Perry Rogers Obituary, Death – Through his extensive career with Bradley County Rescue and Bradley County EMS, Perry made it his life’s mission to assist the people living in Bradley County. He died doing what he loved. He spent a combined total of several decades in both of those roles. During this time span, he held a variety of positions within the businesses, each one requiring a particular set of skills.
Within our neighborhood, Perry’s most recent employment was as a family nurse practitioner at Memorial Convenient Care in Cleveland. This position was held by Perry most recently. Over the course of the last few years, he has served in this capacity. We are mourning the loss of Perry Rogers with our extended EMS family, along with Janet and the rest of the Rogers family, as well as the Cleveland Fire Department, and we are right there with them.
He was a devoted member of the community who, during the course of BCEMS’s history, served as a model for a considerable number of the organization’s staff members, acting in that capacity as an inspiration for them. In the end, it was all up to him, Director Danny Lawson, and Dr. Jerry DeVane that I was able to get to where I am now. I am really grateful to all three of them.
I am indebted to each of the three of them very much. Everyone, in their own special manner, contributed to my accomplishments in EMT school, which ultimately led to my achievement. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, who have been a part of our lives for as long as we can remember. Please accept our condolences. We look forward to catching up with you soon, friend, and in the meanwhile, please know that we are thankful for the contributions you’ve made over your entire life.
I make it my daily mission to guarantee that BCEMS continues to move in a way that would make the people who paved the way for all of us proud, and I pray to God to give me the power and insight I need to achieve this objective.