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Troy Allan Rogers, age 49 of West Valley City, Utah passed away July 1, 2016. Troy was in a car wreck on Tuesday, June 28, and later died from injuries sustained in the accident. Troy was born January 16, 1967 in Moab, Utah to Cecelia and Vernon Allan Rogers. Troy was preceded in death by his father Vernon Rogers, and his brother, Vernon Arthur Rogers. Troy is lovingly remembered by his mother: Cecelia Rogers of Yakima, Washington, his sisters: Barbie Gannon (Robert) of Mabton, Washington, Freida Paige Blurton (Mark) of Kennewick, Washington, brother: Johnny Rogers (Juanita) of Vancouver, Washington, daughters: Destiny Rogers, Tiffany Cohee (Joe), Jamie Murray (Matt), Torrie Marie, and sons: Troy Rogers Jr., Zachary Rogers, Chad Duvall, and Morgan Duvall of West Valley City, Utah. Troy also had four grandchildren: Cheyanne, LI, Kaciee, and Laciee Cohee, Troy was so looking forward to welcoming his new grandbaby girl in a couple of months. Planning for his new granddaughter gave him pure happieness. Troy had many nieces and nephews, cousins, Aunts and Uncles who loved him dearly.
A viewing will be held July 9, 2016 at 1:00 PM at Peel Funeral Home, 8525 West Magna Main Street (2700 South), Magna, Utah.
Troy attended Helen M. Knight elementary in Moab, and later moved to Price, Utah. He spent many summers in Lovington, New Mexico with his grandfather, and his many cousins. (I know that Troy and Grandpa are kicking it together enjoying their favorite Pan De Dulce). Troy later made his home in the Salt Lake City area, where he met and Married Patty Duvall. Together they had a daughter Tory Marie, Patty had two daughter and two sons that Troy claimed as his own. Chad, Tiffany, Jamie, and Morgan. Troy was very passionate about his family, everyone who knew Troy knew the love he had for his children.
Troy spent many hours drawing, he could turn any canvas into a work of art. He truly was an amazing artist.
Troy had a way of keeping you on your toes, never a dull moment with this guy. He lived on the edge, always needing excitement, you could say he lived “Fast and Furious” he had a wonderful way of lighting up the room with his laughter, Troy was truly one of the funniest people that I knew. I will carry those memories around forever.
Troy, dear brother, y
ou're still here in my heart and mind,
still making me laugh because your stories live on.
I hold you in a thought and I can feel you.
I feel you and this gives me strength and courage.
The tears I have cried for you could flood the earth
and I know you would have wiped each one away.
For you Brother, I promise you this,
I will go on with my life and make you proud. I will always hold you in my heart.
I promise you, I will be missing you every day till the end of time,
but this is not my end, and I can't hold my head underwater....I need to breathe.
I need to love and miss you, but I also need to live because through me you will live,
you will still laugh and love,
you will still sing and dance,
you will still hug and kiss.
You will forever be in our lives,
you will forever be a brother,
I am going to miss your shining face
I think of you and wonder why?
I might cry or smile,
but at the end of the day I am one day closer to you.....
I love you little brother.
Saturday, July 9, 2016
1:00 - 3:00pm (Mountain time)
Peel Funeral Home
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