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I'm sure Roger will be missed by many. I only knew him for a few years. I found him to be kind, helpful and someone to share photographic knowledge with. He is very much missed.


Posted by: Tony Botelho - Brattleboro, VT   Aug 15, 2013

Months later I have just learned about Roger who was a high school classmate to my husband and myself. I will remember our last wonderful visit in Royal Oak at a mini reunion. Sad news.


Posted by: Rebecca Schaafsma - Traverse City, MI   Aug 15, 2013

Roger was a very good man, kind-hearted man. I am very saddened to hear of his passing. His quiet and gentle presence will be missed.


Posted by: Lauren Ashley - Brattleboro, VT   Apr 06, 2013

I'm very sorry to hear of Roger's passing. Roger gave me my first job at Elliot Street Camera during summers between my school years. He was always kind and supportive. I went on to become a commercial photographer, so that early support was part of my career springboard. I moved away in the early 80's to follow that career and gradually fell out of touch, so my memories of him are from long ago...they are of a kind and gentle,

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Posted by: Marco Prozzo    Apr 05, 2013

Roger had a profound affect on so many people and I will miss him forever.


Posted by: Merritt Brown    Apr 04, 2013

So sorry about Roger's passing. He was such a nice guy and a very talented photographer. RIP, Roger.


Posted by: Nancy Christmas    Apr 04, 2013

So sorry to hear he's gone. Most fun I ever had at a job was working for Roger.


Posted by: Guest    Apr 04, 2013

You always were an odd duck, but you were diligent and loyal. Miss the days! In thinking of Brattleboro in the 80s you were such a constant presence. You will be missed.


Posted by: Doug Hayward - Rockport, ME   Apr 04, 2013

Forever in our hearts, Rog...


Posted by: Donna Dearborn    Apr 04, 2013

I have wonderful memories of Roger during my years at Marlboro, both as a student and visiting artist. He looked you in the eye when he talked to you, and his gentle voice was always welcoming. I'm sorry for your loss.


Posted by: carter sio - newtown, PA   Apr 04, 2013