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OBITUARY

Paulette Patrica Rogers

June 17, 1963March 4, 2020
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Paulette Patrica Rogers’ sunrise was on June 17, 1963, and was born in Bristol, England, to Violet Arscott (Anglin) and Lesco Lloyd Rogers. Paulette later moved to the United States, with her older brother, Lesco, to live with her mother and younger sister, Joyell. Paulette graduated from high school in the Bronx, NY, and went to Baruch College to pursue a degree in Business. She excelled in accounting and worked payroll for a large corporation in New York City.

Paulette was a devoted Pentecostal Christian. She dedicated her life to God in her teens while living in England. She loved her God with all her being and faithfully put Him above all else. Paulette was active in the church ministry of her home church in Brooklyn, NY. Paulette was gifted with a talent of a beautiful praise-choir voice, and when she sang, she connected with the purest and beautiful part of herself and her love for something greater than herself.

Paulette was very family-oriented and loved her family, especially her mother and siblings. She was described as full of life, with a laugh that was strong, infectious, and full of unbridled joy. She was a great story-teller and lit up a room with her presence. All will miss her. Paulette's sunset was March 3, 2020. She is survived by her mother Violet Arscott, and father, Lesco Lloyd Rogers. Her siblings, Joyell Arscott, Lesco Rogers, and Hyacinth Roberson, nieces and nephews, and grandnieces and grandnephews.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • A Celebration of Paulette's Life Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Burial Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Reception Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Memories

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Lashanti Williams

March 23, 2020

I remember Sister Paulette when I was a teenager at Abundant Life Tabernacle. She was the house Prophetess. She was able to accurately give you a word and instructions from God. Sister Paulette was also an amazing poet. She will greatly be missed.

Love,
Lashanti

Lesco Rogers

March 22, 2020

My sister was remarkable, more “twin” than younger sister! She was an anchor , a beacon of hope, she loved family but more so she loved life and saw goodness in all.

The loss of a “twin” leaves a hole, a chasm that cannot be filled, with pain that can only be suppressed with the passage of time.

Sister you are missed, but I carry memories that will transcend the passage of time until I see you again.

Until we meet, I am inspired to change the lives of the many who have travelled your painful path, that shortened our unbreakable bond.

Steve

Crystal Powell

March 22, 2020

I have broken bread with her many times over the years. I am grateful for her life and ministry! She will be missed!!

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