Melvin Raymond ROGUSKI
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our wonderful father and husband Mel Roguski. Mel left us in the warmth of his wife’s arms surrounded by his family on May 14, 2023, after a long valiant health battle. Mel loved golf , the Oilers, traveling, bbqing, music, his long list of friends, and his many nieces and nephews, but most importantly his wife Lillian, whom he married June 14, 1969.
Mel’s life was dedicated to his daughter Robyn, son Douglas, his large extended family and his career in insurance as an adjuster, retiring in 2018.
Born May 6 1949, he was the eldest of 4 siblings, David Roguski, Garry Roguski and Janis (Brian) Horne. He was predeceased by his parents Emil and Anne.
Please join us in celebrating his life and his journey on May 25 at 4pm, Lauderdale community hall 12937 107st NW Edmonton AB.
We ask that in lieu of flowers please make a donation to STARS Air Ambulance.
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So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family !!!
Love Donna 💕
Sorry for your loss. We have have fond memories of Mel.
I am so very sorry for your loss Lil and family. Mel was a true gentleman, great friend and mentor. I loved his stories and his life advice was always spot on. I hope all the many happy memories you have will bring you comfort in the days to come. Val Ray
So sorry for your loss
Thanks for all the wonderful, fun memories. Our golfing in Red Deer, and the Kootney’s, and your visits here in our new home on Vancouver Island. Mel, you will live in our hearts for ever. Lil, Doug and Robyn I am sending you hugs. Until we met again may you find comfort in how much your Mel, meant to us.
Doug, thinking of you and your family during this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you
Sending our deepest sympathy for your loss. May Mel Rest In Peace. Our thoughts are with you.
My deepest sympathies to the family
My deepest condolences to the family
Heartfelt sympathies to you and your family Lil. Oh to hear Mel tell one more story he always had one for every occasion. The good die too young
Sending Our Deepest Sympathy, Our hearts, hugs & prayers are With All of You. Dianne,Bob Shostak & families
So sorry for your loss. Mel was one of the good guys.
Deepest Sympathies to the family! RIP Mel.
A good friend, a loyal mentor and someone who made my cancer journey very easy to take on. He saw it all the way he wanted me to see it. I did see it that way and he was 100% correct. Mel also probably had his best golf game the day before his surgery. RIP my friend !
So very sorry for your loss Lil, Robyn, & Doug, So glad Dan and I got to reconnect with you after all those years. Then COVID came and changed things. Did not see each other as freely as we would have liked. Glad the boys got to have their weekly golf, that meant the world to Dan… Huge hugs to you all…RIP Mel
Prayers and thoughts to you Lil, to your family and many friends on your loss of Mel. So enjoyed my time working and playing together with him back in the day. Was also a great adjuster. Great memories will live on. RIP Mel.
This is hard, saying goodbye to an old friend. Mel, you were never one to leave anything early. This is too early! Life was so full of things for you and Lil to do. Golf trips and BC and more golf. I have many good memories of you and Lil. One of those is that you barbequed the best and most tender steak ever. Gonna miss that. I am so sad for you Lil, Robbie and Doug. And all the family. Mel left a bit of himself on all that he touched. Goodbye my old friend!
Please know, Lil, Robyn. & Doug – that Gail & I share your grief at this time! Mel was such a stoic & resilient guy ! I thought after all he went thru that he was bullet proof! We can only marvel at how he had faced all his adversity over the past few years & had the strength to soldier on! God Bless!
Heartfelt sympathy to you Lil and your families . Our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Cherish the memories.
Lil/Ed Skelding( nee Kobylka)