Roger-Spurlock-Obituary

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Roger W Spurlock

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Apr 29, 1953 – Dec 2, 2016 (Age 63)

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Roger Willmon Spurlock was born to Frances & Joe Spurlock, April 29, 1953 at the Army Base at El Paso, TX. Roger went to be with the Lord on Friday, December 2, 2016 at his home peacefully. Roger was baptized at Crestwood Baptist Church, OKC. He grew up in Oklahoma and attended Ridgeview...

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HI Kathy and family, I was sorry to hear about Roger passing. He was a very talented man. He is in heaven now sharing his talents with the angels. I knew very little of Roger but I knew he was a great man, You have been blessed. Charles and I will keep Roger and you and your family in our prayers.

Love The Bradfords

I had the privilege of working with Roger for a few years and even during difficult times he always had a calm, never rattled disposition. His humor will be missed dearly. I remember hearing all the wonderful stories of his family, especially how he enjoyed his grandkids. I will always remember him as a top notch pressman and a friend. My prayers go out to the family.

He was my second dad growing up. I learned so much from him. I can't imagine my life without knowing him. I will keep his legacy alive teaching my children the hard work and teamwork he taught me. Love you and will miss you. Jennie Burnett Merkey

Kathy and family, it was always a joy to work with Roger. He was so kind, friendly, helpful and genuine. We will all miss him very much. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Dearest Kathy and family,
What a privilege to meet Roger and to witness his wit, spunk, and mighty love for you!
wishing you God's richest peace,
Beverly (Rev Bev)

Kathy jack and I are so proud to have known such a kind and loving guy. Even though we can't be there, we are sending prayers for the whole family. There's a new angel in heaven watching over the family he loved so dearly.

Kathy jack and I are so proud to have known such a kind and loving guy. Even though we can't be there, we are sending prayers for the whole family. There's a new angel in heaven watching over the family he loved so dearly.

Kathy, You are and your family are in my prayers. I so enjoyed seeing you and Roger recently. I will continue to prayer for your strength, God's comfort and peace. Love Paula Saxon (Oklahoma City, OK)

Kathy, I came to work at rehab and saw the note about Roger. I was sad when I read it, for you and your children. You and I have known each other for years, and sometimes have gone long periods not seeing each other. But please know though, that even in those times of I have considered you a good friend. My heart hurts for you. Warmest respects, a fellow New Yorker.