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Paul L. Rogers
October 13, 2005
At his request, funeral
services will not be held. Cremation will be by
Eternal Hills Crematory. Eternal Hills Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
He was raised by his uncle
and aunt Samuel and Ollie Hunter and attended school
in Halfway before attending Oregon State University.
Survivors include his children and their spouses Linda and Don Micka of Merrill and Paul K. ”Kelly“ and Anne Rogers of Danville, Va.; grandchildren and their spouses Jared and Jennifer Loveness of Mt. Vernon, Wash., Nathan Loveness of Wickenburg, Ariz., Joshua Rogers, Melanie and Bill Nordan and Alyssa Rogers of Danville, and Lindsay and Nick Coursen of Round Hill, Va.; stepchildren Joel and Michele Micka of Kennewick, Wash., and Jodi and Tim Finkenbinder of Collinsville, Texas; great-grandchildren Cierrah and Coleby Loveness, Anya Coursen, Cody and Jordan Micka and Trent Finkenbinder; and many friends and fellow homesteaders in Tulelake.
He also leaves special
caregiver and friend Kim Gatliff.
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