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Mr. Jonathan Andre’ Rogers

Mr. Jonathan Andre Rogers., born one sunny afternoon on June 4. 1982 in Dallas. TX to Ms. Annie Rogers. He was the fourth of five children born. Shortly after, he came to Kosse. TX to be raised by his grandmother. Lillie Pearl Rogers, in the country. He was also welcomed and greeted by his older sister. Lisa and older brother. Shumon. His Aunt Minnie and Uncle Nollen also welcomed him.

Jonathan accepted Christ at an early age and joined Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Kosse. TX under the tutelage of Rev. C.C. Cross. He later joined Greater Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Stranger. TX under the leadership of Rev. L.B. Perry.

Jonathan attended Groesbeck ISD. He was a proud graduate of the Class of 2000. He excelled in sports; however, he was best known for his natural athletic skills and abilities. He could high jump with ea,st; he could turn a back flip in a heartbeat. He had muscles for days. He held close friendships with his classmates and local cousins throughout his life. He moved to Dallas after graduation. While there, he continued his studies and attended El Centro Community College majoring in AV Tech in hopes to be a cameraman. His love of the country and his family would soon bring him back to Kosse.

Jonathan was affectionately known as Beaver. He’d had this nickname since childhood.

Beaver was a jack of all trades, yet surprisingly a master of many. You could find him painting, doing yard work, car detailing, house remodeling, or even under a hood. He worked for Total Restoration for two years, several jobs with Jack of All Trades. and in the community.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting. telling jokes, drinking sweet tea, and playing his guitar most of all. He loved his jeans and cowboy boots; he traveled with his Bible. Just last week, he sewed his own Bible cover. He was a Dallas Cowboys fan. He enjoyed sporting his jersey every now and then. Beaver liked to keep up with his nieces and nephews. He became a role model for his nephews showing them how things should be done. You could fmd him at all their birthday parties and playing games. He loved his siblings and always helped them whenever he could.

Unexpectedly, on Wednesday evening, June 19, 2019, Jonathan went to be with the Lord. He is now welcomed to his eternal home in Heaven with his grandmother, Sarah Lillie Pearl Rogers, and oldest brother. Corey Rogers. This was all too fast and all too soon. We loved him dearly, but God loved him more.

Jonathan leaves an army to cherish his memory: his mother, Ms. Annie Rogers of Dallas, TX. His three siblings: sister, Dr.Lisa Rogers.of Waco, TX, her children Kimberly Hall, Kristopher Glynn,. and Kylie Rogers, all of Waco, TX; and her grandchildren Damian Haliburton, Jr. and Kassidy Richardson. both of Waco. TX.His oldest brother, Mr. Shumon Rogers, Sr., of Kosse, TX and his children: TyNeesia Rogers and Shumon Rogers, Jr. of Milford, TX, Tyran Scott. of Bremond, TX; Akai Rogers of Desoto, TX ;and Shyenne Rogers. of Kosse, TX. His baby brother & sister-in-law. Mr. Robert & LaTessa Rogers, of Lufkin, TX and their children: Nevaeh. Sophia, and Kaison Rogers.

Jonathan also leaves to cherish his memory an Aunt Minnie Rogers (Patrick) Craddock of Dallas. TX; his Uncle NeNollen” and Aunt Rochelle Rogers of Groesbeck, TX; Great-uncle and great-aunt Rev. L.B. and Mrs. Dovie Perry of Kosse. TX; a special great-aunt, Ms. Madie Pearl Rogers of Dallas, TX. His firstcousins who were just like siblings cherishing his memory are the following: Carol Porch; Don Porch, both of Kosse. TX; April Porch of Mexia. TX; and Lillie Mae Porch Saldana of Coolidge, TX. Other first-cousins: Patrick Craddock. Jr. and DeMarcus Craddock of Dallas, TX; Christopher Rogers of Norfolk, Virginia, and Nollen D. Rogers of Groesbeck, TX .His longtime friend, Annette Rodriquez of Waxahachie, TX. Also his close friends: Marco Blacknall; BJ Davis both of Groesbeck, Tx; Rodrick Edwards; and Jarred Smith both of Kosse, Tx. He will also be mourned by a host of other relatives and friends. Jonathan Andre’ Rodgers smiles down on us from above. He is reunited with Grandma. Active Pallbearers: Shumon Rodgers, Sr., Robert Rodgers, Kris Glynn, Raynard Peterson, B.J. Davis, Marco Blacknall. Honorary Pallbearers

Tyron Scoot, Shumon Rogers, Jr., Akai Rogers, Kaison Rogers, Damian Haliburton, Jr, Roderick Edwards , GHS Class of 2000. Repast will be back at Antioch Baptist Church, Marlin, Tx after the Interment Final Resting Place: Shady Grove Cemetery, LCR # 705, Kosse, Tx Final Arrangements Entrusted To: Paul Funeral Home, 208 Charles Street Marlin, Tx 76661 254-803-2901, Herman Bell, Funeral Director. Service Saturday, June 29, 2019 11:00 am

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