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Clarence Turner Rogers, 67, passed away on Thursday, November 4, 2021. The widower of his first wife, Mary Jane Rogers and second wife, Dawn Rogers. Clarence was born January 20, 1954, to the late Clarence S. and Rosemary Taylor Rogers in Versailles, Kentucky.
Clarence is survived by his children, Mary (David) Grills of Georgetown, Tiffany (German) Aguilar of Georgetown, Jessica (Eugenio) Villasana of Nicholasville, Vera Rogers of Frankfort, Johnny (Allison) Asch of Frankfort, Clarence (Amanda) Rogers, Jr of Cynthiana, and Joshua Rogers of Frankfort; his brothers, James Rogers of Frankfort and Darrell Rogers of Georgetown; grandchildren, Travis, Jessica, Juan, Mariah, Alisia, Brittney, Darrell, Aliah, Selina, Montana, Brookelynn, Mary Jane, Yazmine, Arianna, Julian, Enrique, Curtis, Bella, Kaitlynn, Jacob, Caleb, Gavin, Brenda Nicole, Lorenzo,Tristan and Eliel; 15 great grandchildren; and his companion, Connie Rogers.
In addition to his wife, Dawn Rogers and parents, Clarence W. and Rosemary Taylor Rogers, Clarence was preceded in death by a sister, Virginia Rogers and brothers, Joseph Rogers and Robert Rogers.
A Graveside Service will be held 2:00p, Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Frankfort, Kentucky with Jason Green officiating. Serving as casketbearers will be Johnny Asch, Joshua Rogers, Clarence Rogers, Jr, Mary Jane Rogers, Juan Alaniz, Darrell Grills, David Grills, Joseph Wagers, and German Aguilar. A Visitation will be held from 12:00p until 2:00p at Clark Legacy Center, Versailles Rd, Frankfort, on Wednesday, prior to the service.