OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Rogers

September 13, 1957April 9, 2020

Patricia Ann Rogers, age 62, of Melbourne, Florida passed away on April 9, 2020 at her home with family. Born September 13, 1957 in North Miami Beach, Florida she came to Brevard County in 1995.

She is survived by her husband, Leonard Rogers; children, Carrie Brinson, Christy Hill, Christopher rogers and Jennifer Serapiglia and ten grandchildren.

A private family graveside service will be held.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Patricia's name to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, ww5.Komen.org

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Karen Dietz

April 15, 2020

You will always be in my memories with a smile. Your infectious laugh and outrageous sense of humour. My memories of us drinking wine and reading your favourite magazines on your back porch. You trying to sing opera with all the facial expressions to go with it. These are stories that I hope will be passed on to your beautiful grandchildren as they get older, so they can get to know who you were.
All our love and prayers go to Lenny, Jenn, Mike, Abby and Noah.
Your loving family in Canada
Karen, Kyle, Loretta,Lorissa and Shanelle

Laura McKirahan

April 14, 2020

Trisha,
Our hearts are broken and we are lost without you. We will miss the phone calls with laughter and even the serious moments we shared.
Somehow we’ll get through by remembering all the good times as children, parents, and grandparents.
You’ll always have a special place in our hearts.
We love you!
Mom, Laura, Debbie and our families

Chris Krueger

April 13, 2020

Trisha,
I will cherish all our childhood memories from our vacations at grandma and grandpas. Times at the beach, our family plays, singing around the piano, swimming lessons, and camping. All the great food - Krispy Kreme doughnuts, garlic knots, banana pudding, and moon pies. And the card games we’d play at Aunt Erma’s into the wee hours. I wouldn’t trade them for anything.

But what made it even better was that we carried that bond into adulthood with family gatherings and vacations. You were always so generous and loved to hide something in my suitcase when I left. We had a beautiful life together whether we were sharing a meal, a story, a laugh, or searching for Phil McCracken. I’ll never forget you or your family. I know you are baking with grandma and hope you’ll give Uncle Art a head rub for me.

I will be keeping Lenny, Jen, Mike, Abbie and Noah in my prayers.

Love, Chris 💔❣️

Christy Hill

April 13, 2020

I have so many memories and way to many to list. You taught me how to be a selfless step parent, how to be creative. When I was little you’d teach me how to make flower arrangements, you’d take me on the best shopping sprees. You made my time with you always fun and exciting. I’ve now passed that along to my kids. I think of you everytime I hit a shopping outlet. I’ve taken so many things you’ve taught me and use it in my everyday life. You’ll be missed and that contagious laugh. Thank you for always taking care of my dad. I’m happy for the times we spent together and will always remember our good times.

Linda Reese

April 13, 2020

Patty
Your generosity was like no one I’ve ever seen. Not just with material things, but with your time and your ideas. You were always there to jump in with both hands. No task was too big. The Reese’s will miss you for sure. We didn’t see you all the time but when we did it was like no time had passed. You are one of a kind and we will miss you! Prayers for you and Len and the kids. Until we see you again, You and Jimmy party away till then. Love you. Linda & Ron

Phillip Boncore

April 13, 2020

As one of the kindest, most giving women I have ever had the blessing of meeting, your memory will always endure and live on through the family you formed. Always with a smile and never letting someone leave without a full plate, thank you for being so caring and making me personally feel like a part of your family.

Sue Schick

April 10, 2020

Dear Patty,
Our hearts are sad today as we will miss you so much. Know we will treasure all of the wonderful memories we have all shared over the years. Our pool parties and your amazing Halloween parties will forever make us smile. You were an amazing woman with a heart of gold, always looking out for others before yourself. Your love and dedication to your family and friends was like no other. Our thanks to you for all your help with Mom and for being there for Jimmy thru his journey. We know you two are going to be cooking some amazing dishes together. We love you forever,
Jim, Sue, Julie, Mom, Bailey and Bella 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕