Jennifer Lynn Rogers

May 5, 1985April 3, 2021

Jennifer “Jen” Rogers, age 35, passed away Saturday, April 3rd, 2021 in Jupiter, Florida.

Jen is survived by her parents, Susan and Kevin Rogers; her sister, Natalie Baric (James), her grandfather Alan Lighthart (Nancy); her aunt Janet Love (Thomas); and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is predeceased by her grandmother, Elizabeth Rogers; her grandfather, George Rogers; and her grandmother Mary Ellen Lighthart.

Jen was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 5th, 1985. She graduated from North Allegheny High School in 2003 and went on to complete a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing degree at Robert Morris University in 2009. Jen moved to Florida in 2013 where she eventually settled in Jupiter. She worked as a Private Banking Associate at Bank of America. Jen was an avid lover of cats, penguins, and sunshine. She could make anyone laugh with her sense of humor, jokes, dance moves, and funny faces. Hailing from Pittsburgh, she was a big Pittsburgh Steelers and Penguins fan. Jen cared deeply for her friends and family. She will be truly missed by her family, friends, and everyone whose life she touched.

A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor on Saturday, May 1st from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center. A separate celebration will be held in Pittsburgh at a date yet to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation at .


1 May

Celebration Of Life

3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

1112 Military Trail
Jupiter, FL 33458


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Mark Rogers

April 12, 2021

I cannot put into words how I feel. It will be hard knowing your not around. I will treasure the times we had at family gatherings, to the times going out and hanging out together with our friends. I will miss our little talks and reaching out to you for advice. My cousin, my friend you will be deeply missed. Love you JLR.

Amber Rickards

April 11, 2021

My dear friend & cube mate. The one who made us laugh every day with things like your Justin Timberlake pics & creepy clown pics hidden all over the office, your kids meal of hot dog with Mac & cheese for lunch, your funny stories of whatever you did that weekend, your corny jokes and so much more. I will miss your laugh, your smile, your good hair tips, your creepy humor, the smell of your hot dog with Mac & cheese for lunch, your English muffins for breakfast, our love of Dunkin’ and the few walks I actually took with you even though you went every day (kicking myself for not going on more). You were there for me when my water broke at the office with my first child and I never forgot that. The office will never be the same without you and I’m really glad we’re not there right now. I will sure miss you my friend. You left a mark and we won’t forget you. ❤️

Sue, Big K (that’s all she ever called you), Natalie, Melissa, Kristen & all other family/close friends - you all are close to my heart and in my constant prayers that the Lord will hold you up during the days and weeks to come & give you strength to get through them like only He can give. She talked about you guys all the time and loved you so much!

Tracey Vaughan

April 7, 2021

You always made work days better at Nordy’s! And you were always up for margs at Patron. I loved your commentary during Steelers games. You’ll be so terribly missed by so many, Jen. Fly high my friend. Rest In Peace.


April 7, 2021

7 years, but it feels like a lifetime. During these past 7 years, you have made me laugh more than anyone else I've ever known. You knew me better than most, if not all others, including my own family (I've always considered you family, though). You taught me so much about life and how to be an "adult", because even as you were only just figuring it out yourself, you always seemed so great at it. You taught me to value myself and stand up for myself. You taught me that you can have fun while doing absolutely nothing except for just spending time with people you love. I will always remember one of our first nights as roommates, we bonded over making fart noises with our mouths while talking about our love for The O.C. and trashy reality TV. I was laughing so hard I was crying, and I remember thinking to myself, "she is going to be the best friend ever, I'm so glad we found each other". That was one of the absolute best nights, and there were so many more that followed. When we were together, we were never not laughing or being goofy, and that's what I loved the most about our friendship. You were always there for me when I needed someone to talk to, vent about my terrible/funny dating experiences, when I had a last-minute desire to go to Renegades or Cooper's Hawk, and on Pokemon Go Community Days.

To Big K (that's what Jen always called you and it stuck), Sue and Nat, I am so grateful for Jen, and I am so grateful that knowing her led me to know you all as well. You should be so incredibly proud of her (and I know that you are). You raised a good one, the best one, perhaps, and she will be forever remembered and loved as the strongest, most beautiful person inside and out. My heart breaks for you all, and for all of us honestly, because she was so incredibly special. She was so loved, and so are you.

David Wiloch

April 7, 2021

My memories of Jen are all wonderful; she was always fun and full of great stories. She was a true Pittsburgher that loved her roots, her teams, and her friends. I feel privileged to have known Jen in her all too brief a life. She will truly be missed.

Kara Clerkin

April 6, 2021

Jen will be so greatly missed. It was a joy knowing her for so many years. She was a ball of fun, life of the party, great friend, and like family to me. Never worried about what others thought of her and had a gift of always making others laugh. So many great memories I will forever hold onto. My thoughts and prayers are with you Rogers family for comfort during this devastating time.

Sarah Fogle

April 6, 2021

You were my concert buddy, my cousin, my friend. There's not enough words or space here to express how much I will miss you. I hope you are at peace. Love you💗

Kevin Rogers

April 6, 2021

1 of 3 of my favorite girls, miss you now and forever. You brought sunshine into mom and my world, 36 short years ago. Love forever ! Dad!