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Lola Faye Rogers

January 19, 1930 — September 19, 2015

Lola Faye Rogers went to be with her Lord and Savior Saturday, September 19, 2015. She passed away at Integris Baptist Hospital, in Oklahoma City. She was born January 19, 1930, in Monroe, Oklahoma, to David Edward and Ethel (Rizley) Clark. She moved to Tipton in 1948, where she met and married Clarence Rogers. Lola worked at Homer's Drive Inn at Tipton for many years. She enjoyed going camping, fishing and attending her grandchildren's games and activities. She enjoyed listening to country music. She loved to dance, work on puzzles and picking up pecans. She was known for her Red Lipstick and was loved by everyone. She was known as "Granny" or "G-Dog" and Roadrunner! She loved to laugh, even for no reason. She would laugh until she cried and get everybody else around her laughing. She enjoyed watching Dallas Cowboys Football and Jeff Gordon NASCAR Racing. She loved her grandkids and loved to spoil the babies. She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 51 years: Clarence Rogers; two sisters: Billy Perry and Sylvia Duncan; two grandsons: Brett Rogers and Andy Cortez. Survivors include six children: Robert Rogers and wife Regina, of Livingston, Alabama, Eunice Timbrook and husband Mark, of Minot, North Dakota, Sharen Rogers, Rex Rogers and wife Irene, Donna Bautista and husband Victor, and Frankie Rogers and wife Melissa, all of Tipton, Oklahoma; 23 grandchildren; 47 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild; and a host of nieces and nephews. Tipton Funeral Home 220 E. Main Tipton, OK 73570 (580) 667-5241
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