Jannon Gail Rogers

26 novembre 197422 juin 2020

Jannon Gail Rogers, 45 of Wilmington, died June 22, 2020. She was born November 26, 1974 in Newport News, Virginia to Ronald Wayne Sclater and Mary Patricia Walthall.

She was preceded in death by her father Ronald Wayne “Toot” Sclater.

She is survived by her husband Scott Rogers; son, Cooper; mother, Mary Patricia Puskas and husband Thomas; daughter, Morgan Rogers and fiancé Dan of Seattle Washington; brothers: Dennis Sclater of Virginia and Dustin Sclater and wife Michelle of Maryland; nephews: Jonathan Sclater of Statesville, Jake Sclater and nieces: Bailey Sclater of Maryland and Cheyanne Sclater and Abigail Sclater both of Virginia.

A Memorial Service will be held at 11 am Saturday, July 4, 2020 in the chapel of Coble Funeral and Cremation Service at Greenlawn Memorial Park, 1155 Shipyard Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28412. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Go Fund Me page for Jannon Rogers.

Condolences to the family may be made at www.coblegreenlawn.com.


  • Visitation

    samedi, 4 juillet , 2020

  • Memorial Service

    samedi, 4 juillet , 2020


Jannon Gail Rogers


Wilma Woodard

7 juillet , 2020

My heart has been aching since I heard about Jannon...💔

Jannon was a HUGE asset to CFEI. I work with a cataract surgeon and would talk to her on the phone a lot when making appointments for mutual patients. I only saw Jannon when I went to CFEI for my yearly check ups... but I feel like I have known her a lifetime❤️

When I would call CFEI she ALWAYS made me laugh until my face hurt or I had tears in my eyes.... like now, except these are tears of sadness unlike when talking to her...she gave me tears of pure joy!!!! She was full of joy every time I spoke with her & I will truly miss that smile I ALWAYS heard in her voice.

I just had to share my thoughts of Jannon and hope they make you smile like she would want ALL of us to do😊

My thoughts and prayers are with Jannon’s family & CFEI family as well

Melody Blair

2 juillet , 2020

When I met Jannon for the first time I was the newbie at CFEI and she instantly made me feel welcomed. From day one we became great friends and made work fun. She is one of a kind. Her smile, big heart and love for people made everyday worth while. I miss you so much. Thank you for being you and doing so much for so many people.

Melanie Hare

2 juillet , 2020

Jann and I met in high school and became best of friends right away. She became like a sister to me. We had so much fun together and I have so many great memories that will always make me smile.
Jann was such a beautiful person with such huge heart. She was so full of life and could always brighten up any room she walked into. Having her in my life made me a better person. I will miss her and my heart aches. I love you Jann. The memories we made will live in my heart forever. ❤️

Kristi Greene

1 juillet , 2020

I'd just started to work at Cape Fear Eye Institute. I was without $ until I got paid. This extraordinary woman offered to give me $ if I was in need. You're a kind soul in Heaven. I will never forget you, or your kind giving soul. I'll miss you girl 😘 Give that smile to Jesus, and FLY OVER US, UNTIL 🤗

Danielle Ducsay

1 juillet , 2020

Jannon was one of the sweetest people I knew. Anytime I saw her, she was laughing and smiling. My favorite thing about her was they way she complimented people. Her compliments were genuine and always came when you needed them the most. She will be greatly missed ❤️❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼

Maryrose Kemp

1 juillet , 2020

I met sweet Jannon through a friend, she needed care for precious Cooper when he was just a baby. Such a caring and loving person and mother. She will be missed dearly.

Shiva Afshartous

1 juillet , 2020

Jannon and I went to school together....where do I even start? We had great fun and lots of memories. She is a wonderful friend with a heart of gold. Miss you girl. Love you very much. Rest in peace. ❤️

Ryan Dillon

1 juillet , 2020

Jannon Rogers was a truly special woman. We met Jannon on a walk with our newborn twins when we first moved into Kirkwood. She was so inviting, and immediately made us feel welcome. Soon after we saw her at the pool, and she immediately took our babies so we could finally relax for a little while. That was the thing about Jannon. You never had to ask for help, she would always beat you to it. She loved helping everyone, and never met a stranger. She quickly became our close friend, she was there for us through good times and bad. Always with a shoulder to lean on, or cry. She was just an amazing woman, and a wonderful mother. Cooper was her world, she loved him so much. She will be missed by so many. God always picks the best flowers first, rest easy Jannon.

Kalen Timer

30 juin , 2020

Jannon was an amazing woman. She was a very close friend of mine when I lived in Raleigh and she had a very positive impact on my life. She had the biggest heart, a witty sense of humor and an energy that could brighten any room she walked into. Jannon was full of love and kindness and will never be forgotten. Sending my sincerest condolences to Cooper and family ❤️