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Patrick R Rogers

January 13, 1942 — March 27, 2024

Powell

Patrick R Rogers

Patrick Raymond Rogers, the unsuspecting hero, departed this world on, March 27, 2024 at home in Powell, surrounded by his loving family. Pat was born in Wenatchee Wa, to Earl and Aleen Rogers on January 13, 1942. He was an Eagle Scout and graduated from Hudson Bay High School. He met his devoted, loving wife and mother of his children, Patricia Rogers (Schill), in Vancouver Washington in 1962, they were married February 2, 1963. Pat served as a cannoneer in the Washington National Guard, the US Army Reserves, the Coast Guard and the Air Force Reserves, serving all over the south Pacific. with many heroic deeds and great sacrifices. Patrick received many awards, certificates. Retiring from the military gained him a career as a high voltage electrician at Bonneville Power along the Columbia River. Together Patrick, Patricia and their four sons would go sailing, hiking, and hunting around the Pacific Northwest, teaching his family wilderness skills and the value of being with family. Among other heroic deeds, Pat once saved a women and child who were under fire, as a civilian, with his wife and boys in tow, a true hero. Patrick and his wife moved to Powell in the 90’s and have loved living in Wyoming.   In his later years Patrick discovered he was an artist and became an accomplished painter. He has painted many beautiful landscapes in oil. He also enjoyed hunting and making his own gear. He and his wife Patricia shared 63 years of loving marriage, he loved and provided for his family deeply, truly and in all ways. Patrick leaves behind his loving wife Patrica. Son Sean Rogers of Oregon. Son Shannon Rogers and fiancé Kelley Sypher of Powell. Sons Mike Rogers and Todd Rogers of Washington state. His sisters Pam and Annie, both of Washinton state.  His beloved granddaughter Emily Westerhausen (Punkin), grandsons Aaron Rogers, Alex Rogers, great grandson Henry Rogers and very dear 1st cousin and friend Gary and his wife Jill Hatmaker. Patrick had an extraordinary life and will be greatly missed. Calling hours are private. Donations in Patrick’s name may be made to Stillwater Hospice and the Powell Elk’s Lodge.

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