|Birth: ||Nov. 13, 1959|
|Death: ||Nov. 23, 2009, USA|
Dave was a classmate at San Leandro High School. He was one of those rare souls who could get along with anyone - jocks, cheerleaders, band geeks, brains, etc. He was consistently nice to everyone. I never heard him say a negative thing about anybody.
Dave passed away after a long, hard fight against pancreatic cancer.
David Albert Rogers, age 50, of Azle, Texas, formerly of San Leandro, California. David went home to be with Our Lord and Savior peacefully on the morning of November 23, 2009 while fighting courageously against Pancreatic Cancer.
Celebrations of his life will include a Memorial Mass at 9:30 am Saturday, December 5, at the Church of the Assumption, 1100 Fulton Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94577, Fr. Vincent Scott, Pastor, presiding; a Memorial Gathering at 5:00 pm Saturday, December 5, at Grace Bible Church, 40 Cleaveland Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94529, Rev. Anthony Sanelli, Pastor, presiding; and a Memorial Service at 1:00 pm Saturday, December 12, in The Chapel at Biggers Funeral Home, 6100 Azle Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76135, Dr. Wesley Shotwell of Ash Creek Baptist Church, presiding.
David Rogers was born to his devoted parents, Frank and Virginia Rogers. He grew up in San Leandro, CA, attended Jefferson Elementary, Bancroft Middle School and graduated from San Leandro High School in 1977. David was employed by the United States Postal Service as a Mail Handler for 23 years, serving 18 years in Oakland, CA (Local 302) and the past 5 years in Fort Worth, Texas (Local 311). David met the love of his life, Kelly, in 1998 and was married November 15, 2003. David resided in San Leandro for 45 years, when he and Kelly moved to Azle. David held a deep faith in God, was blessed with intelligence, a positive attitude and a wonderful sense of humor. David not only loved his family and friends, but also enjoyed his job, good conversation, watching sunsets from his patio in Texas, and especially loved Rock Music. David had endured with tenacity and courage many medical interventions when he was young and earned the admiration of those who cared for him and loved him. He was blessed with a wealth of many devoted friends who greatly contributed to his happiness throughout his 50 years of life, and his wife and family will forever be grateful to them.
David is survived by his wife, parents, stepson, stepdaughter, son-in-law, grandson, granddaughter, three sisters, two brothers, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, six nephews, one great-nephew, and many loved cousins and extended family.
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Record added: Nov 23, 2009
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He was a sweet classmate. I remember saying hello as we passed in the halls and he always had a smile.|
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