Guest Book for Roger Dean Brandhagen

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: William E Oleen Sr
Fri August 10, 2012
Although I had not seen Roger for many years when we went to PHS we were quite good friends. I have some fond memories of him and am sorry I was not able to know him in later life. It sounds as if we could have remained fast friends. I pray the incomparable peace of GOD for the rest of the family. Bill OLeen

Posted by: Bill Futter
Sat August 11, 2012
Deanna So sorry to hear about Roger. We had a lot of good times at the old Post Office. Bill Futter

Posted by: Kathi Brandhagen
Wed August 15, 2012
RIP Roger. Thinking of you with Dad and Grams now... Kathi

Posted by: john brandhagen
Wed August 15, 2012
I always looked to Uncle Roger for advice and knew it would be True and good advice. I will miss the talks we had that always kept my attention to listen to whatever he had to say even at a very young age I always was entranced with how he would explain things so well. I will always remember his voice and laugh. My prayers go out to All of the Brandhagens especially Aunt Deanna Ron Judy and Lori. Sincerely, John Brandhagen

Posted by: Mary A. Johnson
Thu August 16, 2012
My husband, Jim Hanks, and I offer our sincere sympathy to the family.

Posted by: Kaye Brandhagen-Henson
Thu August 16, 2012
I am so sorry to learn about "Diggy" leaving before we could get together again. It makes me extra glad you came to our '50th. Dale has been gone 5 yrs now and I'm even slower to get around but will try to get down, Deanna. My thoughts and prayers are with you all! May His Holy Spirit comfort you as only He can. Love, Prayers.

Posted by: Jacqueline Herman
Thu August 16, 2012
Arriving to work and seeing Roger always brought a smile to my face. Rog was the most funny, resilient, and kind gentleman you could meet. I will miss him and my thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Posted by: Randy Brandhagen
Sat August 18, 2012
You were a good uncle to me while I was growing up. Some of my fondest memories were when you and I would team up against my dad and his partner and beat them at lawn darts. Thank you very much for caring for and caring about my gramma for so many years. Listening to your laugh while having lunch brought my dad back into the room for a brief moment. Rest in peace Uncle Roger.

Posted by: Sharon Ketch
Wed August 29, 2012
I remember Roger well. We were in several classes together. He had such a pleasant smile. I was Sharon Henderson in 1955 and I lived in Riverside. Goodby until we meet again. Sharon