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Bruce Hoggan Rogers Branch 14 - 1940 - 1998

Bruce Hoggan Rogers
Bruce Hoggan Rogers, the world’s greatest dad passed away August 11, 1998 due to a heart attack. He will be missed by so many, for he touched many lives. He was a great success in life, a successful stock broker, past President and founder of Utah Antique Machinery Association, Branch 14 in Salt Lake City, also past President of the Utah Beekeepers, and the past President of the Utah Blue Chip Association.

A good friend to all, he touched many people. Bruce loved meeting people from all walks of life. He had the innate ability to sincerely learn their likes and dislikes. He was a great listener, and avid traveler. He was the best of the best when it came to collecting “Junk”. Bruce liked collecting anything from radios, typewriters, cars, tractors and old books would get his juices going.

He is survived by his son, Vince R. Rogers; his brothers, sisters, cousins, nephews, nieces, and his great wealth of friends.

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