Carl A. Rogers

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Oct 19 1932
Sep 14 2018
85 Years
Honey Brook, formerly of Newtown Square

Carl A. Rogers, 85, of Honey Brook, formerly of Newtown Square, passed away on Friday, September 14, 2018.  He was the beloved husband of Mildred "Milly" Rogers, with whom he shared over 62 years of marriage.  

Born in Newark, N.J., Carl was the son of the late Marie (L'Alemond) and Richard Rogers.  After graduating high school, he served honorably in the US Army during the Korean War, earning the Good Conduct Medal, Korean Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal and United Nations Service Medal.  

After his time in the Army, he worked at Acme Markets while completing a degree at Philadelphia College of the Bible.  In 1965, he set out on his own, working as an Auto Mechanic in Morton, Pa. until his retirement in 2004.  

Carl was a member of the Forks of the Brandywine Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Glenmoore.

He is survived, in addition to his wife, by his children: James Rogers, husband of Lori, of Hampton, VA, John Rogers, husband of Melissa, of Oxford, Mark C. Rogers of Malvern, and Penny J. Beard, wife of David, of Bedford, VA; nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.  

The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, September 18th at 11 AM at Forks of the Brandywine Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1648 Horseshoe Pike, Glenmoore, PA 19343, with a viewing from 10 AM until the time of the service.  

The interment will be private and will take place at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  

Service Date: 
Sep 18 2018 - 11:00am

Condolences

My prayers for each  family member as you grieve the homegoing of this one who loved Jesus so deeply. He was always filled with gratitude for the work of the Lord in his life.  And it was a life well lived in service to his Lord and Savior. He is now truly home. Free to breathe deeply. The incense on the alter is said to be prayers of the saints rising to the throne of God.  How many did he offer in his 85 years? And now the sweet aroma is his to breathe. I know Jesus said, 'Come on home, Carl.Well done good and faithful servant."

 

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My love to all and prayers during this time. Everyone should have an uncle like Carl! He will be missed,but am sure will see him again in glory! He was who led me to Jesus!

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Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. How wonderful to know he is in the presence of his Savior, Jesus Christ.

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Dear Mrs. Rogers, Jim, Lori, John, Missy, and Mark... your Dad was a wonderful man! I have always loved your Mom and Dad - they were such wonderful friends to my parents. Your Dad will be truly missed. Praise God for the legacy he left. Prayers for you all!!!

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Dear Millie and family may the Lord give you peace at this time. Carl was a wonderful man of God. He was an example of humility and deep love for the Lord.
Marge Huss

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I had the pleasure and honor to know Carl in his later years, and came to know him as my brother in Christ. Carl made a profound impact on my life in a short time through his humble and gracious demeanor , combined with a genuine Love and zeal for Christ . Psalm 73:26 reads ; My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the stenth of my heart and my portion forever.  Carl personified this scripture in his life. I can only imagine how many familiar faces Carl is seeing now in his heavanly home in light of all the seeds  planted and lives effected to the Glory of Jesus Christ , our Lord and Saviour . My warm and heart felt condolences go out to all his loved ones who like myself will miss his earthly presents. 

Bill Smith , Forks of the Brandywine Church

 

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So sorry tohear of your loss Millie.. Magic happens whentwo hearts become connected and memories can never be erased.

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Bob and I worked together for many years and I depended on his expertise and good nature to see the job through.  Not only a good worker, he was a good man with a sense of humor and a sense of professionalism. 

Our condolences to his family. 

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