Graveside Military Service:

8/27/2015 will be held at 2:10 pm at Ft. Logan National Cemetery, staging area C.

Rememberance of Rogers Life:

8/27/2015 will be from 4-7 pm at his daughter’s house at 1520 S. Forest St. Denver, CO 80222.

Roger Mifflin

Born:
March 14, 1949
Passed Away:
August 17, 2015

Roger Mifflin was born in Chicago, Illinois, was a Sergeant in the US Army Signal Corp Division during the Vietnam War, and graduated from the University of Colorado in 1976. He was loved and is survived by his wife of 43 years, Mary Ann; his son, Henry, and daughter-in-law, Toni; his daughter, Tiffany, and her fiancé, Howard; and his two grandchildren, Michael and Victoria.
Roger was employed by Jefferson County as a Senior Plans Examiner, and attained Journeyman Carpenter status from the Colorado State Joint Apprenticeship where he was an instructor for several years. He also taught at Red Rocks Community College.
Roger was a Master Mason at Centennial Lodge 84 and held a 32 degree status in the Scottish Rite. Roger enjoyed flipping houses, walking his dogs, and traveling. He visited England, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Italy, Turkey, Greece, and Monaco.
Roger was always willing to help a friend in need and would be the first to pitch in to get a job done. His perseverance in all his endeavors, including his brave 3-year battle against colon cancer, will be remembered by all who knew him.
The family extends their sincerest gratitude to all who touched Roger’s heart.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to a charity of your own choosing.

 

2 Responses to Roger Mifflin

  1. Jackie and James Easley says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Roger was a great guy, funny, thoughtful and kind. I remember one fall, after his daughter’s garden had died off, she commented that she was not looking forward to cleaning it out. When she got home it was all done! Her Dad had come over that day and took care of it for her. It was a great surprise to her and she said “That’s my Dad!” He will be missed!

  2. Al Morris says:

    I worked with Roger at JEFFCO for 12 years. He shared many confidential moments with me. I was so shocked yesterday to hear of his passing. He was such a great guy and very special to me. So sorry for your loss – he is in a better place. With much regret AL Morris

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