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ROBERT L. ROGERS

Bainbridge Twp, Ohio

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age 52 of Chagrin Falls. A proud Canadian born in Listowel, Ontario, Bob met his wife, Diana, online and after charming her to no end moved to Ohio in 2004. He was a videographer for Rogers Cable in Canada and then part-time in Master control for WVIZ in Cleveland. He loved his cats, his wife,...

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I was so saddened to hear this news. Bob worked with us to create a series of videos for the McGregor Assisted Living building that was rising up on our campus! He was also instrumental in creating the video we used for our annual Celebrating Women event in 2018!!
I remember his smile and kind demeanor. He was a talented visionary and will be sorely missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He is sure to be on the wings of angels taking pictures high in the sky and...

Bob Rogers was a beautiful soul. He was kind and self-effacing, and a talented and dedicated video producer and editor, seeking to create good content, tell the truth and serve clients well. As a writer, I hired Bob on several projects over the years and could always count on his professionalism and kindness May Bob be in the joyful presence of God and may his family and wife Diana be consoled and strengthened.

Diana and family,

I worked with Bob for many years at Rogers TV. He was my first co-op supervisor and was a mentor to me for many years after being hired at Rogers. We always had a lot of fun and I'll never forget his love for Chicago, The Vikings and his old beat up car. He was a good friend to many of us.

I'm very sorry and sad to hear of Bob's passing.
My sincere condolences.

Diana, so very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts.

Diana, I am so sorry. You have my deepest sympathies. My prayers and thoughts have been with you. Take care.

Dear Diana, Carrie and Cathy and Family, I send my deepest sympathy to all. Bobby was a fun loving kid, teenager and young man who always brought a smile to your face. You will miss him dearly but will get some comfort knowing he is with his Dad and Mom. Fondly, Sharon Sinnamon

Dear Diana, I know how difficult this time will be for you. I did not meet Bobby many times however, from those times I sensed he was a warm and gentle man. I admired his ability to give a eulogy at his mother's funeral, a short time ago, and to bring love, humour and gratitude within his message while struggling with his own compromised health. I send my heartfelt sympathy to you, Carrie and Cathy and trust you will find strength and comfort in your memories of your dear Bob.

Dearest Carrie Im so sorry you have to go through this again. Your big brother will always be with you. May his memory be eternal.