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Kenneth E. Roger (Kenny), 72 of Surry, passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2020.  Kenny was preceded in death by his parents, Dal and Ruby Rogers.

Kenny was a Pipefitter working at several nuclear power plants throughout the U.S.  He never met a stranger, always make friends wherever he went and had a great sense of humor which he gladly let you know as soon as you met him.  Kenny also served in Vietnam as Military Police in 1968-1969.

Kenny is survived by his wife Susie Rogers, his daughter Amy Rogers Witthohn, his step-daughter Jennifer Rickmond Albert, his step-sons Jamie Rickmond and Sam Rickmond, his granddaughters Kailyn and Kristen Whitthohn, his grandson Seth Witthohn, his step-granddaughter Maddy Albert, his brother David (Joy) Rogers, his sister Linda (Frank) Gootee, his niece Cathy Rogers, and his nephew Jeff Rogers.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Surry Volunteer Rescue Squad, 11627 Rolfe Hwy., Surry, Va. 23883. 
R. W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home and Crematory, Wakefield Chapel is providing services.

Posted by BOBBY HOUSTON on August 24, 2020
My deepest sympathy to all of the Rogers family. Like many others, I haven't seen Kenny since high school that I can remember.  I do remember him as having a GREAT BIG smile on his face most of the time like he just did something he wasn't suppose to and got away with it! He seemed to love life very much. We served in Vietnam during the same time period so I thank his family for there sacrifice during that time period as well. I pray God will show you His way to peace, joy and understanding as you go through this time of grieving. May God Bless you always.
Because He Lives. 
Posted by Michael Spivey on August 18, 2020
Haven’t seen Kenny since 66 but we were good friends, lived a block from one another and went to Walter Reed ES and HS together. I remember his brother, sister and parents as a wonderful, kind family. I am sorry we have lost Kenny and I send my sincere condolences to his family.
Posted by Judy Allen on August 17, 2020
May God bless and comfort Kenny's family with loving memories. I have good memories of him back as far as elementary school. Kenny was such a cute kid and so nice. It sounds like he never changed.

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Posted by BOBBY HOUSTON on August 24, 2020
My deepest sympathy to all of the Rogers family. Like many others, I haven't seen Kenny since high school that I can remember.  I do remember him as having a GREAT BIG smile on his face most of the time like he just did something he wasn't suppose to and got away with it! He seemed to love life very much. We served in Vietnam during the same time period so I thank his family for there sacrifice during that time period as well. I pray God will show you His way to peace, joy and understanding as you go through this time of grieving. May God Bless you always.
Because He Lives. 
Posted by Michael Spivey on August 18, 2020
Haven’t seen Kenny since 66 but we were good friends, lived a block from one another and went to Walter Reed ES and HS together. I remember his brother, sister and parents as a wonderful, kind family. I am sorry we have lost Kenny and I send my sincere condolences to his family.
Posted by Judy Allen on August 17, 2020
May God bless and comfort Kenny's family with loving memories. I have good memories of him back as far as elementary school. Kenny was such a cute kid and so nice. It sounds like he never changed.
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