Larry Clay Rogers, age 77, of Canmer, KY, passed away Thursday, September 19, 2019 at The Medical Center at Caverna in Horse Cave, KY after injuries sustained in an ATV accident. He was a graduate of Hart Memorial High School and Western Kentucky University. He was a retired Social Worker for the state of Kentucky. He served on the Hart County Board of Education from 1984-1992, serving as Chair during January of 1987-1992 when the Athletic Complex was constructed. He was a Kentucky Colonel and member of Munfordville Lions Club for over 41 years during which he held many offices including Eyeglass Chairman and was awarded the 2010 Finis E. Davis Fellow Award form the Lions Club International for dedicated Humanitarian Service. He was also a member of Munfordville First United Methodist Church where he also served on several committees. Larry never met a stranger and was always eager to help those in need.
He was the son of the late William Carl Rogers and the late Ruth Eleanor Roberts Rogers. He was married to his wife of 49 years Martha Lynn Mays Rogers. Besides his wife he is also survived by one daughter, Laura Rogers (Geoffrey Gleitz), Bowling Green, KY; one son, John Clay Rogers (Shelly), Canmer, KY; one sister; Mary Donna Faught, Bowling Green, KY; two grandchildren, Allison Louise Rogers, Andrew Clay Rogers; nephews, Dr. Ryan Faught, Alex Faught, Adam Rogers, Chris Jones, Dr. Dee Jones; niece, Kelly Brown; host parent to exchange student, Steve Hardy (Emily)his two children Cliff & Nell all of Belgium. Besides his parents he was also preceded in death by a brother Greg Rogers.
The family will receive friends from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Brooks Funeral Home and from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Sunday, September 22, 2019 at Munfordville First United Methodist Church.. Funeral service will be 3:00 PM, Sunday, September 22, 2019 at Munfordville First United Methodist Church with pastor Gregory Rose and Rev. Rick Johnson officiating. Interment will be at Pearl Webb Cemetery, Canmer, KY.
Memorial contributions can be made to Munfordville First United Methodist Church Building Fund or Pearl Webb Cemetery.
Condolences may also be expressed online at www.brooksfuneralhomeky.com.