OBITUARY

Dale Allen Rodgers

May 19, 1965March 23, 2021
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Dale Allen Rodgers, 55, of Greensburg passed away unexpectedly on March 23, 2021 at his residence. He was born on May 19, 1965 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son of Charles and Ruth McClure Rodgers. Dale was a 1983 graduate of Greensburg Community High School. He worked as an Industrial Maintenance Superintendent.

He is survived by his Wife, Sherri Morrow; Son, Davey Morrow; Daughter, JessiKa Morrow; Sister, Jennifer (Kevin) Youngblood; Nephew, Landon Youngblood; Goddaughter Mackenzie Horton; Mother-in-Law, Linda Ailes; Sister-in-Law Kim (Brian) Keeton; Nephews, Alex and Brice Keeton; Brother-in-Law, Sonny (Anna) Ailes; Nephew, Robert Ailes. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Dale enjoyed all types of racing, traveling, and working on cars. On any given day he could be found grappling with cars at a local garage or in the stands watching a race. You might have even caught him eating dinner at Stories Restaurant. Wherever he was, he was the life of the party. Dale never knew a stranger and could make anyone laugh. In fact, he had more friends than one could count. More often than not, he was referred to as “Killer”, a nickname that was given to him many years ago.

A visitation for family and friends will be held at the Gilliland Howe Funeral Home, observing CDC recommendations on Monday, April 5, 2021 from 11:00 am until the time of the Funeral at 2:00 pm. Rev. Doug Preston will be officiating. Burial will follow at the Milford Cemetery. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com

  • FAMILY

  • Charles Rodgers, Father (deceased)
  • Ruth (McClure) Rodgers, Mother (deceased)
  • Sherri Morrow, Wife
  • Davey Morrow, Son
  • JessiKa Morrow, Daughter
  • Jennifer (Kevin) Youngblood, Sister
  • Landon Youngblood, Nephew
  • Mackenzie Horton, Goddaughter
  • Linda Ailes, Mother-in-law
  • Kim (Brian) Keeton, Sister-in-law
  • Alex Keeton, Nephew
  • Brice Keeton, Nephew
  • Sonny (Anna) Ailes, Brother-in-law
  • Robert Ailes, Nephew
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Chris Walterman
  • Andy Fowler
  • Tim Reese
  • Shane Grub
  • Jake Keihn
  • Keith Brown
  • Nick Hamilton

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Funeral

    Monday, April 5, 2021

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  • Burial

    Monday, April 5, 2021

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Roger and Ruth Wenning

April 5, 2021

So sorry to hear of "killer's" passing. Such a loss of a comical guy who was also a great friend. He was truly one of a kind.

Jor Bonnlander

March 30, 2021

He was a great guy he made my breaks at work a lot more fun I’ll miss him he was a great guy

Krystal Walterman

March 29, 2021

Gonna miss having you at the house you were like family!!! Racing season is not gonna be the same without you!!! RIP!!!!fly high in the sky hippie!!!! Bet your up there rocking out to acdc!!!!

Scott Burton

March 29, 2021

Rip my friend you will be missed by many it was an honor to know you while you were here

Pam Sweet

March 29, 2021

R. I. P
You will be greatly missed by many.

Jennifer Carman

March 28, 2021

I have a lot of good memories with Dale and The Morrow Family. He spent so much time at our house growing up that he was like a brother to me and my siblings. We put him up to so much stuff and he would do it every time and make us laugh. When Daryl wouldn’t be home Dale would still be there hanging out with us girls and mom. We would paint his nails and do his hair as much as we done our own. We dared him to go to Comptons Cow Palace on Lincoln Street in the dead of winter with only his shorts on and without hesitation down Lincoln Street he went with cars honking and laughing. I could go on and on with stories of him. He will be greatly missed and thankful we have the fun memories of him. RIP Dale

Tony Griesehop

March 26, 2021

Dale and I did some crazy things over the years. One that sticks in my head we were riding motorcycles. Dale was a wheelie king on a V65 Honda. We headed North on Ireland Street and he was on the back wheel as usual and a car pulled out in front of him by Billings School while doing a wheelie. Scared the crap out me. While on the back wheel he weaved out went around the car while staying on the back wheel he weaved back in on the back wheel the entire time and just kept going like it was second nature. He was a mad man on a V65 and was good at it. Dale will never be forgotten. So sorry for your loss. I miss him and his crazy stories and several of those I was there so I know they happened.

Kimberly England

March 26, 2021

Prayers for you at this difficult time, so sorry for your loss. Safe travels my friend ❤

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