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Alvin Johnson Rogers, November 30, 1910~January 6, 2015

Rogers, Alvin for PaperAlvin Johnson Rogers, 104, of Fayetteville died Tuesday, January 6, 2015 in Fayetteville.  He was born November 30, 1910 in Madison County, AR. to Johnson and Miranda Spurlock Rogers.

He moved to California in 1936, and was engaged in citrus growing for 40 years.  He was a member of Placentia Orange Growers Association and the Orange County Farm Bureau.  He retired in 1981 and moved to Rogers, AR. and then to Fayetteville in 2004.  He was a member of the Farmington Church of Christ.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Myrtle Mitchell Rogers; his parents; four sisters and five brothers.

He is survived by one son, Ronald Glenn Rogers and his wife, Margaret of Fayetteville; one grandson, Travis Rogers and wife, Laura of Windsor, CO.; one granddaughter, Glynis Rardin and husband, Brett; and two great-grandchildren, Lynsey and Andrew Rardin, all of Fayetteville; many nieces and nephews.

Visitation celebration will be from 1-3 P.M. on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at Beard’s Funeral Chapel.

Interment will be in Drakes Creek Cemetery following the visitation celebration under the direction of Beard’s Chapel.

Pallbearers will be Travis Rogers, Brett Rardin, Andrew Rardin, Bill Rogers, Dennis Rogers, Lynn Rogers and Paul Rogers.

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    Name » 07. Jan, 2015

    Andy was just thinking about him. He will be missed

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    Bill & Mable King » 08. Jan, 2015

    Ron: We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept out sincere condolences.

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    Curtis and Ann Yates » 12. Jan, 2015

    We know the sorrow of giving up a dad and grandparent. May many happy memories replace your sorrow in time. We were fortunate in having the parents we had from that generation of people who were generally good, honest and hardworking people. Mom spoke of all her brothers and sisters with such affection.