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3453 Heatherdowns Blvd
Toledo, OH 43614
Phone: 419-382-3456
Roger Rice
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Roger Paul
1956 - 2017
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Condolence From: M Powell
Condolence: I am so very sorry to read about your loss of Roger. Please take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father truly loves and cares for you and He will give you the strength needed to cope during this difficult time.
2 Corinthians 1:3,4

M Powell
Sunday November 12, 2017
Condolence From: MH
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to the Rice family and friends may you cherish the blessing he was in your lives and keep him close to your hearts. Psalm 121
Tuesday November 07, 2017
Condolence From: Janice Flahiff
Condolence: Dear Mitch,

So sad to hear about your father's passing. His joy of the outdoors and care of animals is very inspiring to read. Please share your memories on these activities when you can. Would like to hear very much. My thoughts are with you and your family.

Your colleague Janice
Monday November 06, 2017
Condolence From: Jodi Jameson
Condolence: Dear Mitch and Family,
I am so sorry to learn of your father's passing. May you find comfort in the memories you shared. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Friday November 03, 2017
Condolence From: Howard and Sherri Burkert
Condolence: Mitch....we're so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Your family is in our thoughts during this difficult time.
Friday November 03, 2017
Condolence From: Chance Potter
Condolence: Roger was my uncle and, during my youth, probably the one that I visited the most. I have so many fond memories of watching him make jewelry, his exotic fish, and of course fishing at my grandparent's lake house in Michigan.

I would like to share one of my favorite memories that I frequently tell to others to this very day.

During a family visit to Uncle Roger's home when I was probably around eight or nine years old, I was playing the Nintendo with my cousin Mitchell (a treat since I didn't have one) when the lights in the house suddenly dimmed and the game we were playing stopped working. Mitchell and I were rather upset because we were about to beat the game so Uncle Roger got out of his chair to take a look outside to determine what had caused the problem. Mitchell and I were curious as well so we followed him outside. Several yards down the street there was a group of kids standing around an object on the ground next to the power pole. It was a squirrel that had, rather recently and quite suddenly, shuffled off it's mortal coil while walking on a power line and fried itself on transformer. Uncle Roger walked up to the crowd of kids with Mitchell and I in tow, picked up the now dead and still smoking squirrel, whipped out his pocket knife and swiftly cut off it's tail. "I can use this to make some great fishing bait!" he proudly told Mitchell and I as he turned around and began walking back to the house. To this very day I can still see the wide-eyed, open-mouthed faces of the neighborhood children as we left the now tail-less deceased squirrel on the sidewalk for them to ponder.

Whenever I happen to spot a squirrel performing their acrobatics on a power line, I chuckle and think of my Uncle Roger, the dead squirrel, and the mortified looks of the neighborhood children! I'll miss him and am grateful that he was a part of my life. My condolences to his family. He was definitely quite a memorable character.
Thursday November 02, 2017
Condolence From: Michelle McKenzie
Condolence: You and your family are in my prayers. ~Michelle
Thursday November 02, 2017