Diane Rogers Pope

January 20, 2020

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Diane Rogers Pope passed, quietly and peacefully into eternal life on Monday, January 20, 2020. She will be missed dearly and was surely greeted by a heavenly host of loved ones.


Daughter of Nell and Wade Rogers, Diane was preceded in death by her parents, her beloved husband Travis,and her brother Harry Rogers. She was hard working and enjoyed personally caring for her property and plants deeming sunset as the most beautiful time of day. Diane was loving and caring, dedicated to God, her country, family, friends and her community. Her pride and joy were her three sons Tim of Pageland, SC, Chad of Charlotte, NC, and Britt of Indian Trail, NC, and their wives Carmen, Angela, and Sandy. “Me-Ma” adored her eight grandchildren, Vinny, Travis, Matt, Emilee, Madison, Tully, Thomas, and Kaylee. She loved attending their performances and special events, supporting, encouraging and praising them individually. Me-Ma hoped they would be a light to wherever life's journey leads them.  


Diane was also blessed with many nieces and nephews by blood and marriage, and extended family, all who were special to her and of whom she was very proud. Keeping in touch was her specialty.

Diane's sense of humor, smile, and laughter, especially in storytelling, were endearing and she immediately made people feel comfortable and welcome. She was a faithful member of First Presbyterian Church of Pageland which she described as “a wonderful little church filled with people who cared about and loved each other to the max, a church blessed with the most beautiful pianist and choir anyone could wish for.”


Diane’s family will receive visitors at a reception in her honor on Saturday afternoon, January 25, 2020 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. provided by First Presbyterian Church of Pageland, 201 S. Maple St. Pageland, SC. An intimate graveside service for close friends and family at Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery in Pageland will follow at 5:00 PM. Flowers may be sent to Davis Funeral Service, 1003 E. Franklin Street Monroe, NC. Donations in Diane’s memory may be made to First Presbyterian Church of Pageland or to Wounded Warrior Project to extend her passion for honoring those who serve and protect our country.


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