Divorced about 1922 in Missouri. After his Funeral and Cremation in 1951, his Cremains were left in storage in Spokane, WA until found in 2009. They were subsequently scattered on the Spokane River in 2010.
Ray Stinson Rogers; (son) Clarence Andrew rogers (grandson)
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On January 17, 2013 Clarence Rogers wrote:
After the funeral, apparently no-one made arrangements for the cremains. The cremains remained in storage, In Spokane, until September, 2009. I was visiting Spokane from Michigan for School Reunion in Idaho, and stopped by the Cemetary where Dad and Grampa supposedly were interred, that's when e found out he was still"On the shelf." After sking other family members, a concensus decided to scatter his ashes at the "Bowl-and-Pitcher" on the Spokane River, which we did in the spring of 2010.
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