Lloyd McClain Rogers

Lloyd Rogers High SchoolOn June 23rd, 2015, the Lord escorted Lloyd McClain Rogers to Eternal Glory in Heaven to be with his wife, brother, parents, and ancestors.


Lloyd was born January 26th, 1933 in Darrington, Washington, enlisted in the U.S. Navy for eight years, then settled down to start a family after his term of service, working as a warehouseman for various firms. In the 1970’s he was drawn to serving his country again, this time serving in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve until his retirement.


He leaves behind two sons, Scott and Brad Rogers, Daughter-in-Law Edlin Rogers, Daughter-in-Law Donna Rogers, Grand Daughter Kylie Lloyd Rogers NavyRogers, Grand Son Kent Rogers, Sister Roberta Calkins, Niece Linda Wike, Sister-in-Law Lola Rogers, Nephew Boyd Rogers, Niece Shelley Rogers-Lack, Former Wife Lorna Vollmer, Former Wife Janet Wolfheim, Step-Sons Greg and Steve Childs, Step-Daughter-in-Law Sherri Childs, Step-Daughter Shari Jo Tershin, Son-in-Law John Phillips, Grand Daughters Stephanie Jo Richen, Tiffany Lynn Warner, Dad at HomeAmanda Grace Phillips, Great Grand Daughter McKenzie Marie Warner and Best Friend to the End Margie Starr and her family.


A memorial service for Lloyd will take place on Saturday, July 18th, 10:30 am at the New Life Church in Renton, Washington. Since Lloyd loved military charities, the family requests in lieu of flowers to donate to the Wounded Warrior Project in his name.

10 Responses to “Lloyd McClain Rogers”

  • Scott & Edlin Rogers says:

    Dad, we miss you so very much, but we know you are happy and pain free where you are now. We will see you when our time comes and have a big reunion. We love you!

  • Bradley rogers says:

    So proud to have you as my dad, I miss the phone calls just to check on me, I miss you so much! You are my best friend, truly humbled to have such a great man as my Dad, words will never be able to describe the loss in my heart, truly, the greatest man I will ever know

  • Janet Wolfheim says:

    Now you’re there, where there is no pain and tears are only for joy. Hug my mom and dad for me.

  • Gordon Evenson says:

    The happiness I’ve known could not have been possible without Lloyd. He left me with memories I’ll cherish forever. We went to baseball games, fishing, boat races; he filled the freezer with TV dinners when we were on our own. The good I’ve done in life owes a debt to Lloyd. He made the world a better place and for that all can be thankful.
    I’ll end with something Lloyd wrote me: ‘My prayer for you is that God will give you peace for the loss of your dad.’
    Lloyd raised two fine sons and for that we can all be thankful and hope in their memories of their dad they can find peace.

  • Sanchez Family says:

    Our condolences to the Rogers. Our prayers are with your family .

  • Donna Rogers says:

    I was blessed to have you as a second dad,& wonderful grandfather to my children.. I will never forget your infectious laugh.. & your love & kindness to me always.. You have a pice of my heart forever.. You are so loved and missed but I know God is holding you.. I love you

  • TJ.Serrano says:

    You are forever missed and always in thought..if it weren’t for you we wouldn’t know Scott and that was the greatest gift we have gotten was the friendship of Scott and Edlin bc of Mr.Rogers
    <3 <3 <3
    with much love Trisha and Jeremiah & road pups 🙂

  • Dean & Vicki Mergner says:

    Lloyd Rogers will be missed very much. He was a kind and loving man with a great sense of humor and was quick with a smile and a laugh. We can all take comfort knowing that he is home with the Lord Jesus. We send our condolences to the Rogers and their family. May the Lord bless you and give you strength during this difficult time.

  • Vanessa Lynne says:

    I was so shocked to hear that Lloyd had passed away …
    i had just been to Evergreen and saw him and only days later i learned that he was gone ! i am so very sad …
    I always looked forward to seeing him when i’d visit our remaining friends at Evergreen and his warm hearted easy going way . I knew he was in more pain than he showed , but he was such a very modest man with such inner strength & he never complained although i could see the pain beneath his pleasant demeanor …
    He was our very good friend for as long as we knew him at Evergreen Retirement where my Mama also lived and she passed away one year & 7 months ago & my Papa passed away this past December so it has been very hard …
    So many others have passed on too whom we had gotten to know & grow very fond of , so it will be a great reunion with Lloyd and all of our other loved ones & Veterans whom we loved & respected up in the Sweet bye & bye where we shall all meet on that beautiful shore ..

    oh i had gotten to know Margie too and she is a beautiful sweet lady & was a shining light for him & i am sure
    she is heartbroken now … i extend my love and blessings here today for the Family & Best Friends he leaves behind
    & even though i will miss him ~ i am so thankful to God
    that i got to rub shoulders with the best of the best !
    A warm Salute to you , Sir Lloyd …
    See you in Heaven one day , my Friend

  • David and Vicky Rundhaug and family says:

    Our condolences are with you Brad and Scott and families, our prayers are with all of you too.

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