Let the memory of Roger be with us forever
  • 77 years old
  • Born on June 26, 1938 .
  • Passed away on September 15, 2015 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Roger Linquist 77 years old , born on June 26, 1938 and passed away on September 15, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Mary Hughes on 26th June 2018
Still cannot believe you are not with us. Hopefully you are looking down on us from Heaven. Just know that you will never be forgotten as you have left many memories for all of us to look back on. The birthday celebration I'll always remember at MetroPCS, is the one with the slide shows of your life growing up! It was not easy to pull off but worth seeing the beam in your eye and the smile on your face. May you RIP - Mary H
Posted by Mary Hughes on 15th September 2017
On the anniversary of Roger Linguist passing; it is still hard to believe you are not with us in person, but you are still with us in spirit. Your work is still being carried on, and you will never be forgotten. Oh, and yes I am still trying to work as if you were still looking over my shoulder as you did for so many years! May you continue to lead and guide us in spirit! You will forever be missed! Mary Hughes
Posted by Suzi Sharp on 26th June 2017
It is still strange that you are not with us, but enjoying the streets of gold in Heaven. So, today is your birthday. I have to chuckle thinking about all the years we would get you a cake just to watch you frown. lol But, we all knew you appreciated the thought - even if we did stop working for a bit to eat and enjoy that cake! Enjoy your day, Roger, and know that you are still missed. Suzi
Posted by Mary Hughes on 26th June 2017
Roger you are missed very much, and will never be forgotten. You have left a legacy through your hard work and kindness you showed to so many people. May you RIP - Mary Hughes
Posted by Mary Hughes on 16th September 2016
Roger will forever be missed. His leadership skills and sharp wit will always be remembered as well as his kindness! He was a great leader who cared about people and changed a lot of people's lives through his generosity. It was my pleasure to have worked with him for many years at MetroPCS and RDL Management. I learned a lot from him. He will never be forgotten. May he RIP. - Mary Hughes

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