EILEEN PAMELA ROGERS is the first born to Irene S Valdez and Robert Dean Rogers on May 1,1956 in Price, Utah. She passed away June 6th, 2020 with her life-long childhood friend Jeannie “Toots” Pettit by her side. We as a family could not be more grateful and comforted knowing she was with the most compassionate and loving person to the very end. Our mother, daughter, grandma, sister, aunt, niece, and friend would not have wanted it any other way.

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Her greatest love was her two children, Tammy (Bryan) Bonner and Jason (Jan) Wallin. They gave her 8 beautiful grandkids: Justin “Buzz”, Kaitlynn “Peanut”, Taylor “Buggy”, Jurnee, Janson, Brayden “Brady”, Jace, and Jene. 4 great-grandkids: Michael, Camden, Axel, and Atlas.

Mom was feisty, fierce, beautiful, sharp as a tack, and stubborn. She was loved by many and will be missed terribly. She will always be remembered for her excellent cooking skills, love for horses, and the felines in her life.

We will miss hearing her say “Get Over It” sung by The Eagles, her talent playing the guitar as well as the laughter and smile that lit up a room. Her grandkids will always remember Get Over It! her as “Crazy Grandma” and forever cherish their sleepovers, treats, and laughs.

She is survived by her mother Irene, stepmother Darlene Rogers. Brothers: Mark Rogers, Danny Rogers, and Salvador Valdez. Sisters: Ivy Rogers, Nancy Campbell, and Veronica Valdez. Proceeded in death by her father Bob Rogers, sister Elizabeth “Lizard” Rogers, nephew David Lee Rogers and Grandmother Raquel Sanchez. Also, her partner and love of 15 years, Jack “Yakkie” Holmstrom.

So now with laughter in our memories and a huge painful hole in our hearts, we say “Good-bye for now Momma! May you rest, pain free and in peace”.

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Jun 16, 2020

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I'm happy you are free of pain. Love you to death and will miss your stories that you shared with my family every time we visited. Until we meet again.

Jason Wallin , BLUFFDALE, UT, US Jun 18, 2020

You were like a big sister to me, you taught me how to be a better cook and reminded me to have fun in life and not let stress get me down. I will miss our conversations and the good times we had will always be sweet memories. You have left me with tears in my eyes and love in my heart!

Irene Rogers , Taylorsville , UT, US Jun 17, 2020

Lots of good memories and times..kids she's not far. Just listen..she will be missed.

uncle jimmy lee Sanchez I pushed her , price Utah, UT, US Jun 16, 2020

So sad of the passing of Eileen. Grew up knowing her as our "crazy aunt". I have only loving and fun memories of her!! Condolences to Tammy and Jason and all those who knew her best!! PRAYERS and God Bless

Jodie Binning , Laramie, WY, US Jun 16, 2020

Dear Tammy and Jay and family,

Grandma Darlene Rogers and Grandpa Bob Rogers loved their Eileen very much. We're so glad she's not in any pain anymore. We love and miss her!

Love,

Grandma Darlene Rogers

and Aunt Marlene

Melissa Parker Jun 16, 2020

I'm so sad to loose Aunt Eileen. I loved her so much! She was like my crazy other mother. She was always so good to me. She loved my mother so much and really did so much for her before she passed. I will miss her terribly and can't wait till I can see her again where she will no longer be in any pain- Revelation 21:3-5. Love, Missy

Melissa Parker Jun 16, 2020

Dear Tammy, Jason and Family,

I'm so sorry about the loss of your mom. She had the best laughter! May she rest in peace and may the Lord comfort all of you at this difficult time.

Cheryl Martinez , Price, UT, US Jun 16, 2020

I loved and will miss my Aunt Eileen very much. She was the one who believed in me that I could pursue my goal of playing the guitar. She even gave me my first guitar.

Amy Arnold , Buckeye, AZ, US Jun 16, 2020

Timeline


  • 1990
  • Jul 1992

    Family reunion