of Magazine, AR
September 16, 1967 - September 4, 2022
Johnny "Grizz" Rogers, 54, of Magazine, Arkansas passed away on Sunday, September 4, 2022 in Fort Smith. He was born on September 16, 1967 in Modesto, California to his parents John Rogers and Phyllis (Beeler) Rogers. Johnny worked for many years on the pipeline for several different companies. He was a jack of all trades who was always staying busy. He enjoyed boating, hunting and spending time with his grandson, A.J.. He is preceded in death by his mother, Phyllis (Beeler) Rogers; two sons, Adam Rogers and James Rogers and his uncle, David Beeler. He is survived by his wife of almost 26 years, Tammy (Swafford) Rogers of Magazine; three daughters, Kasandra Rogers of Magazine, Laura Rogers of Coweta, Oklahoma and Melinda Rogers of Coweta, Oklahoma; one son, Mathew Rogers of Magazine; his father, John Rogers and wife, Linda of Keys, Oklahoma; one special son, Jeremy Reed of Booneville; two sisters, Marsha Chojnacki and husband, Brian of Keys, Oklahoma and Michelle Allison and husband, Errol of Keys, Oklahoma; one brother, Stephen Rogers and wife, Annie of Tulsa, Oklahoma; one grandson, Adam ''A.J.'' Rogers of Magazine; one brother in law, Adam Swafford of Magazine; one aunt, Rose Marie Beeler of Magazine; two uncles, Archie Rogers and wife, Kathy of Quinton, Oklahoma and Teddy Rogers and wife, Diane of McAllister, Oklahoma; one lifelong best friend, Jerry Lenard of Park Hill, Oklahoma and numerous cousins and friends. Visitation will be held from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 8, 2022 at Roller Funeral Home Chapel in Paris. Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, September 9, 2022 at Roller Funeral Home Chapel in Paris with burial in Caulksville Cemetery under the direction of Roller Funeral Home.
Sending love and condolences to his family and friendsâ¤ï¸.... I didn't get to know John that well, but I know he was an amazing dad and grandpa! My heart really goes out to his kids, I can honestly say I do know and understand how you're feeling I lost my Dad at a very young age! I'm so sorry yall have to go thru thisâ¤ï¸
This doesn't seem real at all. Johnny was always like a big brother to me. Love you Johnny and will miss you so much.
Jonny I always known you to be a hard worker and all around good person . You was a good brother in law . Thank you for loving my Sister Tammy and your surving children and grandson aj. We all adored you. Fly high brother.
So, very sorry for your loss. Johnny and I are 1st cousins. Even though we never got to spend alot of time together, I always thought of him as my younger twin. He was a great man, from a great family. I Love all of you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time . Even though Cousins sometimes donâ€™t see each other after growing up and going our own ways but we are still family . Rest in eternal peace Little Johnny. â¤ï¸
Sorry for your loss will keep your family in my prayers
Johnny I just can't believe you are gone. I have so many great memories with you. And for years I had to share my birthday with you, since it was 3 days apart. But I really didn't mind. I was just looking at a photo album with your aunt Romarie and my mom and we found numerous picts of our birthday parties and she just loved you so dearly. You will be so missed. Love you so much.
Heaven gained a hard worker and good servant when Johnny slipped in.. our prayers are will all of his loved ones.. Nana & Papaw Stafford
I really can't believe that he's gone! I have so many memories of being the pesty tag-a-long with my brother Kenny and Johnny more times than I can count! And even though I cramped their style, and they tried so many ways to get rid of me; I adored them and always, stuck around! ðŸ˜„ We love you Johnny and looking forward to seeing you on the other side of Glory! Tammy, Kassi, Matt, Laura, Melinda, Big Johnny and family, y'all are in our prayers!