Mildred L. Rogers was born May 13, 1947 to the late Jimmy
and Dollie Gaines in Sandford, Florida. In 1952, she moved to
Rochester, New York at a young age. Mildred attended School
No. 4 and Jefferson High School. She worked at Bausch &
Lomb for many years.
Mildred met the late Arthur Rogers, Sr. and was married.
Later she started a new chapter in her life and met Lawrence
Nealy and they shared over 40 years of love. Mildred loved to listen to music and loved playing scratch-off tickets and play-
She leaves behind her loveLawrence Nealy; children: Alisa Rogers (Cullen “Cuff”), Renee Rogers, Lydell Rogers; grand-
children: Isaac Rogers, Aasha Lawrence, Joshua Taylor, Jr., Marcus Rogers (Marcia), Jamie Judkins, Jr., Amanda Judkins,
Hannah Judkins, Simeon Judkins, Daniel Judkins, Bran-
don Judkins, Justin Judkins, Kayla Judkins, Arnold Rogers, Chazz Loyd, Javon Rogers, Shadia Rogers and Amir Rogers;
great-grandchildren: Christopher Rogers, Jr., Grace Campbell,
Nyeasia Rogers, Faith Rogers, Isaiah Rogers, Marcus Rogers,
Jr., Legend Rogers and Legecy Rogers; sisters: Willie Mae
Washington and Margie Gaines; brother-in-law Alex Wright
and a host of nieces, nephews, famiy and friends.
Mildred is preceded in death by her son Arthur Rogers, Jr.;
grandson Christopher Rogers, Sr. and sisters: Pearl Gaines,
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