Photo courtesy of Clay Funeral Home - Lincoln

Roger Carlow

Lincoln, Maine

Feb 13, 1931 - Nov 12, 2013

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I was so sorry to hear about Roger's death. He was a very good neighbor to me. I enjoyed stopping to chat about dogs and gardens. I always went away with a smile and sometimes with something delicious! I especially enjoyed the pickled beets he shared with me because he knew how much I liked them. I will miss him.


To David, Tori, and family, I am so sorry to hear about Roger, I loved my Uncle Roger very much. He was a great, kind, loving man. We will all miss him greatly. R.I.P. Uncle Roger

So sorry to hear of Roger's passing. As a kid would love to hear him tell his stories and whistle. Know that the family remains in my thoughts and prayers. He will be truly missed by all how met him.

Roger will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. I have such fond memories of my visits to his house throughout the years to see both he and Barbara and Little Roger. I loved them all dearly and considered them family. My deepest sympathy to you all.

Hello Leone,
We want to let you know that we are thinking about you and praying for God's comfort to be present with you at the loss fo your brother. We send our love and prayers your way today.
Wayne and Brenda Flowers

Our deepest sympathy to all of Rogers family.He was a good man and will be missed by all that knew him.

As kids we all grew up visiting Barb and Roger, it didn't matter if Roger-Dodger (little Rog) was home or not. We always felt welcome-as part of the family. I will always be thankful and glad to have been a part of their lives. I am glad they will be together for the holidays. We will all miss you ALL terribly, but are so thankful that the suffering is over. We send special thoughts and prayers till we all meet again. Love you guys.

Uncle Roger took such good care of me and my sister and my mother for many years. His smile and laughter around us and mom, as well as his ability to come rescue us in massive snowstorms, was second to none. He will be missed immensely by those of us left behind, and welcomed by those awaiting his arrival in heaven. Rest well Uncle...

I am so sorry to hear of your loss growing up on the hill with neighbors like Roger and Barb make for good childhood memories ...I can see him talking with dad ( Clyde Tibbetts )in heaven now.. rest in peace Roger and my prayers to all the family.
Laurie Tibbetts Stubbs


Roger's Obituaries

LINCOLN - Roger William Carlow, 82, died peacefully Nov. 12, 2013, at his home, surrounded by friends and family. He was born Feb. 13, 1931, in Lincoln, the son of Lester Philip Carlow and Gladys Lillian (Grass) Carlow.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Barbara; son,...

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