Leonard "Pookie" Rogers
”1939 - 2016”

    Leonard "Pookie" Rogers

    "What Life should be"
    "To be proud of whom I've tried to be, And this life I chose to live.
    To make the most of every day By giving all I have to give.
    To me that's what this life should be, To me that's what it's for.
    To take what God has given me And make it so much more
    To live a life that matters, To be someone of great worth.
    To love and be loved in return And make my mark on Earth.
      Pat A. Fleming

      Leonard "Pookie" Rogers of Commerce, OK passed away Friday, April 15, 2016
      at Intebris Baptist Health Center in Miami, OK. He was 76.
      Leonard was born August 18, 1939 to Harold and Lillie (Ross) Rogers.
      He served with the United States Navy. He ha worked in the aeronautic and space industry.
      He was a member of the Spring River Indian Baptist Church and a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe.
      He was preceded in death by his wife Leta Rogers, his parents, and his siblings,
      Charles Buddy Rogers, Wanda Hylton, Archie Pettit, Wasa Lee Tyner, Monta Lee Lasley
      and Mary Jane Sharp.
      Survivors include his son Wendell Rogers and 4 daughters, Melanie Lottinville,
      Jamie Rogers, Lenora Rogers and Grizelda Rogers. Also surviving are 2 sisters,
      Esther Alexander of Quapaw, OK and Julia Bender of Miami, OK, several grandchildren
      and several great-grandchildren.
      Services will be Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
      at the Paul Thomas Funeral Home Chapel in Miami. Rev. Steven Daugherty will officiate.
      Interment will be in Peoria Cemetery. The family will receive friends Monday evening
      from 6-7 p.m. at Paul Thomas Funeral Home in Miami.

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