Marihelen Rogers

Marihelen RogersMarihelen (Brown) Rogers, 61, died Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at her home in Carlinville, IL.  She was born November 2, 1952 in Litchfield, IL to Fred and Margaret (Baird) Brown.  Marihelen married MJ Rogers in Carlinville, IL in 1979.

She is preceded in death by her parents and brother, David.  She is survived by; her husband, MJ Rogers, son, Chris (Betsy) Rogers, brother, Dan (Jan) Brown, all of Carlinville, IL, sister, Peggijane (Shawn) Stover of Haines City, Florida, grandchildren, Madi and Max Rogers of Carlinville, and many nieces and nephews.

Marihelen worked with her husband and family at Rogers Tru Value prior to moving to California to manage the national headquarters of the National Field Archery Association (NFAA).  She was a member of the Federated/Methodist Church and enjoyed her work with archery and loved spending time with her family and grandchildren.

A Celebration of her life will be held Sunday, November 10, 2013 from 1-4pm at Heinz Funeral Home in Carlinville, IL.

Memorials may go to her Grandchildren’s College fund.

The following link provides a remembrance of Marihelen from her friends in the archery community.    ~    https://www.nfaausa.com/news/remembering-marihelen-rogers

Condolences may be left for the family BELOW.

11 Responses to Marihelen Rogers

  1. Rich and Diane Hooper says:

    We are heartbroken to hear of Marihelen’s passing. She was truly a friend and will be dearly missed. Throughout our archery careers, it was wonderful to see her friendly face and know that she was willing to help you navigate the turns of tournaments. Our thoughts and prays are with you, MJ and your family. She was extraordinarily dedicated to the sport of archery and archers.
    With love and fond rememberances,
    Rich and Diane

  2. John Renken says:

    Dear MJ and family —

    I am very sad to hear about Marihelen’s death. We grew up in the same neighborhood and went to the same schools. It was wonderful reconnecting with you and Marihelen at the Class of ’71 Reunion a couple summers ago. At that time, none of us expected this.

    Now, may she rest in peace!

    John

  3. Mindy Walker Eddy says:

    Sorry to hear about the passing of Marihelen. Our thoughts & prayers are with the family!

  4. Amy Drury Reeves says:

    Peggijane,
    I am so very sorry to hear of Marihelen’s passing. It’s so very difficult losing a sister…
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

  5. Janet Whitby Feldman says:

    MJ and Family,

    My deepest sympathies to you at this time. Marihelen was a wonderful person and it is such a loss to all who knew her. A true friend for life will be missed.
    Janet

  6. Randy & Tracy Bilbruck says:

    Chris and Betsy,
    Wishing you and your families peace and comfort at this sad time. Sending our prayers and deepest sympathy for your loss.

    Sincerely,

    Randy & Tracy

  7. Patti and Vince Mathias says:

    Dear M.J. and family-
    Was so sorry to hear of Marihelens passing. May you gain strength from all your wonderful friends and family during this most difficult time. God bless.
    Patti and Vince

  8. Millie and Rick Relefod says:

    Peggijane – We are so sorry for your loss. Marihelen was a good friend and “big sister” too. She will be missed. May happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time. Love you and Big Hugs Peggy – God is always in your corner at a time like this – and so am I. XX OO

  9. Nora Taseff Tuggle says:

    M.J. and Family —
    We were saddened to learn of Marihelen’s passing. She was so full of life, happy-go-lucky with a wonderful sense of humor and dedicated to her work and family. I’ll never forget the fun and laughs we had on the Girl Scout trip to Washington, D.C. in the early 70s. I looked up to her as a role model and was glad to be her friend. Take care of yourself, be strong and know we’re sending love and prayers your way.
    Nora, Bud and Ray Taseff

  10. Olga Rives says:

    MJ and family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. The last time I saw Marihelen was at Blackburn College at one of the Summer Rep musicals. She had recently become a grandma and was so proud. Roger’s True Value was my account when I worked at the radio station and Marihelen and I got together every week to discuss the ads. We had so many laughs during those years. What a wonderful sense of humor she had! She surely was one of a kind. May your memories comfort you. My prayers are with you.

  11. Ann Wilhite says:

    I’m very sorry to hear of Marihelen’s passing. We were kids together, figuring out the role of being the “oldest girl” in a bunch of siblings. We were in Sunday School together too. She had a great sense of humor, but could still be a nurturer too. I will never forget her.

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