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Roger's Story

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J. R. R. Tolkien once said "not all who wander are lost."
Roger wandered through life on a quest for the truth in God and the bible. He was born to Bob and Peggy Stephenson in Duncan, OK in Jan. 22, 1955. His quest continued from Countyline to Ardmore, Fletcher, Duncan and Scottland.
He graduated Duncan High School in 1973. He loved motorcycles and one 1969 Corvette. He loved his children and his lovely granddaughter.

He liked to tell people we were born on the same day and that I was the oldest. Actually, I was born on his 4th birthday. He was not happy to get a sister instead of the pony he wanted so badly.

Luanna's favorite memory of hospital stays was when the nurse told her "you're so sweet for taking care of your dad!" Roger, not amused, said "bite me."

Rogers last night was spent with consins Sheila and Brandon, Aunt Kaye and myself listening to Moody Blues and oddly Ray Thomas of Moody Blues died the same day as Roger. As Sheila put it, "Roger did not cross over alone."

Rogers quest ended Jan. 4 when he met God and found the truth.

A celebration of life will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Moose Lodge. Those in attendance should park in the back.

There will also be a memorial at the Freedom Biker Church at 1 p.m. on Sat, Jan. 20.
Published on January 11, 2018
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