Roger John Andrew Dlugosz

January 27, 2021 11 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that the family of Roger Dlugosz of High Prairie, AB, announce his sudden passing on January 23, 2021 at the age of 53.

Predeceased by his father Rene, Roger will be sadly missed by his mother Sophie, brother Richard as well as numerous extended family and close friends.

He will be remembered for his quiet optimism, his accomplished story telling, and his zest for the good things in life.

A private Funeral Service for Roger will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2021 at Trinity Funeral Home, Edmonton, with a public Celebration of Life to take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Roger’s name.

Thank you to the first responders and medical staff at the University of Alberta Hospital for the excellent care given to Roger.

  1. I worked with Roger for a number of years. He was kind, generous, and really looked out for me during our time together, I am grateful for the impact he has had on my life. I offer my condolences to his family and friends, he will be missed.

  2. Dear Sophie, Ricard and family. Tony and Beth send our sincerest sympathies and prayers now and in the coming days.

    • I’m so sorry for your loss God bless you all he will be missed

  3. Roger was one of the first people I got to know in High Prairie when I moved here in 1995. He would come in to the Shell and shake his head at the stupid crap he had to drive hours to fix. He was always kind and funny and one of my favorite customers to see.

  4. Sending our sincere condolences do Roger’s family and friends. We were just talking about Roger a few days ago wondering how he was doing. He usually stopped by when he was in High Prairie but we hadn’t seen him in a while. Sending prayers to his family during this difficult time. Ron and Claudia Matula

  5. So shocked to lose Roger. Our condolences to you does not express our sadness.
    Roger had a caring and helpful spirit while still not feeling well himself.
    He will be sorely missed

  6. Very saddened to hear about Rogers sudden passing. We shared many great conversations with him about life and his unique vehicles. He was a great man. Rest easy Roger, you will be missed by many.

  7. In the short time we were acquainted with Roger we were taken in by his great sense of humor, and work ethic. He quickly integrated into our work family and left a lasting impression. He will be a tough act to follow and will be missed. We are so sorry for your loss. A donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation will be made in Roger’s memory.

  8. Roger was a bright light in our office every day! He would take the time to walk around and talk to everyone daily. He would take the time to listen to your stories and tell plenty of his own. Him and I loved to talk about traveling as we both loved tropical vacations. An impression of his presence will forever be left on our office and his laughter will always echo in our halls. He is missed by many and anyone who met him was truly blessed to have had every moment of him.

  9. Our most sincere sympathy Sophie, Richard and extended family. So very sorry for the loss of your son and brother at such a young age. May the wonderful memories stay close to your heart and help you through the very difficult days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Love Paul & Vicky Yaremko ( Pierog ) Tangent, Alberta

  10. I am truly sadden to hear of this news (albeit late). Roger was a good friend and a work colleague that I was fortunate to get to know and foster a good friendship. Always a professional, always willing to help, always willing to laugh and share insights within the Industry, his family and friends, and his passions for a “good life”, vintage sports cars, and snowmobiling. I will miss him.

    My deepest Condolences onto the Family – Roger was “one of the good guys!”

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