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John Drengson
In Memory of
John Roger "Roger"
1946 - 2014
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Condolence From: Mary Marvin Charlton
Condolence: To Roger's Family,
I knew Roger when he attended Mayville State after his tour in Viet Nam. He and his friend, Jack Horner, always had a good time while at Mayville. Roger was always friendly, considerate and thoughtful. Please accept my condolences.
Mary Marvin Charlton
Friday March 28, 2014
Condolence From: Mike Flannery
Condolence: I worked with Roger on the Grand Forks Police Dept. He was a great guy as well as a fine officer and we were all very sorry to see him leave. It was always a treat to say hi to him when I had to go to the Border Patrol office. for investigations. My deepest condolences to his family
Friday March 28, 2014
Condolence From: Sheila Bernhardt
Condolence: Jill and Family, the loss of someone we love seems to leave a void in our lives. However, we can take comfort in knowing that our loved one can never really be taken away from us. We sit with those who are still here and share the funny and great times that made great memories that were made. This keeps your Dad forever in your heart and no one can take him away. Though it is sad that he is no longer on this earth, his pain is gone and he is now at peace. Many prayers and thoughts of you now and in the coming days come with this message.
Thursday March 27, 2014
Condolence From: Kyle Dorion
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to Roger’s entire family. He was a great guy and I really enjoyed visiting with him at the post office or grocery store when he was in town. May peace be with you.
Thursday March 27, 2014
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