Roger Briscoe

Born: Sun., Nov. 7, 1943
Died: Fri., Oct. 5, 2012


Memorial Service

10:30 AM Sat., Oct. 20, 2012
Location: Lighthouse Baptist Church


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ROGER K. BRISCOE

   Mr. Roger K. Briscoe, 68, of Quincy died at 12:40 a.m. Friday (October 5, 2012) in his home.

   Born November 7, 1943 in Quincy, he was the son of Whitby W. and Elaine Miller Briscoe Sr. He married Patricia "Pat" Kaye Hastings on June 13, 1964 in Quincy. She survives.

   He enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping and was a member of Mississippi Valley Hunter and Fisherman Association. Most of all he just enjoyed being outdoors and loved spending time with his family especially with his grandchildren.

   Mr. Briscoe was employed at Quincy Compressor for 41 years until his retirement in 2005.

   Survivors include; his wife, Pat; one daughter, Angie Lakian (Mark) of Grand Rapids, MI; one son, Tim Briscoe (Jolene) of Quincy; a special niece and nephew raised in Roger and Pat's home, Raechel McCartney (John) and Ray Hastings both of Quincy; seven grandchildren, Cara Briscoe, Tyler Briscoe, O'Livejah McCartney, Corban McCartney, Allie Hastings all of Quincy, Dillon Maharry and Evan Lakian both of Grand Rapids, MI; one brother, Whitby Briscoe Jr (Pat) of The Villages,  Florida. Also surviving are several loving nieces and nephews.

   A Memorial service will be held Saturday October 20, 2012 at 10:30a.m. at the Lighthouse Baptist Church with Pastors Tim Dougherty and Brian Hastings officiating.

   Visitation will take place at the time of services.

   In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Fishing for Freedom or Lighthouse Baptist Church.

   The Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Jeanne Williams
   Posted Sun October 07, 2012
Dear Patsy; We wanted to let you know that we are thinking of you with sympathy at the time of Roger's passing.

Les and Jeanne Williams, Orlando
(friends of Bob and Anna Hastings)

Kimberly Halliday
   Posted Sun October 07, 2012
We are so very sad to hear of Uncle Roger's passing.

As his niece, I grew up around Uncle Roger and Aunt Patsy, and their home was always a nice place for children to be. I remember Uncle Roger's sense of humor, his love for a good joke, his wonderful cooking, but there was more. Uncle Roger was always patient with us children, even when once, I went into his basement workshop and nailed some boards together, trying to make something creative out of it, the way I'd seen him do. I didn't make anything recognizable but he just smiled about it. I didn't forget that kindness. He also loved to hear children's laughter, and when we were little he'd tickle our sides until we had fits of giggles.

Thank you Uncle Roger and Aunt Patsy for all the wonderful memories and always making us feel welcome in your home. We love you and you will always live in our hearts.

Mrs. Richard (Kimberly) Halliday and my brother, James Hastings Jr.

David Bennett
   Posted Sun October 07, 2012
I will forever remember all my childhood memories spent with Great Uncle Roger. I will miss him greatly.

With Love,

David Bennett

Billy and Laverne Meyer
   Posted Wed October 10, 2012
Dear Pat, Tim, Angie, and family,

We want to express our deepest regrets, Roger was a great neighbor, father,
and friend. You have our thoughts and prayers.

Billy, Laverne, Ben and Sarah

Mary Jane (Kelley) Rischar
   Posted Sat October 13, 2012

I remember kidding around with Roger in school - he was fun.
Some of his classmates (Class of 1962) spoke of his passing away
and we extend our sympathy to all of his family. Class of 1962

Illinois Signal Employees
   Posted Tue October 16, 2012
We are so sorry for your loss and we are thinking about you in this difficult time.

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