Photo courtesy of Birmingham Funeral Home

Roger A. Desrosiers

Bradley, Maine

Mar 17, 1961 – May 18, 2012

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I am saddened by the news of Rogers passing. I went to UMKC with him and studied accordion. I had always intended to catch back up to him one of these days and sadly that never happened. I remember even in school days he loved to cook! He was a neat guy! One of life's great lessons - not to get so caught up in our own day to day. My condolences to his family.

Maria, So sad for the news. My memories are of Roger stopping in the office for a visit or in the hall always smiling as he talked of you, the family, Boston Red Sox games he was going to, places you had gone with the grandchildren (amazing places, only if your very lucky in a lifetime places, where you make a real difference...places) the kind of memories that last beyond death. Roger left a handprint here. You are in my thougths and prayers.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

I was so saddened to hear of Roger's passing. He was a friendly presence at Acadia, and I smiled every time I passed the house in Bradley. He will be missed by many of us.

My thoughts and prayers are with Roger's family in this time of great loss and sorrow.
Great Aunt, Claire Lebel (Ludlow, MA)

My thoughts and prayers w/ Maria and Ronald and the entire Desrosiers family. Was shocked and saddened when George called me w/ the news. Seeing his picture and that big smile brings back many memories of happy times growing up in that small town Bellingham used to be w/ the brothers. And later w/ the wedding in Vegas and the long weekend at Vermont State Fair, the Patriot road game we attended in Tampa, all many years ago still bring back happy thoughts. Too young to go.

I would like to send my condolences to Maria and all of Rogers friends and family. Roger my friend I will miss our brief conversations and your wonderful smile while walking in the halls of the hOme of Mental Health. Till we meet again my friend I will keep on smilin WTH
I will keep a smile on my face in the hallways :-)
RIP Roger The heavens are going to be happy to see you.

Maria, our thought are with you. Roger was a wonderful man with a great smile and personality. God Bless, Greg Lori and Anastasia Malec


Roger's Obituaries

Roger A. Desrosiers Roger A. Desrosiers, 51, of Bradley, ME passed away unexpectedly on May 18. Born in Woonsocket, RI, the youngest son of Raymond Desrosiers, Sr. and the late Lucienne Desrosiers. He was a graduate of Bellingham Mass. schools and University of Missouri at Kansas City...

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