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He was a 1953 graduate of Bloomfield High School, where he was a very active FFA member and won many awards. He was a self-employed dairy farmer, drove school bus for many years, worked as a carpenter for Brumagin Builders for a time and retired from General Electric in 2001.
Roger was a member of the Union City Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, where he served as a deacon and sang in the choir and as a soloist. He served as a Union City School Board director for 26 years. He loved farming, working out in the fields, listening to his children sing and being with family and friends.
In addition to his loving wife, Gloria, he is survived by four daughters, Colleen Miller Donor (Jeff) of Wattsburg, Alyson McCray (Brian) of Union City, Lynn Christoph (Rich) of Erie and Sara Martin of Colorado Springs, CO; six sons, Russell Rockwell (Sandi) of Bellefont, PA, Bruce Rockwell of Lakewood, NY, Brett Niggel (Delly) of Chicago, IL, Jeffrey Niggel (Kim) of East Aurora, NY, Brian Niggel (Tina) of Union City, and Jason Niggel of Erie; 19 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sister in law, Sandy Bennett (Jack) of Union City, and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Robert E. and Raymond Rockwell and one sister, Betty Burlingham.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions all services will be private. The service is open to the public as a webcast on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. via Roger’s Book of Memories online at www.WarrenGlennFH.com.
Burial will take place at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant Road (east), Union City, PA 16438.
Memorial donations in Roger’s memory may be made to the Union City Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, 2 Dowman Street, Union City, PA 16438.
Arrangements are in the care of Warren-Glenn Funeral Home, 62 S. Main Street, Union City.