Larry C. Rogers

larry rogers

March 3, 1948 ~ February 24, 2024

Born in: Alamosa, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Larry C. Rogers, 75, passed away Feb. 24, 2024. Memorial Mass, 9 a.m. Friday, March 1, at St. Pius X Church, 3130 Morris Ave. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. CandleImageI’ll always remember how kind and happy Larry was when he visited, especially when he brought Kathleen to meet the extended family for the first time.

    He had just offered to help my cousin with money for my aunt’s services and told me how close the family was when they were younger. At the same time he was struggling with his own health issues. Who would’ve guessed? It’s always heart wrenching to lose the good ones, and Larry was a great one.

  2. Larry was such a good man, teacher, and husband. He had an exceptional sense of humor.
    My thoughts and prayer are with Kathleen and his family.
    May he rest in peace. 🕊️

  3. CandleImageI’m so sorry that Bernie and I cannot make it. I was so honoured to aing for you and Larry when you were married. Your music was beautiful and unique. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. CandleImageKathleen, our condolences are sent to you and your family. Larry will always have a special place in our hearts. He was a teacher for all three of our kiddos and Gary has memories of him running with the cross country team. May he Rest in Peace. With respect, Gary Bastian and Family!

  5. Kathleen,
    You and your family are in our prayers. Larry was a wonderful person and certainly an advocate for us- keeping everyone on their feet!!

  6. CandleImageKathleen,
    So very so sorry to learn of Larry’s passing. I hope your happy memories will give you comfort during this difficult time.

  7. Larry was my neighbor for the past 20 years. He was always there for me – whether to pet sit or help me with something around the house or yard. I will always remember hearing him walking the dogs in the morning and greeting neighbors. His cheerfulness was infectious and he will be greatly missed.

  8. Larry was a very good softball coach. He always had a winning team. I had the pleasure of going to school with Larry at Corwin Middle School. He loved to run. He was great with the kids. I also had the pleasure of umpiring his games. May He Rest In Peace.

  9. We will miss Larry. A man of great faith. Always ready to help those in need. We know you will enter heaven joyfully. He will be missed.
    Kathleen sending our love to you and family.

  10. So many memories of running miles with Larry aka Slab! He was such an inspiration to our cross country team. Prayers and hugs to his family

  11. Fellow referee but in the Denver metro area. Never had the opportunity to work with Larry but I am always saddened when we lose one of our own. He will be in my thoughts and prayers as will his family. Rest in peace.

  12. CandleImageKathleen, you and your family will be in our prayers. Larry was the best hospitality minister ever!! Always a smile, a warm greeting and would do anything he could for anyone. He definitely spread the light of Jesus. We will see him again one day. 🙏

  13. All three of my kids had Larry as their P.E. teacher at Franklin Elementary school. He dearly loved the kids and went above and beyond working with the parents and the children. He will be missed

  14. CandleImageKathleen, you are in the Prayers of many. Larry was such a kind, happy and truly caring gentleman. Larry was very respected by students and parents as the referee (with the loudest whistle) for the Rangers Soccer Team. My oldest Grandson is one of the High School boys he took under his big caring wings and was teaching him about being a referee. Larry will be eternally in the memory of many students who know him as “The best PE teacher, the best Coach and the most honest referee I ever knew. “

  15. We will miss this wonderful guy. He filled the room with joy and lots of energy. We will pray for his family and our congregation as we say “so long for now,” on this journey to eternity. RIP, my Friend.

  16. CandleImageMr. Rogers was our daughters gym teacher at Ben Franklin. Very sorry to hear about his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with his Soul and Family

  17. CandleImageThe happiest guy I knew. Always a smile on his face and a bounce in his step. He would always throw the door open and shout a joyful greeting at church. The best Hospitality Minister ever! Dennis will miss Larry’s gifts of pineapple pie. We are here for you Kathleen.

  18. CandleImageKathleen and family,
    Words can not express the loss and heavy hearts you all are feeling. Larry was always so cheerful and such a positive person. I have no doubt he touched many lives and he will be missed. I will surely miss his joyful greetings at Mass. Prayers for you and your family.

  19. CandleImageWhat a great guy. I hadn’t seen him for years but many fond memories and miles together. He always has such a positive attitude. Rest in peace my friend.


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