Preliminary Funeral Information

We plan to have TC’s funeral service on Saturday, April 19th. The location and exact time will be posted when available.

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20 Responses to “Preliminary Funeral Information”

  1. George Says:

    Is it true there is a $10.00 admission price to atteend the funeral??

    George K.

  2. Carrie Chowdhury Says:

    I just wanted to let you know my thoughts and prayers are with the whole Rogers and Laidlaw families. I have been very saddened since hearing about TC whom I always called Tcers. This morning upon hearing about his passing I was overcome with emotion. My husband and I knelt down and said a prayer together. I know TC is with our Heavenly Father and that he had a very special calling in life. TC always had such a sweet spirit about him that could be felt when you were with him. TC’s spirit will alway’s be a part of our lives.
    With all my love, Carrie

  3. Kathleen Snowden Says:

    I have been following your blog and I had the wonderful chance to work with your son at the spa at JW Marriott…when he left, it was never the same again. He had an influential way about him that made you respect his authority and not to mention he had such a light-hearted personality that made you feel warmth. I will truely miss TC and know he has a place in the heavens that has been waiting to embrace his soul. thanks for being so strong and updating his progress in this blog …my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  4. Cindy Kuhar Says:

    You do not know me, nor did I know TC. I am a friend of Keri Printy whom with he worked at GV Ranch Spa. I have often heard Keri speak kindly about TC. She loved him and never had enough good things to say about him. I am also LDS and want you to know that your words on this blog have inspired and uplifted me. I truly know that you will see TC again and it has reminded me that our children really do belong to the Lord. From what I have read you did a great job with the special child of God that you were given stewardship over for a time. Thank you for sharing this experience with others. I am truly so sorry for your loss. Cindy Kuhar

  5. Elaine Beardshall Says:

    Rob and I have been keeping updated on TC’s condition through Spencer and Jennie(Johnson). We were so sorry to hear about your loss. I have fond memories of working with Becky in Young Women’s and your family has been on my mind constantly. We are in Salt Lake now and wanted you to know that prayers have been said in your behalf here.

    Sincerely, Elaine Beardshall

  6. Mr. Derrick Leaver and Family Says:

    I would like to first extend my Condolences to The Entire Rogers family. I am soooo sorry for your guys loss. TC will be dearly missed by many. It is also interesting that Cliff mentioned dares and double-dares…. I remember when we were younger We were all over at the Chandlers House for a Birthday sleepover. As the night got really late, the truth or dare came about. I remember TC daring me and Jake Chandler to put toothpaste all over Lincoln while he was sleeping (TC Participated of course!!). I remember Lincoln waking up after about an hour screaming that the toothpaste was burning and his face and body were burning like crazy. After enjoying our (well, his) joke/dare TC and I told him to just jump in the pool. I believe he jumped in the pool wearing all of his pajamas. That was a great laugh TC is always way too much fun, if there is such a thing!!! TC is always such a joker, always bringing smiles wherever he would present himself. If the Rogers family needs anything, please do not hesitate to ask Any of the Leavers. our thoughts and prayers are with family constantly at this Tough time. It is so great to know that families will be together forever and we will re-unite when we all come to the end…. TC is Such a great person, whos youth was ended too soon. At this time we just have to trust in our faith and that perhaps god needed him more than the world did. I can honestly know that he is needed where he is, and he still has that giant smile on him….Maybe some of our Angels needed cheering up.
    Sincerely,
    Derrick Leaver and Family

  7. Hope Walter Says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have thought of you, your family, and your son since I have heard about his tragic accident. My heart goes out to all of you. May you find strength in one another and know even those of us who cannot be with you are thinking of you and your family.

  8. The Haines Family Says:

    The Rogers family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Our son, Ethan Haines, was a student of Mrs. Rogers at Eisenberg Elementary. He fondly speaks of Mrs. Rogers, his “FAVORITE TEACHER!” Please know that you are in our prayers.

  9. Leah Says:

    The Rogers Family,

    I did not know TC but am a co-worker of Allan’s; I am sorry to hear of your loss. My heart and prayers goes out to your family during this time.

  10. Michael Christenson Says:

    Judging from the number of people who loved TC, I hope you get the largest stake center in the valley. Or is the Thomas & Mack available?

  11. Karen Christenson Says:

    We are the parents of TC’s roommate Michael. We only met TC once when we were visiting with Michael for the weekend. He was so kind and accomodating letting us stay in the extra room and making sure we had everything we needed. We could tell he was a special young man.

    We appreciate the way he befriended Michael and invited him to move into the house when a change was necessary. We could tell that Michael was happier living with friends and being with people who included him in their activities. I know Michael will miss him and we’ll miss hearing about him.

    Thank you to Cliff and Becky for also befriending our son and making him feel welcome in their home.

    We’re so sorry TC’s mission is so far away.
    Karen and Peter Christenson

  12. Rachel Says:

    Please, please, let me know if there is absolutely anything I can do for you in preparation of the funeral. Kelsey has my number. I would love to be of service.

  13. Cindy Fitzgerald Says:

    I just wanted to offer the family and friends of TC my deepest sympathy. I was very saddened to hear of his passing this morning. Although I never had the privilege of meeting him in person, We communicated through email at work. ( I am part of the payroll team for GVR). I have followed the blog everyday since Keri told me about his accident. Thank you so much for keeping this up while going through such a difficult time. What a strong family you must be, you are truely admired, for your strength and for bringing such a wonderful person to this world. I hope you take comfort in knowing what an awesome person he was, how many lives he has touched, and continues to touch since his passing. You seem to have a very stong support system that will help you through this tragic time. God Bless you and know that he is watching over you with that big simle of his that is forever engraved in my mind.

  14. Aunt Lora and Ashley Says:

    we loved him so much.i’m so sorry what happend

    from ashley eggertz

  15. Sue Segal Says:

    To the Rogers family,
    My heart and prayers are with you at this very sad time. I have followed your blogs and prayed for T.C. every day.
    I had the privilege of working with T.C. at the J. W. Marriott. He was a participant of my Spa Expressions workshops and we worked hard together to integrate art into the Aqua Sulis Spa. He was an enthusiastic manager and an extremely bright and soulful young man. T.C.will be greatly missed by all.

  16. Cindy Says:

    I like this:

    NO MORE MOUNTAIN TOPS TO CLIMB
    OR WINDING DUSTY ROADS,
    NO MORE STREAMS, YOU’LL HAVE TO CROSS,
    AND NO MORE HEAVY LOADS.

    THE ROCKS AND RILLS, THE WOODLAND HILLS,
    THE TRAILS AMONG THE PINES,
    THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL IN FULL BLOOM,
    ALL THIS YOU LEAVE BEHIND,

    NO MORE TOIL, THAT NEED BE DONE’
    AND NO MORE TEARS OR PAIN,
    FOR JOY IS ALL YOU’LL EVER KNOW,
    TO DIE IS BUT TO GAIN,

    BE SUNRISE BRIGHT OR SETTING SUN,
    COOL SHADOWS FROM THE TREES,
    SOFT SPRING RAINS OR SKIES OF BLUE,
    YOU’LL HAVE NO NEED FOR THESE,

    GOD WILL PROVIDE ALL THINGS OF NEED,
    HE’LL DRY AWAY EACH TEAR,
    AND GONE WILL BE ALL EARTHLY CARES,
    THERE`S NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR,

    WE WILL KNOW DAYS OF MISSING YOU,
    AND WE’LL KNOW HOURS OF PAIN,
    BUT JOY IS OURS FOR IN OUR HOPE,
    WE WILL SEE YOU, ONCE AGAIN.

    GOODBYE MY FRIEND, GOODBYE

    May you Rest in Peace.

  17. Devon Baltz Says:

    I’d like to send my condolences to TC’s family. Although my time with him was limited to the time I talked to him at the Red Rock, he will always stand out as a person to remember. He’s the kind of person we always wish there was more of in the world, and shows that there’s still people with a good hearts out there. I wish I had the words to more eloquently state what I feel, but I can only write what I feel is true. I hope that his life serves as a testament to others. I remember the last time I saw him a few weeks ago and I gave him a hard time but he just shrugged it off and laughed. That’s the kind of guy he was, he took life as it should be (happy and joyful).

  18. Alisa Santiago Says:

    Roger’s family thank you for being so generous during this difficult time, and including us in TC’s life. While spending time on this site I have learned so many new things about TC, I’ve laughed, and cried. The examples of selflessness, and faith your family has displayed on this site daily, have put my co-workers and I in a constant state of awe. I have always had great respect for your faith, but TC and the Rogers family have made me gain deep admiration for it. There are no words to express how sad I’ am for your family’s loss, or to express how much he’ll be missed as a part of our days. This poem by Mary Frye has helped me at times of loss I hope it can be some help to you during this difficult time.
    Love, Alisa Santiago
    Co-worker from GVR and Cimarron classmate.

    Do not stand at my grave and weep,
    I am not there, I do not sleep.

    I am a thousand winds that blow.
    I am the diamond glint on snow.
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
    I am the gentle autumn rain.

    When you wake in the morning hush,
    I am the swift, uplifting rush
    Of quiet birds in circling flight.
    I am the soft starlight at night.

    Do not stand at my grave and weep.
    I am not there, I do not sleep.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry.
    I am not there, I did not die!

  19. athella Says:

    Dear Cliff and Becky,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I have no words to comfort as I can’t imagine there are any. When I look at your pictures and read the words written about your son I have to say I am impressed by your strong family values. How proud you must be to have raised such good loving children.
    My heart goes out to you and my prayers are with you.
    Love Athella

  20. Derrck Leaver & Family Says:

    this is really nice

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