Condolence: I wanted to let the family know how shocked and how sorry I was to have heard from Mike Janicki and Barry Jordan, of Roger's passing - no expression of sympathy - no matter how deeply felt can help much right now - as I shall keep my friend Roger in my thoughts and prayers, sincerely, George Lally - Babe Ruth League International Board Member
Condolence: I'm so sorry for your loss, he will be sorely missed at the ball fields and with family. Roger and I worked together at the first 8-u Regional in Chelmsford last year, and what a gentleman he was. I have some fond memories and pictures of him to cherish now.The region will miss him alot and how he helped so many kids play ball for so many years.His spirit and volunteerism will live on forever.God Bless
Condolence: Helen and Family, we are so sorry to hear of the sudden loss of Roger. You are in our thoughts and prayers that you have all the graces and strength you need in the coming days ahead.
Sending our deepest sympathies.
Muffy and Pete Deleault
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Helen, Roger Jr. and Keri.
I met Roger Freshman year in high school where we became friends. Later we were reacquainted through Tyngsboro Youth Baseball, and we spent 9 more years together coaching and managing.
Roger was always a gentleman and a good friend. He had the kindest heart especially when it came to the less fortunate. He would always make sure that in some way every kid that wanted to play ball, would somehow have the opportunity to play.
Roger will be missed by all who knew him and all future Tyngsboro Youth Baseball players that will benefit from his many contributions.
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Roger's family and friends. I met Roger through the Tyngsboro Youth Baseball program and I have and will always remember him as a true gentleman. Peace be with you Roger and your family.