Valorie Rogers Obituary – Death

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Valorie Rogers Obituary – Death

Valorie Rogers Obituary – Death : The family of Valorie Rogers of Rankin, Texas announced her death. Valorie Rogers passed away on September 14, 2021 at the age of 43.

She is survived by : her parents, Don Rogers and Sharon Rogers of Rankin; her brothers, Owen Rogers and Garrett Rogers (Annie); her uncles, Jim Scott (Dollie) of Gatesville and Dale Cooper (Sandy) of Austin; her aunt Karen Slusser (Andy) of Brentwood; and her cousins, Kent Scott, Jerry Scott, Kelly Cooper, Logan Slusser Hamm and Andrew Slusser.

She was predeceased by : her grandparents, T. L., Colleen Rogers, Billy and Faye Cooper; and her aunt Carol Rogers Scott of Gatesville.

Cause of death

The cause of Rogers’ death has not been revealed by the family yet at the time of this publication but we will make sure to update al the necessary information as it unfolds.

Funeral arrangement / Visitation

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 18th 2021 at 10:00 AM at the First Baptist Church (710 Upton St, Rankin, TX 79778). A burial will be held on Saturday, September 18th 2021 at 5:00 PM at the Ater Cemetery (145 Co Rd 107, Gatesville, TX 76528).

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Rankin High School Alumni Foundation / Valorie Rogers Memorial Scholarship Rankin High School, PO Box 90 Rankin, TX 79778 Read Less.

Tributes and Condolences

Katie Rhodes
“This isn’t suppose to happen 😢😢 we were going to get together Thursday and I couldn’t wait to see you and laugh and have a wonderful time 😩😩 …. You were one of my very best friends and I’ll miss you dearly … I love you so much and I know you will watch over each and everyone of us … fly high you beautiful angel … until we see each other again… love you bunches
Valorie Rogers”

Amanda Walker Golson
“My prayers and condolences are with her family and all of her loved ones. Valorie Rogers was always someone I looked up to as an upper classman. She was my cheerleading mentor in my first years of cheer tryouts and someone that I always idolized and wanted to be like as an athlete. She also played a very important role in Ryan’s recovery and life. I can never thank her enough for helping him through tough times. Rest In Peace Val!”

Katie Rhodes
“Miss you bunches girlie !!! Going to miss all the long talks and laughs we shared… you were one of a kind for sure … I greatly appreciated your genuine friendship… fly high you beautiful angel”