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Roger Nation Obituary, In Loving Memory of Roger Nation

Roger John Nation Obituary, Death  – With profound sadness, the Nation family announces the peaceful passing of their beloved patriarch, Roger John Nation, on the 21st of January 2024. He was 82 years old. Born on May 3, 1941, Roger led a life full of love, compassion, and dedication to his family and community. He touched the lives of many with his warm heart, infectious laughter, and unwavering support. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Hillsborough Funeral Home to honor and remember Roger’s remarkable journey.

The date and time of this commemorative event will be determined shortly, allowing friends and family to gather, share stories, and pay tribute to a life well-lived. The Nation family extends their heartfelt gratitude to everyone who has reached out with condolences, well wishes, and support during this challenging time.

Your kindness has provided solace in the midst of sorrow, and the family is deeply appreciative of the love that surrounds them. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that well-wishers consider making a donation to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in memory of Roger. He held a special place in his heart for the well-being of children, and your contribution will help continue the important work of St. Jude in advancing research and treatment for pediatric illnesses.

Donations can be made online at http://fundraising.stjude.org/goto/RogerJohnNation-Memorial, a dedicated page set up to honor Roger’s memory and support a cause close to his heart. Roger will be remembered for his generosity, wisdom, and the enduring love he shared with those around him. As we come together to celebrate his life, let us cherish the memories and lessons he bestowed upon us, finding solace in the legacy he leaves behind. May Roger’s soul rest in eternal peace, and may his memory continue to shine brightly in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.

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