Jonathan Mark Rogers

Born: Fri., Dec. 6, 1963
Died: Wed., Feb. 12, 2020

Graveside Service

2:00 PM Sat., Feb. 22, 2020
Location: Southland Memorial Gardens

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Jonathan Mark Rogers, 57, passed away Wednesday, February 12, 2020. Born on December 6, 1962 in Mississippi, he was a son of the late Bobby Morris Rogers, Sr. and Helen Ruth Rogers.
Mark was a rock star in more than one way.  A true community leader, he was dependable, reliable, and honest. Mark spent his life working hard, playing the guitar, and loving life. He coached baseball and enjoyed the gamecocks. While Mark was known for many different things, his true passion was his kids. He loved his boys and truly devoted his life to them.
Left to cherish Marks memory are his two sons, Micah Chansler and Nicholas Rogers; brother, Bobby M. Rogers, Jr; as well as numerous cousins.
Moseley Funeral & Cremation Service is assisting the family.

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Mitch Cooper
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
I first meet Mark in 7th grade (1977). I was a new kid at R.H. Fulmer middle school. He was one of the few that welcomed me right away. That describes who he was. A welcoming face to a new kid. He will be missed by so many. Rest In Peace my friend.

michael whitehead
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
Rest In Peace, my friend.

Andrew Milikin
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
Such a kind and gentle heart departed much too soon. You will truly be missed by all that knew you. Donna and I are praying for your family. God bless .

Debby Fowler
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
All my love to your sons.

Teresa Cobb Stone
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
I love you, my friend.

Harold,Bobbie and Keith Phillips
   Posted Sun February 16, 2020
Mark was like a son to us for years when growing up with Furman... Prayers for his family at this time of great lose...

Wendy James
   Posted Mon February 17, 2020
Mark was one of my first friends when moving to SC at 18 years old. I have many wonderful memories. I always loved to hear him play guitar, enjoyed throwing frisbees for our dogs at the river and going to see concerts when we would all pile up in the back of his van for a road trip. He was always a laid back, easy going guy and a lot of fun to be around. R.I.P. old friend until we meet again. Keeping your family and children in my thoughts and prayers.

   Posted Mon February 17, 2020
May Gods loving arms surround Marks family and help them find peace RIP Mark.

cindy ryan
   Posted Mon February 17, 2020
Haven't seen you in a while but I have known you since that bar on Platts Springs Rd. I believe you had a band green gorilla spelled that wrong but Mark R.I.P. Love Ya Cindy Ryan6

Katherine Wrisley
   Posted Thu February 20, 2020
Mark was about the nicest guy I ever met. I could always count on Mart to help me anytime that I needed him. He could do anything and always had a smile on his face. Mark is definitely going to be missed. I am truly honored to have known Mark Rogers he has left us way too early I will always have him in my heart. Rest in peace my friend.

Brian Moody
   Posted Tue February 25, 2020
I was so shocked and saddened learning of Marks passing so unexpected...
Having met Mark through his time at REDBOX where he did merchandising routes and we became friends... He would have me meet him on Property Management jobs and help him and he often gave me things he knew I’d like... Mark was a generous soul... I watched him get on and climb with the Maddie Rean band and we called each other on cell but as he became busy we lost touch... MArk and I had a high regard for one another and I’m sorry we had no more time to catch up.... Tomorrow is today make it count! I know Mark did!

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