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Brown-Wynne Funeral Home

200 Southeast Maynard Road, Cary, NC

OBITUARY

Brad William Rogers

April 20, 1954September 5, 2019
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Brad William Rogers, of Cary NC, went home to the Lord on September 5, 2019. Beloved husband of Jean, and devoted father to Amanda, Allison, and Brett. Sibling to Bruce and Patricia. Born April 20, 1954 in Philadelphia, he is once again reunited with his parents, Bill and Elsie Rogers in heaven.

Brad was a hardworking husband and father who did whatever it took to provide the best for his family. His love for hockey and sports lead him to his favorite job working at PNC Arena. Although he was born and bred Philadelphia Flyer, the Carolina Hurricanes held a special place in his heart as well.

He enjoyed playing golf and cheering on his Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles where now he's free to "Fly, Eagles Fly" into a peaceful eternity.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Carolina Hurricanes Foundation in honor of Brad (https://carolinahurricanesfoundation.org/forms/donate).

Visitation will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 2-4pm at the Brown-Wynne Funeral Home in Cary (200 SE Maynard Rd, Cary, NC 27511).

A Memorial will be held at a later date back in his hometown to be once again reunited with his parents.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, September 14, 2019

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David Pullins

September 13, 2019

David Pullins

September 13, 2019

I first met Brad two years ago at Harris Teeter. I immediately noticed he was on of those guys that was always smiling, cheerful and happy to see you. We quickly became friends. As I got to know him, I learned that Brad was very smart and hard working (held 3 jobs when I knew him). He was also a loving dad and husband that was proud of his family and dedicated to providing for them.

I saw Brad 3-4 times per week for the last two years I lived in Raleigh (2017-2019) and was my best friend before I left. Brad and I golfed, went to sporting events and of course drank together and just had a great time. We continued to stay in touch after I moved to Chicago and we planned to see each other several times a year. My wife Lisa also got a chance to know him and his wife Jean. We were so very sad to hear of his passing and will miss him dearly. Brad and his family are in our prayers.

RIP my friend.

Laurie Davis

September 11, 2019


Brad will be missed greatly in the Champions Club. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

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