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Rodgie Lonell Nantz

Died: Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Age: 62
Rodgie Lonell Nantz, 62, of Berlin Township died Tuesday June 26, 2007 at Port Huron Hospital, Port Huron.

He was born September 9, 1945 in Greenville, KY, the son of J.C. and Gladys Saddler Nantz.

His marriage to Peggy Manley was April 20, 1965 in Mt. Clemens.

Roger served his country with the United States Air Force from 1963 to 1965.

He was employed by Ford Motor Company as an inspector and sewer until his retirement in 2003. Roger was former president and vice-president of Capac Little League and coached for several years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, and gardening.

Surviving in addition to his wife Peggy of 42 years are two sons and daughters-in-law, James and Karen of Palms and Thomas and Deborah of Carsonville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Janet and Nathan Dietrich of Emmett and Bonnie and Andrew Bousson of Mussey Twp; 10 grandchildren, Mike (Heather) Eitel of Carson-ville, Pat and Zachary Parsons of Palms, Celeste, Tommy, Adam, and Samantha Nantz, Madeline and Kelsey Dietrich, and Aiden Bousson; mother, Gladys Jenkins of Evans-ville, IN; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Barbara and Joe Wilson of KY and Judy and Terry Wilson of IN and Paula Nelson of IN; and several nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his son Roger (1986), grandson, Benjamin Nantz (1997), father, J.C. Nantz (1997) and step-father Edward Jenkins (1997).

Funeral services were held Friday, June 29 at Kaatz Funeral Directors in Capac. Rev. Lisa Clark, pastor of Zion United Methodist Church officiated. Burial followed in Capac Cemetery, Capac.

Memorials are suggested to the National Kidney Foundation or American Diabetes Association.

For information and Guest Book kaatzfunerals.com
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