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Orville Keith Rogers

November 30th, 1927

Orville Keith Rogers, age 84, lost his battle with heart and lung disease on Sunday, June 10th, 2012 at home in Forsyth, MO with his loved one Shirley Middleton by his side. He was born November 30th, 1927 in Ottawa County, KS the son of Oren W. and Dollie (Robbins) Rogers. He is survived by his brother, Gary (Mirium) Rogers of Victoria; KS, and his sister, Mary (Cliff) Stout of Lincoln, NE; sons Kenneth and Keith Rogers of Commerce City, CO; daughters Teresa G (Greg Green) Carlson of Aurora, CO and Yvonne (Tony) Blakeman of Commerce City, CO. He also leaves behind one grandson, Nathan Carlson; one granddaughter, Corra Lopez and two great grandsons, Eli Lopez and Cale Carlson. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Eloise (Key) Rogers, a brother Charles and a sister, Donna Louise. He retired in 1988 from Stapleton International Airport, City and County of Denver, CO as an Equipment Maintenance Supervisor. He was an army Veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific Theatre. Birth: Nov 30, 1927, Ottawa County, Kansas Death: Jun 10, 2012, Forsyth, Missouri

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Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Established in 1984, Aspen Mortuaries was founded with a singular purpose — to offer Lakewood families personalized end-of-life care. Our comprehensive services include a selection of caskets, urns, and memorial items designed to honor your loved one with dignity and respect. Whether you're considering cremation or a traditional burial, our team of experts help you plan a truly unique and meaningful memorial. A full-service funeral home, Aspen works with local cemeteries and has specialized services to veterans and their families, such as burial or interment at a national veterans cemetery.

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