Bill Stegemueller preaching on Luke 14:1-14 at Medina United Methodist Church in a message entitled, “Table Talk.”
Monthly Archives: June 2015
William Paul Rogers, 2 years old, of Medina passed away on June 7th, 2015. He was born in Medina, TX at home to David and Lacy Rogers on May 21, 2013.
Will was the most precious baby boy that we ever could have asked for. Everywhere Will went he made people smile. Though he had multiple hospital stays and needed lots of medical care he was always happy. He was a true joy and delight who filled everyone’s life he touched with overwhelming joy.
He was a beautiful baby with a contagious smile. Will had fulfilled his journey here on earth. We believe that each of us has a purpose to fulfill on this earth and Will has now fulfilled his. He is now safe in the arms of the Lord. What a brave little soul. May our memories of Will’s life be a source of healing and growth during our times of grief and sorrow. We are saddened by our loss, but rejoice that he is healthy and whole and with Jesus. We love you, Will, and we can’t wait to see you and hold you again.
Will is preceded in death by his Great Grandparents James and Mary Lynn Hall, Woodrow and Ava Little, Johnny and Majorie Smalley Uher, Walter Montie LaFern Rogers and Uncle Johnny Uher.
Will is survived by his parents David and Lacy Rogers, his sisters Olivia, Caroline, Julianna and twin sister Kate of Medina, Texas, his grandparents Jim and Judy Rogers of Medina, Texas, Dennis and Cindy Medlin of Denison, Texas, Larry Little of Lee’s Summit, Missouri and also numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Visitation will be at 10 am on Saturday, June 13th at Medina United Methodist Church in Medina, Texas, followed by funeral service at 11 am with Bill Stegemueller officiating. There will be a meal following funeral services, everyone is invited. Burial will follow at Glen Rest Cemetery in Kerrville, where our baby will be buried with his Great Great Grandparents.
Pallbearers are his uncles Gene and Matthew Little, Jonathan and Tom Rogers, honorary Nick Medlin.
David and Lacy wish to extend their sincere thanks to Dr. Petrescu, Chaplain Peggy Huber, Teresa Valliere, Dr. Huston, Dr. Morse, Dr. Powers, Will’s home health nurses, Medina United Methodist Church, the staff at Epic Home Health, the staff at Wave DME, and all our family, especially our parents and friends that have loved and supported us the last two years.
Bill Stegemueller preaching on Luke 13:31-35 at Medina United Methodist Church in a message entitled, “Pressing On.”