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Roger R. Mawhorr
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I have many fond memories of Uncle Rog, since I spent alot of time at their house with Diana. When I think of Uncle Rog, I think of OSU, the Detroit Tigers, Louis Armstrong, playing ball, golf, fishing,singing, and dancing with Aunt Winnie. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Posted by: Cande Wilson - Sheboygan, WI - Niece   Oct 13, 2012

My best memory of Uncle Rog was when I was a young boy he would take his son Mike myself and my dad who passed away in 1999. Would go to the Ohio State football games. This is one thing I will never forget. I also want tell the family that they are in our prayers at this time. Greg Layton and family

Posted by: Greg layton - gaston, SC - Nephew   Oct 12, 2012

Our deepest sympathies go out to your family at this time, especially to Ms. Winnie. We love you guys and are sorry for your loss. Diana, you were an amazing daughter to Roger, and took wonderful care of him throughout these years. You have everything to be proud of!

Love...Bethany, Abbey, Maggie, and Caleb Onnen

Posted by: Bethany Onnen - Delphos, OH - friend of the family   Oct 12, 2012

Winnie & Family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Roger was a great neighbor and friend when our family lived next door and we have a lot of fond memories that we will always cherish. With love, Freida and family.

Posted by: Freida N Beougher - Miamisburg, OH - Friend   Oct 12, 2012

It is with great sadness that I am here today. Roger was great friend and mentor to me, a wonder friend to my father, and the best neighbor anyone could have. I was truly blessed growing up on Franklin St. and being part of Rogers and Wini's lives.

Roger took me to my first OSU game. I was a little down after breaking my ankle and missed my senior year of football. I am sure he could have taken any

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Posted by: Jim Brown - Dublin, OH - friend   Oct 12, 2012

We will miss Roger at the Army Reunions, and the way he "expressed" his opinions. Our condolences. ....Bob

Posted by: Robert Karr - Milford, MI - Son of WW2 buddy: Ray Karr   Oct 11, 2012

Al and I wish to extend our deepest condolences to the family on your loss. You will be missed by all who knew you.

Posted by: Rita Maroscher - Orangeburg, SC - Mother of 2 of his grandchildren   Oct 11, 2012

My thoughts and prayers go out to Mike and his family.

Posted by: April Frerker - Belleville, IL - Friend of Mike   Oct 11, 2012

With deepest sympathy, we pray God will continue to console the hearts of you and your family during your time of bereavement. May the memories you've shared bring your hearts joy and peace.

Posted by: Christopher and Sonia Shuler - Orangeburg, SC - friends of Rachel M. Langston   Oct 11, 2012

So many fond memories of Uncle Rog growing up. He was so handsome and he and Uncle Bid would always give me their New Year's Eve horns and hats when I stayed with Grandma New Year's Eve. Our family picnics were famous for great food and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Uncle Rog and I would discuss Ohio State athletics, particularly football, and he would always offer his opinion as to why OSU was winning or losing. You are sorely missed by so many who loved you deeply, including me. Rest in peace and say "Hi" to Jim for me.

Posted by: Kay Wilhelm - Circleville, OH - Niece   Oct 10, 2012