sympathy, Bonnie Ruf

A man I truly wish I could have known better. Always kind and always engaging. My heart ❤ goes out to all of you at this time, and a special wish of peace for Irene. We all love you and your family.

My deepest sympathies to you Reenie, Andrew and Lisa.

Reenie, Lisa and Andrew, I sorry to read about your husband and father and want you all to know it is very sad when someone you know passes on. If I can do anything for you, please let me know. My condolences to all.

Reenie, Betsy and I send our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Toad was a great Lion for many decades and we'll miss his involvement.

Irene I just read about Tode's passing away, I send my most heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I will keep you all in my prayers.
Sue Kelly Cook and family

Sorry to hear of Hanks passing. I worked for and with Hank in several assignments at IBM, traveling to Europe on the job. Hank, or Tode as many of us knew him, was a good guy and will be missed by many.
Bob Carpenter

My dearest Reenie
I just found out about Henry. I am so so sorry my dear friend. May you know I am always here for you. Sending you much love and wrapping you in my arms and holding you tight. Hold on to your beautiful memories and know Henry is watching over you
I love you Dale

My condolences to Henry's family. Henry was very down to earth and always made time to stop and chat with staff when he visited one of our HVFCU branches. Rest Henry