In memory of

Carole Ann Rogers

Jul 1, 1943
Jan 13, 2024


We are sad to announce the passing of Carole Ann Rogers on January 13, 2024. Carole was born to John and Annie May Webster on July 1, 1943 in Alhambra, California. She was the older sister of Bobby Webster, Patty Ward, Linda Gleason and Gary Webster.

Carole lived her youth and attended school in Norwalk, California where she met her husband Bob Rogers. They celebrated their 60th anniversary this past spring. They moved to Red Bluff, California to raise their family in a farming environment. They called many places home after Red Bluff, including Hood River, Coos Bay and Salem, Oregon.

Carole was a Mother, Grandmother, Homemaker, Avon Representative and Bank Teller. She was a Foster child parent and volunteered as a Child Advocate for CPS in Coos County. She was proud of her three daughters who completed college.

Carole was an avid quilter and genealogists. She loved to travel and went to many places, including Hawaii, Canada, Ireland, England, France, Bermuda and an Alaskan Cruise. Bob and Carole’s trip to France included cycling 500 miles with friends.

She is proceeded in death by her parents, brother Bobby Webster and sister Patty Ward. Carole is survived by her husband Bob Rogers, daughters Colleen Rogers, Julie Schnell (Christian) and Laurie Rogers-Roach (Steve),  Sister Linda Gleason, Brother Gary Webster. Also, survived by Cousin/Sister Judy McGinnis. She was a proud Grandma to: Margaret Miklia (Brandin), Katy Pugh (Jordan), Lucas Schnell, Robby Roach (Naomi), Jacob Schnell, Brendan Roach, Gabriel Schnell, and Annon Schnell. She was so excited to be Great Grandma to Mera Miklia and Elias Pugh.

Service Information

A private memorial is planned for a later date

Messages of Sympathy

  1. Gary Webster says:

    My oldest sister and in many ways my second mom. I think I was 3 years old when she married Bob. So many years of great memories. She was always there for me and a big reason that I moved to the Northwest. But I couldn't have asked for a better big sister. She will always be a part of me and in my heart.

  2. Debbie Guerrero Jackson says:

    I was friends with Carole’s sister Patty as a teenager and I spent many days with Carole and the family. I remember lots of laughter and fun at the Webster home and trips to the cabin. Carole had a great sense of humor and was a great big sister to her younger siblings. I visited her farm with Patty a few times and I saw she was happy with her life there and especially with her kids. I know she will be forever missed.

  3. Joyce says:

    We will always remember and miss you all Carole gave people the mother feeling they didn’t have we love all the family

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