Roger L. Shriver

roger shriver

January 26, 1965 ~ January 26, 2011

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Roger L. Shriver born Jan. 26, 1965, in La Junta, Colo., passed away Jan. 26, 2011, in Denver. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Hazel and John Shriver, Ida and Chester Love; also his brother, Russell Shriver. He is survived by his parents, Harry and Mariann (Love) Shriver; sisters, Patricia (Frank) Trujillo and Sara Shriver; several nieces and nephews, Joseph Sanchez, Jonathan Shriver, Nathaniel, Alexander, Rosalie and Danielle Trujillo (Donnie); and five great-nieces. Roger attended Parkhill Christian Academy and was a graduate of PCC. He was a dispatcher for Brisk Transportation. Roger loved the Avalanche, playing darts with his friends, and trips to Las Vegas. Service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to a charity of choice. Online condolences,

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  1. Many tears and a terrible heartache is within me. I feel the loss for friends & family as I know he held nothing higher. I pray there is peace for you. I didnt go to school with him, but heard so many stories of mischeif and friendship – amazing. I didnt work with him, but felt like I knew Drew inside and out! I also did not get to throw darts with Roger very often, but heard soooo many stories about mark and shawn! Truly treasures he talked highly about. I did have a wonderful love from him. Once in a lifetime love. I will cherish him all my life. He does fly with angels and our son – see you both one day!

  2. I am both shocked and saddened to hear of Rogers passing. I knew him from back at PCC in Pueblo Co where we were both PCC Sentators. I remember hanging with Roger in the old student center each day between classes playing fooseball. He was a great guy who had a great sense of humor.

  3. I am so sad and shocked to read of Roger’s passing. I was looking for him on Facebook…still hoping to reconnect after all these years. I will always remember him fondly. My prayers are with your family!

  4. I went to Park Hill with Roger. He was my first boyfriend in highschool. I have fond memories of him and Sarah both! His smile and laughter could light a darkened room! He was so much fun to be around and always knew just what to say to a friend when they were feeling down. He will be greatly missed by everyone who ever had the pleasure of meeting him.
    My family always felt that Roger and Sarah were part of our family. My mother was saddened to hear of Roger. She loved him like one of her own sons.
    I tried to make the trip up to say my goodbyes but the weather and road conditions have gotten so bad that I won’t be able to make it. Please know that you all are in my heart and prayers during this difficult time!

    Love to you all,

  5. I am so sorry to hear about Roger. I went to Park Hill with him. I considered him, along with Sara good friends. I am truly sorry for your loss. Love, Lori

  6. I was one of Roger’s teachers at PCA. He was always a joy to have as a student. He was always happy and joking. I consider it a privilege to have known him.

  7. I just want to say how much I will truly miss My Love, My friend, My Confidant. He was one of a kind. Thank you Roger for loving me and always being there I will miss you! The world has lost a wonderful person but we all gained a guardian angel!!!!

  8. I am sooo sorry Sarah bout your brother my thoughts & prayers are with
    you & your family. If there is anything you need please let us know.Love Jen,Jose,& the girls

  9. To Rogers Family… Thank you for sharing him with me. I had 5 years of funny jokes and emails from my buddy at GreatWide. I will truly miss his stories and his full hearted laugh. From his stories I can tell he had a full fun life. Someone said to me (thank you for the prayers for Roger). It comfort’s me to know he will be praying for me from up above. I know as you being family don’t see it but there is something special being born and leaving this earth on the sameday. It is like full circle..

  10. Roger and I were friends and Beernuts (dart partners) for several years. The world has lost a super guy. Rest in peace my friend. Save me a seat next to you.

  11. I’ve both worked and knew Roger outside of work, and he was always caring for others before himself. I think I’ll remember Roger for being one of the nicest people I’ve ever met, and having one of the biggest hearts, never thinking of himself first. Prayers go out to his family.

  12. My heart and prayers go out to Roger’s family and friends. He really was a great man and friend. I have alot to thank him for because I have a wonderful man and now baby. Thank you Rog for being you. RIP my friend.

  13. I am so sorry to hear about Roger passing, He had such a Great Personality and a Great sense of Humor, He made our High School Years Fun.

  14. Maryann and Harry our thoughts and prayers are with you at this delicate time. We love you!!

  15. We will always have wonderful memories of Roger. He was a good friend, and we had a lot of fun throwing darts with him. We will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.

  16. The shriver family would like to thank everyone for all the thoughts and prayers that have been conveyed. They have brought us much comfort and joy.
    Roger was such a joy in our lives and we are happy that he was so special to so many other people. Thank you all for being a special part of his life.

  17. My prayers and tears go out to the family. Roger was such a joy to be around. He could always bring a smile to everyones face. He also was a great dart partner. He taught me and several other people a great deal. He was a reason I would go to Denver. I will miss you Roger. Thank you for bring such a careing and loving man into the world he will never be forgotten..

  18. Mr. and Mrs. Shriver, Family and my friend Sara I am so sorry for lost of Roger my thoughts and prayers are with you. I have the most foundest memorizes of Roger, Sara, my sister and I. Im so thank for all times we did spend together.When we were young.I wished we would have should in touch more. He will be miss by all.

  19. Although I never met Roger, I felt I knew him via the conversations we had over the years. He was a pleasure to work with & always found a way to accomodate King Soopers. My sincere sympathy to all his family. Delbert Tisdale, Distribution Manager,King Soopers Main Bakery

  20. Roger was a classmate of mine at Park Hill. I remember his quick wit and how he always made us laugh. I am so sorry for your loss. I am sure he will be greatly missed. Praying for you!

  21. Iam so sorry for your loss, Roger was in my graduating class at Park Hill and was always quick with his humor, Always ready to be a friend and make you laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. God Bless.

  22. Roger, you were truly one of a kind. Your laughter could always make me smile … and you had a way of making me feel ok when nothing else seemed ok.
    I don’t think I could ever explain what you gave me … but you did give me a strength that I still turn to today.
    You were the best fake cousin I ever had … I will miss you ‘cuz’.

  23. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of your loss. Roger was a man who was loved by so many and will be truly missed.

  24. I loved to hear Roger laugh. He could always find the humorous in almost anything. A big bear of a man, he had a warm and giving heart. I’ll miss you, cousin.

  25. Thank you for sharing such a great, wonderful, amazing, special… I could keep going on and on forever with the all of Rogers traits. He was a great freind and he will always have part of my heart! I love you guys

  26. I am truly sorry for your loss. You raised one of the best men that truly ever walked this earth. Roger was loved and respected by all he came in contact with. He is one of the best friends I have ever had in my life and I will miss him terribly, as will so many others. You are in my thoughts and prayers always.

  27. There really are no words to describe what all of you are going through. Roger was a wonderful, considerate, and caring man.. I was very lucky to have him in my life. All of you are in my prayers and thoughts. Thank you Harry and Marianne for bringing such a great person into this world.

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