Gale Rogers

Graveside services for Mr. Gale Rogers of Kilmichael will be held on Friday, January 7 at 2:00 p.m. in Community Baptist Church Cemetery near Kilmichael. Rev. Jerry McNeer will officiate the service. Pallbearers will be Dewayne Donahoo, Ronnie Donahoo, Ray Hodges, Eddie Miller, Jeff Stafford, and David Miller. Honorary pallbearers will be R. C. Beckwith, Dennis Donahoo, Harold Donahoo, Darrell Donahoo, Thomas “Toad” Donahoo, Clark Rogers, Snuffy Garrett, Steve McCrary, Kenny King, Jerry Stafford, Larry Greenlee, Seth Rogers, Robert Rogers, Edd Rogers, Leon Rogers, J. D. Beam, Lee Kendal, and Bernard Yates.

The family respectfully request that those in attendance wear masks and observe social distancing. Thank you.

Gale Rogers, 76, passed away at his home on Wednesday, January 5, 2022. He was born in Montgomery County on June 8, 1945. He worked in bricklaying for the majority of his life and also hauled pulpwood. He loved camping and spending time and working with his grandsons, with whom he shared and taught his craft of masonry. He could often be found riding his bike or side-by-side and drinking coffee and sharing stories with his friends at Bridges Kwik Way in Winona. He was a faithful and active member of Community Baptist Church near Kilmichael, where he served in many areas including: cutting grass, cleaning, and up-keep of the church cemetery.

Mr. Rogers is survived by his wife, Linda Donahoo Rogers of Kilmichael; daughter, Libby Rogers King (Daniel) of Winona; sister, Linda Stafford (Jerry) of Kilmichael; sister-in-law, Shirley Rogers of Kilmichael; two grandsons, Kendall and Kaleb King; two nieces, Mechonne Nance and Katrice Tittle; and nephew, Jeff Stafford. He is preceded in death by his parents, Sell F. Rogers and Inez Harris Rogers Mills; and brother, Jessie Rogers.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Community Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 1865 Hwy 407, Kilmichael, MS 39747.

13 thoughts on “Gale Rogers

  1. Linda Libby and family we are so sorry to hear this Alan said he just talked to him and Dennis in Napa our prayers are with you all ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™


  2. Linda and Libby, we are so sorry to hear about Gale, but you can’t really lose someone when you know where they are. Gale was always kind, friendly, and just a really pleasant fellow to be around. We know you will miss him so much! Our prayers are with all of you, and we are available if you I need us. We love yall!

    Mike and Cheryl


  3. Linda and family, so sorry to hear about Gale. Gale was such a joy to know, always so friendly and made you feel so good just knowing him. I will be praying for your family. May the Lord bring you peace and comfort at this difficult time.


  4. i am so sorry to hear of your loss of such a great man. he was a wonderful man who blessed all the lives he touched.


  5. Linda,
    Gale was such a kind and thoughtful man. I appreciated the work he did for me recently. I had known him all of my life, but had never had a conversation with him until that time. In those conversations I learned how much he loved you, Libby and the grandsons. His smile would get wider and his eyes would get brighter when I asked about any of you.


  6. Linda I am so sorry to see that Gale passed away! Bless you my sweet friend! Always loved you all and Howard and I enjoyed spending time with you all! I know he and Howard have already met and are having a great time! Love you!


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