Roger Allen Dinges

Roger Allen Dinges, 67, of Timberville, passed away Friday, August 21, 2015 at his home peacefully surrounded by his loving family.

We invite family and friends to a Celebration of Life to be held Sunday, September 6, 2015 at 6 p.m., at the Mt. Jackson Moose Lodge following a private graveside service for family at Wood’s Chapel

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3 Condolences to Roger Allen Dinges

  1. Kim Diehl says:

    Lois and the entire family and friends, I was very saddened to hear Roger lost his battle. On a good note, he is no longer in pain. I am sure you all have heard that so many times. When I dated Ralph all those years back, I remember the wonderful family gatherings at Kathy’s and other places. It was always nice to be included in them and Roger was always friendly. Over the past several years, I have seen some of you all out and about, ran into Kathy and Ralph and Lois and other family members. I have always had a lot of love for this amazing family and so glad I got to spend time with you all. Much love and prayers to you all during this difficult time.
    Kim Diehl

  2. Debbie & Wallace Clark and family says:

    Yesterday we spread Roger’s ashes, on mom and dad’s grave. The minister asked would anyone like to say a few words out loud or if wished to do so in silent. As usual Roger would know I would have plenty to say but for some reason I couldn’t make the words come. Years of memories, great times and having a truly loving and caring brother. I just couldn’t speak, because saying how much I loved him and would miss him, it all just still didn’t seem real that I would never see him again. I know he’s in good hands now, and he’s free of all his suffering. I didn’t want to be selfish and say I wish he was still here, because I know he didn’t want to continue on without being able to enjoy life to the fullest. I will say until we meet again, enjoy mom’s fried chicken and say all to those who passed before us. We will all be together some day. To Lois and all the family thank you for the love and care you gave to Roger and having the patience to carry on day after day. Know one should have to endear what our sweet Roger had to go through and know family should have to watch their loved one want fight for each tomorrow. We were so blessed to have him 67 years and will be blessed to see him again one day. Love to you all. Another angel has arrived in heaven.

  3. Stephanie and Mark Hudy and family says:

    To Lois and family This is delayed because we did not hear right away, but our sincere condolences to all for the loss of [physical] Roger in your daily life. It has been a long time since “basketball days”, but we still have the memories of the family. May God bless you all. Thinking of you on this All Saints Day. – Stephanie & Mark (& Katrina)