Roger Roberts

Roger Roberts

Roger Roberts

Rufus “Roger” Roberts, age 103, of Adams, Wisconsin died peacefully on November 12, 2020 at Liberty Village, Adams, Wisconsin.

Private services will be held at a later date.

Roger was born July 21, 1917 in Monroe Center, Wisconsin to William and Elizabeth Robert’s. Roger was married to his beloved wife Edna (Paulson) on November 10 of 1945 approximately 7 days after being discharged from the U.S. Army. Roger served from Jan. 13, 1942 until Honorably Discharged as a Staff Sgt. on Oct. 30, 1945, he served in France, Belgium, and Germany. He was very proud to serve his country and had many stories and pictures whenever the subject came up. Roger was a lifetime member of the VFW.

Roger was preceded in death by his wife Edna in 2001. Roger is survived by three children: Larry (Audrey) Roberts, Las Vegas, Nevada; Judy (Dennis) Allen, Portage, Wisconsin; and Kenneth (Cheryl) Roberts, Bradenton, FL; five grandchildren: Lawrence Roberts, Shannon Skortz, Trent Allen, Lexi Vanden Huevel, and Bret Allen; ten great-grandchildren: James Roberts, Avery Skortz, Tyler Skortz, Kobe Skortz, Chloe Allen, Luke Allen, Nataly Ballweg, Bella Ballweg, Apollo Vanden Huevel, and Ani Allen; and one great-great-grandchild, Madyson Westmoreland.

After his discharge from the Army, Roger worked in the family business, Robert’s Brothers Sales, initially running the auto body and repair and a wrecking yard. He was very much a people person and moved into the sales of camping trailers, mobile homes, and finally furniture and appliances. Roger was known for his mechanical ability to fix/repair almost anything, he made many friendships over his career working with people.

Roger always enjoyed his large garden and giving away the produce he raised. Roger and Edna enjoyed spending winters in Florida during their retirement years with many friends and relatives stopping to visit them. He will be missed by all his relatives and friends. The family would like to give special thanks to Rev. Jane Quam, Heartland Hospice Care, a special thanks to Laura and Ashley, and Liberty Village staff. Roger had a knack to form friendships with all who met him. You were a great Dad, Grandpa, Great Grandpa, and GreatGreat Grandpa. RIP Dad

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  1. Alan Paulson says:

    Judy, Kenny, and Larry
    Memories-Kids riding the pigs…Roger jumping fences, bullwhip and keeping Judy from basement windows. Fond memories of Roger (Edna) Rest In Peace Al, Jane, and Shawn Paulson

  2. Nicolette D Theisen says:

    Roberts family At this time of Rogers ‘ passing..my condolences

  3. Julie and Bob Goodhue says:

    Our sympathy to the Roberts family at this sad time. What a great long life Roger had; cherish your memories.

  4. Karen Murphy says:

    So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you

  5. Judy Vondrak says:

    My condolence to the Roberts family. So sorry for your loss.

  6. Karen Mallette says:

    Sorry for Your loss

  7. Kathy Zschernitz says:

    RIP my friend, I was blessed and honored to be Rogers caregiver, and very dear friend. He was so wise and taught me so much. I know he is happy in heaven being reunited with Edna, who he always called ” ma”. He talked about her all the time and many times had tears in his eyes he really missed her. My condolences to judy and Kenny you were blessed to have such a wonderful father.

  8. LLOYD WALLER says:

    Judy & Dennis and families, you have my sincere sympathy. What a long and blessed life to celebrate and remember, surely the memories will sustain you all. God bless, Lloyd W.

  9. Nancy Haight says:

    Sorry for your loss. Sounds like a remarkable man who lived a long life. He will be missed

  10. Beverly Haight says:

    I was never so honored to know such a wonderful man as one of his caregivers at liberty as mentioned in previous comments he sang let me call you sweetheart was such a joy. I’m so so sorry for your loss

  11. Ray and Cheri Witz says:

    Ray and I send our deepest sympathies to the Robert’s family.

  12. MJ says:

    I’m sorry for your lost, he will be missed and his storys will be missed

  13. Candis says:

    My dear Judy and Dennis, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and the rest of your family. I am so privileged to know such a great man. I watched him celebrate 3 birthdays, sing his favorite songs to the ladies I worked with and reminiscing about the love he has for his family. I am grateful to have known such an outstanding man and I will miss him dearly. Roger fought long and hard in his last days but he is now at peace and watching all of us with his sweet Edna. Till we meet again Roger, I love you ❤️

  14. Mike Brogan says:

    My condolences to the family for the loss of your father.

  15. Diana Shaske says:

    Sorry for your loss.

  16. Carol (Chaffee) Manthey says:

    So sorry for your loss.

  17. Linda(Chaffee)Donley and Doug says:

    So sorry for your loss. He was a great guy. Our condolences to the family.

  18. Kurt & Katie Wagner says:

    To the entire Roberts family,
    You are in our thought and prayers!
    Kurt and I met Roger when we worked
    with Edna at Don Smith Sales years ago.
    The sweetest couple you have ever seen!
    May you find comfort that they are now
    together again and dancing with the angels!

  19. Vickie Schmidt says:

    So sorry for your loss. Enjoyed Roger’s many stories about his family and being in the service.

  20. Curtie and Michelle Pollex says:

    So very sorry for y’all’s loss. He sounded like a wonderful man. 😇 Sending hugs and prayers! ❤️🙏❤️🙏

  21. Danny Pixler says:

    My condolences to the entire Roberts family. Uncle Roger was a real nice guy and always good to us kids. The family was fortunate to have Roger.

  22. Don and Karen Rathke says:

    Deepest Sympathy to the Roger’ s family. Thank you for your service!!

  23. Lillian Stormoen says:

    Rest in peace Roger. You will be missed greatly.
    Your friend Lil Stormoen.

  24. Dennis Chaffee says:

    Such a long and wonderful life. My condolences to the family. He raised a wonderful family and represented the strength of family, country, and community.

  25. Thomas Murphy says:

    RIP Roger and thank you for your service

  26. Sue Lawrence says:

    To the family of Roger Roberts, He definitely lived life to the fullest. He loved his wonderful family as much as each of you loved him. Love and memories last forever. He will never be forgotten. May looking back in memory help comfort you. Praying God will give you strength during this difficult time and in the days ahead. In sympathy and Love, Sue Lawrence

  27. Ron and Carol Johnson says:

    The family of Roger Roberts has our deepest sympathy. I got to know him while I was still the Aging Director for Adams County,
    What a super individual. I enjoyed his company immensely and his awesome sense of looking at life. What a wonderful full life he had. God Bless you all. I imagine now he probably has been recruited for the choir to sing with the angels. Enjoy all the great memories.

  28. Kathie and Jerry Dye says:

    So sorry for your family’s loss. Dad’s hold such a special place in our hearts.

  29. Cindy Babcock says:

    My condolences to the Roberts family, thinking of all of you in these difficult time.

  30. Lisa Gregory says:

    My deepest sympathy to all of Rogers family. He was such a great person. I will never forget the first time I met Roger as one of his many Caregivers at Liberty Village. He sang to me & after I gave him a shower, he jokingly said that I had to pay him for the show. He always brightened my days singing & joking around. He will surely be missed by his family at Liberty Village. He always sang “Let me call you sweetheart,” amongst a couple others. I’m honored that I had the privilege of knowing him and caring for him. I’m happy that I got to celebrate 2 of his 103 Birthday’s with him. I’m going to miss you Roger! RIP You waited & fought a long time. Fly high Roger
    Love, Lisa

  31. Donny Orick says:

    Kenny our deepest sympathies to you and your family.
    RIP Mr. Roberts.

  32. Samantha Quinette says:

    He will truly be missed. In the short time I got to know him, he brightened my day. Between his singing and his great hugs, he has left an imprint on my heart. Fly high Roger.

  33. Shelly cole says:

    My prayers go to all of you..Roger was an amazing man that I will miss dearly. I am glad that I got to sing him a little song the other day and say may goodbyes. Love to you all..you are at peace now Rog

  34. Melody Ackley says:

    May he rest in peace . What an honor to know such a great man . His smile and humor could alway make a bad day good. May his memories live on .

  35. Elana P. Ackley says:

    Roger was an awesome guy. Always cheerful and singing me a tune. Liberty will not be the same. R.I.P. my dear friend. Fly high. Im lookin over a four leaf clover.

  36. Sharon Roehling says:

    Rest in peace Roger. I am honored to have met you and blessed to have had the chance to be your caregiver. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  37. Jodi Helgeson and Jim Grabarski says:

    What a wonderful long life he had. Enjoy all of those great memories.

  38. Faith Meyer says:

    So sorry for your lost going to work at liberty was so fun because always was so cheer and make your days so wonderful

  39. Judith Bieri says:

    To all the Allen’s so sorry to read about Roger what a great long life and all the memories you all have, God Bless.

  40. Ninita says:

    Prayers to everyone Roger was one of the best people I loved about going to liberty to work he will sure be missed we love you Roger

  41. Peg Henriksen Lecy says:

    Me Roberts was such a fabulous man. He served our country proudly. So sorry on your loss. May God family and friends comfort you during this difficult time

  42. Judy Alderman says:

    So very sorry for your family’s loss

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