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From: "Peter_McCrae" <>
Subject: ROGERS; Mary Jean-17/7/2005>USA/TX--obits,ancestry.com
Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 15:42:31 +0100


Mary Jean Rogers
Born in Goliad, TX on Dec. 13, 1913
Died Jul. 17, 2005 and resided in San Antonio, TX.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: Wednesday Jul. 20, 2005
Funeral Home: Porter Loring Mortuary

MARY JEAN DAVIS ROGERS, born December 13, 1913, in Goliad, Texas, was the
second of five children born to Wayne Burke Davis, Sr. and Jean McCampbell
Davis.

She died peacefully, following a brief illness, on July 17, 2005, in San
Antonio, where she had lived since childhood.

A graduate of the old Main Avenue High School and the University of Texas at
Austin, she was a third-generation member of the First Presbyterian Church
of San Antonio and a member of the Junior League of San Antonio, the
Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the Battle of Flowers Association,
Timely Topics Luncheon Club, the San Antonio Country Club and Club Giraud.
She was a devoted supporter of Trinity University through its Associates
program, the San Antonio Symphony, the San Antonio Museum of Art, McNay Art
Museum, Witte Museum, the San Antonio Public Library Foundation, Sunshine
Cottage, and many other charitable organizations.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Napier Rogers in 1973,
with whom she "pioneered" the early residential development of Forest Oaks
Subdivision and Shavano Park.

Mrs. Rogers is survived by their three daughters, Jean Rogers Winchell of
San Antonio; Letitia Rogers of Seattle, Washington, and Jacquelyn Rogers
Goldman of Greenwich, Connecticut, as well as her son-in-law, Lawrence
Goldman; her grandson, James E. McCutcheon III and his wife, Elizabeth Jean
(Lisa) Cooper McCutcheon; her granddaughter, Alexandra Napier Goldman,
great-grandchildren, Geoffrey Davis McCutcheon; Ashley Grace McCutcheon and
Matthew Burke McCutcheon; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and
friends, all of whom loved her and were dear to her heart.



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