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Memorial for Bruce "Terry" Rogers

Born in Hanford, California on Jan. 30, 1952
Departed on Sep. 16, 2019 and resided in Albany, Oregon.
Service: Friday, Oct. 4, 2019
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Bruce “Terry” Rogers
January 30, 1952 - September 16, 2019

Bruce “Terry” Rogers, 67, of Albany, passed away at his home with family at his side.
The son of Alonzo and Daisy (Sanders) Rogers, he was born in Hanford, California. Terry and Karen Rogers have been sharing life together and raising a family since 1972.
Terry was a wild firecracker from birth. Most of his youth was spent traveling with family and picking crops in the fields. He met Karen as a young teenager and they would spend 47 years together, bringing 4 beautiful children to the world. Between growing up with 8 siblings, being the life of the party, and causing ruckus everywhere he went, Terry went on to lead quite the life and boy he sure could tell a hell of a story about it. He had one of the most boisterous loudest laughs that just made you laugh too. Terry was quite the practical joker. He enjoyed tinkering and being Mr. Fix It! Especially on his cars. In his older years he spent a lot of time as a gambling man you could say. He was always down for a little casino trip. Terry soaked up being with family and friends but most of all his grand babies. He will be forever cherished and loved beyond belief. Fly with the angels.
Terry is survived by Karen Rogers, daughters Cassie, Amy and Terri; brothers, Eddie, Allen, Johnny, James; sisters Kathleen, Marcie, Evelyn; and 11 grandchildren.
He was preceded by his parents; son, Brian and sister, Vicky.
There will be a celebration of life at 2pm on Friday October 4th 2019 at Fisher Funeral Home.

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