TC Rogers Obituary, The Gordon School Longtime Volunteer Has Died

TC Rogers Obituary, Death – On Friday, January 13, we were informed that TC Rogers, a parent at Gordon and a lifelong volunteer, had died away. TC had been a volunteer for the entirety of his life. TC Rogers had spent his entire life working as a volunteer for various organizations. This information is being sent along with our most heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. Visitation will be conducted at the Maceroni Funeral Home & Cremation Services establishment in North Providence, which can be found at 1381 Smith St., on Monday, January 23, from 5 pm to 8 pm. The address of this establishment is also 1381 Smith St.

A funeral service in accordance with the tenets of the Christian religion will be held on Tuesday, January 24, at eleven in the morning at the St. Robert Bellarmine Church in Johnston, which is located at 1804 Atwood Avenue. At this time, preparations are being made for a memorial service that will take place later on this winter at the First Unitarian Church in Providence. The event will be held in honor of the deceased member of the congregation. During the service, we will pay tribute to a member of the church’s congregation who has passed away. When new information regarding that service comes to our attention, we will make sure to relay it to you as soon as it is made accessible to the public.

TC has been an ever-present figure on campus ever since the beginning of their family’s adventure to this nation in 2014. She is a devoted volunteer in addition to being a proud and supportive parent to their children. The year 2014 marked the beginning of their family’s journey to this country. TC was unselfish in their desire to help others in any way that they could, whether it was by co-chairing the Book Fair for three years in a row, contributing their voice to the discussion on the Education Committee, or assisting in the evacuation of a school during a summertime flash flood. TC did all of these things without expecting anything in return. TC was able to do all of these tasks and even more. In the years to come, their presence here will be sorely missed.

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