Rogers, Glenn Alan How do you sum up the life of a person who has lived 72 years without writing a book? Well, here goes Glenn was born December 14, 1950 to Manlie and Irene Rogers. He left his wife LaVonne, married 45 years this coming July, on June 1, 2023. Glenn shared a hobby of raising pigeons with his brother Lee, starting when they were young boys growing up in Sauk Rapids, MN and continuing to this day. He showed his wife LaVonne the art of fishing walleyes and they both enjoyed years of searching for lakes that held the best bounty. He loved fast cars with big engines, most notably his '57 Chevy, a loud stereo accompanied by big speakers with CSN belting out their best tunes, the blue waters of the Caribbean, his favorite spots on Lake Superior, and of course, a good Martini Glenn worked hard as well, working for Pepsico for 28 years. How do you sum up the life of a person who has lived 72 years without writing a book? Well, you can't Besides LaVonne, Glenn says goodbye to his brothers Lee (Diane), Mark (Deb), brothers in law Ken Pegg, Leo Pawelsky and sister-in-law Jan Esselman. Also, many nieces, nephews, and dear friends. Preceded in death by parents Manlie and Irene, LeRoy and Marcie Schreifels, brother Wayne Rogers, sisters-in-law Eileen Pegg, Maureen Pawelsky and brother-in-law Wayne Esselman. We're going to have a party for Glenn. On Friday, June 23, 2023, we invite family and friends to celebrate his life from 4-8 p.m. at the American Legion, 260 4th Ave. SE, Osseo, MN 55369. Memorials preferred to the American Cancer Society or National Kidney Research Foundation. kozlakradulovich.com "A Celebration of Life" 763-416-0016
Glenn Alan Rogers
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