left a message on August 30, 2018:
Rodger would be the first to admit that he wasn’t a saint. I’ve heard the stories. However, these last 10 years or so, he worked hard on improving himself and making up for lost time. Family was very important to Rodger and he really loved and admired his older siblings. He would often tell me that he learned his dance moves from watching his sisters dance. He looked up to his oldest brothers and it was from them that he learned what a man’s responsibilities should be and he wanted to be like them. Please know that he loved all of you. Rodger was a very hard worker. His career was very important to him and he enjoyed almost every job he had. He was never without a job for too long. Cargill was his favorite employer and even though he spent a lot of hours working, he always made sure to take time for his family. I am blessed to have met Rodger and most of our 35 + years together were the happiest years of my life. We had three children, Joshua, Natasha and Torey. Rodger loved our children more than life itself and would have done anything for them and he was heartbroken when he found out our little Natasha was stillborn. He became an incredible father and my children were very close to him. They often asked him for advice and they always wanted to spend time with him. Rodger had a certain charisma that made people want to befriend him. You really couldn’t stay too mad at him for long. I know, believe me. He was also very generous and kind-hearted to his loved ones. Rodger and I were meant to be together and I am so thankful that we met.. He was always there when I needed him and I knew I could count on him. He was my protector, my backbone, and my heart. Rodger was the most supportive and loving husband and father and my family and I will miss him so much. His memory will live on in our hearts for as long as we live. Rodger, you were the best man anyone could have asked for and I love you so much.
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