In Memory

Carolyn Fisher (Rogers)

Carolyn Fisher (Rogers)

Carolyn Fisher Rogers (1946 - 2006)

Carolyn Ruth Fisher Rogers, beloved Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister and Friend returned home to our Heavenly Father on Thursday, June 15, 2006. Carolyn was born on April 2, 1946 to Howard and Vera Fisher in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Her first and most endearing role was her chosen one: that of a Wife and Mother. Carolyn was sealed to the love of her life, J. Ron Rogers, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on November 22, 1967. Carolyn and Ron met and dated at BYU and shortly thereafter moved to Florida where they raised their five children: Stacey, Dustin, Chris, Corbin and Kesley. She nurtured all five of her children to adulthood, temple marriage and parenthood and Son's in missionary service. She found great joy in each of her grandchildren.

Carolyn always had a positive and cheery disposition. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was faithful in her dedication to the Lord. As a Mother and a Wife she was devoted, dedicated and loving at all times. She was a blessing to all who met her.

Carolyn is survived by her loving Husband Ron, her eldest Daughter Stacey; her three Sons, Dustin, Chris and Corbin; and youngest Daughter Kesley; Twelve Grandchildren and Brother Craig Fisher.

A Graveside service will be held Saturday, June 17, 2006, 11:00 A.M. at East Lawn Memorial Hills 4800 North 650 East, Provo, Utah. Friends may call on the family at the time of service.

Carolyn and Ron want to thank family and friends who have shown such great love, respect and devotion to her through the years. Carolyn's life was truly enriched by the love and support of family and friends.

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11/11/13 08:04 PM #1    

(Jenny) Marie Lind


Caroline was a wonderfully steady friend.  Like us, her family found her spectacular beauty was both inside and out. I am sad to see that she left her loved ones so early.

11/13/13 09:56 AM #2    

Craig Stevenson

I got to know Carolyn at my first, and only year, at BYU.  I always thought she was one the prettiest girls I ever knew.  We dated for a time but lost track when I left the country, and BYU.  She was friendly, funny, and a good friend to those who knew her.  As with others we have lost, a life well lived and a bright light to her friends and family.

06/04/14 03:16 PM #3    

JoAnn Eardley (Miller)

Carolyn was so beautiful inside and out.  She made the room light up when she came in.  I'll never forget her as one of my fun high school friends.

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