Paul Franklin Rogers WALPOLE — Paul Franklin Rogers, 79, of Old Drewsville Road, died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, at his home, surrounded by his family. He was born July 7, 1941, in Walpole, New Hampshire, the son of Paul Canning and Marjorie Alice (Rhodes) Rogers. Paul grew up, and attended school, in Walpole. Following school, he joined the U.S. Navy to serve his country from 1960 to 1965. Paul attained an associate degree in business and started his career in 1989 working for the Flying Tigers Air Freight Co. of California that Fed Ex acquired. Paul continued his career by moving his family to Memphis, Tennessee, and continued working for Fed Ex until his retirement in 2001. Following retirement, with his family in tow, Paul moved back to New Hampshire. He enjoyed gardening, flowers, animals and going on cruises. On Jan. 4, 1964, Paul married his wife of 56 years, Kathaleen Hazel Boudrieau, who survives. He is also survived by his daughter, Sara Kathaleen Rogers-Jennings, son-in-law David C. Bryce, two grandsons, Stephen Paul Jennings and Anthony Glenn Jennings; his siblings, Ann Rogers, Kathleen Kittredge, Phil Rogers, Gus Rogers and Joan Sylvester. Paul was predeceased by his parents and two brothers, Robert and Richard Rogers. Services will be held at a later date, the Fenton and Hennessey Funeral Home of Bellows Falls, Vermont, will be assisting with the arrangements. Donations in Paul’s memory can be made to the Walpole Fire and Rescue, P.O. Box 243 Walpole, NH; and/or the First Congregational Church of Walpole UCC, P.O. Box 393, 15 Washington St., Walpole, NH 03608.

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