Clifford Chester Rodgers 2004
- Date of Death: August 12, 2004
- Location: Bathurst
Bathurst - Clifford Chester Rodgers, 83, of the Robert L. Knowles Veteran Unit, Bathurst and formerly of Rough Waters Dr., Bathurst, passed away on Thursday (August 12, 2004) at the Veterans Unit after a lengthy illness.
Born in Clifton, Glou. Co., he was the son of the late William Rodgers and the late Esther (Jagoe) (Rodgers) Doncaster.
He served in World War II, with the 14th Field Ambulance R.C.A.S.C. and was a member of the Herman J. Good, V.C. Br. 18, Royal Canadian Legion, Bathurst. He was a member of Lodge St. John #27, F&AM, of the Masonic Order, member of the Bathurst Chapter #22 Order of the Eastern Star, was a member of Saint George's Anglican Church, Bathurst, and was a cub Scout Leader there for several years.
He worked as a pipe fitter with the former Consolidated Bathurst Paper Mill and was a member of it's company's Quarter Century Club.
Besides his wife, the former Hilda Jennings, he is survived by:
Glenna Munn (Brian) of Saint John, NB
Joyce Daley (Glen) of Bathurst
Five grandchildren, Christopher, Erin and Lindsay Munnn, Dawn and Andrew Daley.
His aunt, Katie Jagoe of Bathurst, nieces and nephew.
He was pre-deceased by infant daughter, Gail, son William "Billy", and step-father Robert Doncaster.
The body rested at Elhatton's Funeral Home, Bathurst. Funeral service was held on Saturday (August 14, 2004) at 2:00 p.m. from Saint George's Anglican Church, King Ave., Bathurst. Burial was in the Saint George's Anglican Cemetery, St. Anne St., Bathurst. A Legion service was held from the Funeral Home on Friday. www.elhatton.com For anyone wishing to send tokens of sympathy, the family would appreciate donations to the Saint George's Anglican Church, Robert L. Knowles Veterans Unit or a favorite charity.