Roger Carl Chandler

Marysville, California


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Roger Carl Chandler passed away peacefully on March 23, 2012 at the age of 85. Roger was born October 19, 1926 in Marysville California, the son of W. Ray Chandler and Grace Johnson Chandler. Roger grew up on the family farm on Rednall Road in Sutter County; family legend has it that he...

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I remember fondly the close friendship that he and I had which started in the early sixties. Thanks Roger for the memories. My best to the family.
Chester Morris. Yuba City California

Jackie: Very sorry to hear of Roger's death from Sarah Pettis. We went through Yuba City High School together but I only saw him a few times after that long ago time. He had a wonderful personality which didn't change much through the years. Had a hilarious ride in some crazy car of his in the later years. Joan Joaquin

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Chris.

Judge Chandler,
I'm so very sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I am praying for you and your family. God bless you.

Charlie, Chris, Jackie, and extended family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Although Roger and I clearly had opposing political views, we found commonality in other very important things. I remember a conversation we had about children with special needs. At that moment, he was truly my hero. May he rest in peace.
Lisa Polonsky-Britt

I have so many fond memories of Roger (and Jackie) as a child growing up on Lincoln / Ohleyer road. He was always kind, warm and funny.
I am on vacation in Mexico so won't be able to attend his service but send my condolences to his family.
He was a Yuba City legend.

Roger, about 1950, gave me my first job when I was about 12 years old to count peach boxes. The count was never right but Roger never said a word. A great boss. My father was a friend of Roger through Frank Aaron, a long and trusted friend of the Chandler family. My heartfelt condolences Jackie. Walter Burke

I was proud to call Roger a friend for many many years. His family stands as a testament to his well lived life. I'm glad I had a chance to know Roger, and I'm sorry to hear of his passing.

Uncle Roger, you made me proud to be named Chandler.