Sue Nan (Mixon) Rogers was born in Mabank, Texas on Sept. 22nd, 1940 to parents Joseph Howard Mixon and Gladys Maurine (Tate) Mixon. She entered her eternal rest on April 5, 2017 at the age of 76.
Sue loved people, traveling to different places, and spending time with her family. They were her life and they knew it. She had a gift for making friends and making them feel like they were part of the family. Her hobbies were bowling, water volleyball, washers and taking charge in any given situation.
Sue was preceded in death by her husband Douglas Rogers; son Kevin Kyle Rogers; granddaughter Kandis Rogers; her parents Joseph Howard and Gladys Mixon; nine brothers William Horace, Garvin Harm, Billy Buck, Marvin Dewey, Howard Junior, Morris Lee, Bobby Clyde, J.R. and Donny Wayne; and two sisters Frances Louise and Iris Mae.
Sue is survived by her sons Douglas M. II and Michael Steven; daughter Kathy Sue; daughter-in-law Lynne Rogers; sisters Peggy, Linda, Judy and Marzette; grandkids Chad Mayfield and his wife Carol, Brad Mayfield, Stephanie, Britney Mayfield, Jennifer Pahl, Kyle Rogers, Alexis Hurst Schantel Blanchard and Katie Lane Pierce; great grandkids Gavin Mayfield, Ava Mayfield, Andrew Pahl, Landon LeQuey, Kensley Sue, Charlie Carpenter and Stella Blanchard.
Services are pending for a late date.
Oh Mama Sue, you have no idea how much you meant to so many people you dear, sweet lady. You had a way about you to where you made any one you met, feel like family. Through your own losses, and now our own loss, you kept it all together and made it about love and support of one another and family. We in turn will show the same respect for you. We will surely miss you and will think of you always. May God open up the heavens and accept your humbled soul to only continue the good up there, as you did for so many down on this earth. Until we meet again.....
Jeff and Sylvia
Jeff and Sylvia MurpheyRoswell, NM
Kathy and family,
I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I pray God comfort you all as only He can.
Barbara Payne (Thornton)Roswell, NM
The loss of Mrs. Sue Nan Rogers a cherished loved one is the most devastating experiences a family can face. At times, the loss may seem unbearable. Please know that there are people who care and more importantly Psalm 34:18 tells us that "God is near to those that are broken at heart. He is the God of all comfort. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time of grief.
Mrs. WilliamsDetroit, MI
Please accept my condolences on the passing of Sue. May God grant you
peace and comfort at this difficult time. Pour out your heart to him for
help in coping with your loss. Your fond memories of her can also be a
big help in providing comfort.
My sweet Aunt Sue please say hello to my mom Iris Mae and Granny Goose. RIP and may you fly high with the angels above.
Carmen L FullerSan Angelo, TX