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Shana-Lynn Rogers

December 22, 1974November 18, 2018
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Shana-Lynn Rogers was born on December 22, 1974 and passed away on November 18, 2018.

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  • Funeral Service Friday, November 30, 2018
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Shana-Lynn Rogers

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Rebecca Phelps

December 29, 2018

Shana~Lynn you are very much missed. As your best friend I still wonder why you have been taken at such a young age. We where gonna grow old together and take Florida by a storm upon my arrival.
When we meet you 12 me 14 I would of never thought that we would remain so close . I was so excite that you moved back to the east coast and we where in the same time zone. In what seems like forever. In a year and a half we would be in the same state again. We where making plans on what we where gonna do when I got there.
It breaks my heart to watch your parents and siblings and the kids go threw this and I feel as if I am so helpless with there pain. I will be there when I am needed .
You have a heart of gold. I knew that when you asked your parents if I could live with you at such a young age you where 12 and I was 14. I was so greatful that I was able to have a new normal for myself and to live with my best friend was the cherry on the cake . Who gets that life? We did that’s who.
You traveling all over the place and me staying in CT. I was excited to see you wherever you lived to be able to explore.
Every time we spent together was fun and exciting. I loved making plans with you. The beach, shopping, drinks, watching movies, watching you cook and me getting to eat it. Just talking to you was calming .
I am so proud of how far you have come. Finishing high school, college, finding your dream job, and finally being happy. Living warm and tropical. You where loving life.
Sadly I have to find a new normal. Not being able to text you, hear your voice, seeing your smiling face or getting text message saying “ do you have time to FaceTime “ . You are so much missed. I am so glad that you picked me to be your sister your best friend. I love you and you will be forever missed. Wait for me and when I get to heaven we will take heaven by a storm.
Miss you much 😘 ~ Rebecca

Rebecca Phelps

December 29, 2018

Shana~Lynn you are very much missed. As your best friend I still wonder why you have been taken at such a young age. We where gonna grow old together and take Florida by a storm upon my arrival.
When we meet you 12 me 14 I would of never thought that we would remain so close . I was so excite that you moved back to the east coast and we where in the same time zone. In what seems like forever. In a year and a half we would be in the same state again. We where making plans on what we where gonna do when I got there.
It breaks my heart to watch your parents and siblings and the kids go threw this and I feel as if I am so helpless with there pain. I will be there when I am needed .
You have a heart of gold. I knew that when you asked your parents if I could live with you at such a young age you where 12 and I was 14. I was so greatful that I was able to have a new normal for myself and to live with my best friend was the cherry on the cake . Who gets that life? We did that’s who.
You traveling all over the place and me staying in CT. I was excited to see you wherever you lived to be able to explore.
Every time we spent together was fun and exciting. I loved making plans with you. The beach, shopping, drinks, watching movies, watching you cook and me getting to eat it. Just talking to you was calming .
I am so proud of how far you have come. Finishing high school, college, finding your dream job, and finally being happy. Living warm and tropical. You where loving life.
Sadly I have to find a new normal. Not being able to text you, hear your voice, seeing your smiling face or getting text message saying “ do you have time to FaceTime “ . You are so much missed. I am so glad that you picked me to be your sister your best friend. I love you and you will be forever missed. Wait for me and when I get to heaven we will take heaven by a storm.
Miss you much 😘 ~ Rebecca

Rebecca Phelps

December 29, 2018

Shana~Lynn you are very much missed. As your best friend I still wonder why you have been taken at such a young age. We where gonna grow old together and take Florida by a storm upon my arrival.
When we meet you 12 me 14 I would of never thought that we would remain so close . I was so excite that you moved back to the east coast and we where in the same time zone. In what seems like forever. In a year and a half we would be in the same state again. We where making plans on what we where gonna do when I got there.
It breaks my heart to watch your parents and siblings and the kids go threw this and I feel as if I am so helpless with there pain. I will be there when I am needed .
You have a heart of gold. I knew that when you asked your parents if I could live with you at such a young age you where 12 and I was 14. I was so greatful that I was able to have a new normal for myself and to live with my best friend was the cherry on the cake . Who gets that life? We did that’s who.
You traveling all over the place and me staying in CT. I was excited to see you wherever you lived to be able to explore.
Every time we spent together was fun and exciting. I loved making plans with you. The beach, shopping, drinks, watching movies, watching you cook and me getting to eat it. Just talking to you was calming .
I am so proud of how far you have come. Finishing high school, college, finding your dream job, and finally being happy. Living warm and tropical. You where loving life.
Sadly I have to find a new normal. Not being able to text you, hear your voice, seeing your smiling face or getting text message saying “ do you have time to FaceTime “ . You are so much missed. I am so glad that you picked me to be your sister your best friend. I love you and you will be forever missed. Wait for me and when I get to heaven we will take heaven by a storm.
Miss you much 😘 ~ Rebecca

Andres Goyanes

December 2, 2018

Shana-Lynn,

We are without words. We first met you when you came with Jack to our wedding. Since then, we've converged in so many parties, events and family gatherings. You were always so full of life and always happy to talk to Veronica and I. And we even got to share screen time in a Star Wars documentary along with my cousin Edwin and Jack.

You will be missed, but most importantly—you will always be remembered.

May the Force Be with You... Always.

Andres & Veronica

Amanda Stacy

December 1, 2018

Shana-Lynn was one of the nicest and kindest people I've had the pleasure to call friend. I am heartbroken that she will no longer be joining us on our adventures. I hope to carry her with me in my travels always, by remembering to be kinder to myself and others. She will be missed.

Shelly Vallancourt

November 30, 2018

Shana-Lynn is the type of woman I could only ever hope to be. Every time I had the pleasure of being in her company, it felt like the world was a little brighter. She was the type of person that you couldn't help but be happy around. So smart, driven, and sweet. I've been at a loss for words since I received the news of her passing. My heart goes out to her family, and especially to my dear friend Jack for the loss of his love. She was a spectacular woman who we will all miss forever. The world is a little less bright without her.

Jenny Farrell

November 30, 2018

Shana-Lynn was my closest female friend. She was someone I was constantly inspired by.

As a friend, she was supportive and there always when I needed her. Ready to share a cider and a different perspective to any of my problems. We would always make time to spend with each other as much as we could spare between work and life. We had some great adventures together. Kayaking , camping, brunches, I remember some amazing cons we went to together. One of our yearly traditions we never missed was the Oregon brewers festival. Donned in pretzel necklaces, we would try to make it through the crowded festival and sample EVERY beer and cider. Sometimes it rained and was muddy but it didn’t matter she was always game. We collected our festival glasses as a token of our feat and celebrated our accomplishment together.

As a mother, she raised such wonderful smart, successful kids. I told her often what a great job as a mom she has done. Zack, Ryan and Maraby embody her strength, her morals, her open and loving heart. She truly lives on in them.

As a daughter, she was doting. Full of love for her folks. Helpful when ever needed. Supportive and patient. One couldn’t ask for more in a daughter.

As a professional women, she was a force! Her dedication to her new journey in life was impressive! Never have I ever seen someone approach a goal with such passion and commitment. She did with such grace, made it look easy. Of corse she was successful.

She was someone I looked up to and aspired to emulate. She was a good woman.

Such a beautiful and special person. The world is truly amiss without her.

Ernest White

November 29, 2018

I’m afraid we never met, perhaps in the next life. I’m hurting for the love of your life back here on Earth. I’ve highly respected Jack, his mother and late father for as long as I can remember. As Lynyrd Skynyrd would put it, “you’re a free bird now”.

Edwin Fernandez

November 28, 2018

Shana,

We miss you. You were always happy to share good memories with our family.

Thank you for having made my brother happy.

There's a big garden to tend where you are now.


Rest Well,

Edwin, Dara, Aria and Aden Fernandez

jack klodzinski

November 28, 2018

Shana-Lynn’s cherished hobby was plants, gardening. She grew as many vegetable plants as possible. She had multiple earth boxes at home with peppers, tomatoes, lettuce of all different types. We worked really hard together to keep the insects under control for her pepper plants. She also loved her herbs and used them frequently with her cooking. While she was in Oregon in October I did some more research and bought her new insect killer, organic of course. We sprayed them after she came back and so far, they haven’t come back. I also bought her some new Herb pots to match the three she already had. She would get covered in potting soil while I would do yard work or other house repairs. She planned out most of the patio and garden areas of the house. I had a few plants when she moved here but the rest were her babies. They actually all became her plant babies. She picked out beautiful blue pots for the patio to repot the existing plants in when the pool patio was done. Blue was her favorite color.
Cooking, another passion of hers. She loved to try new dishes or the same prepared in a different way. She started me on soup with her Zuppa Soup. From there she explored other similar soups, such as with sausage and cabbage. She was an excellent cook and the fresh herbs from the garden were a plus. She was always so happy to go outside and pick herbs to use in her cooking. She practically skipped out the door to the patio to retrieve them.
She also embraced the outdoors. She would much rather be outside the house than inside. She loved hiking, biking, walking. We tossed the Frisbee a lot. It was fun. She also loved the warm weather and beach in Florida. She did not like the cold weather. But, she loved her family. She would travel back to see everyone whenever she had time off work or whenever she had the opportunity. There is so much more to say about Shana-Lynn but I am with a loss of words for now. I miss her. She completed me.

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