Edward Rogevich

Edward Rogevich

Monday, November 29th, 1937 Sunday, July 5th, 2020

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Obituary for Edward "Eddie" Rogevich

Edward “Eddie” Rogevich headed down the third base line all the way to home on July 5, 2020. He is survived by his wife of 51 years Cheryl (Summers) Rogevich of Honey Brook, his siblings Judy Hatt (David) of Downingtown, Raymond Rogevich (Beverly) of Oxford and Joseph Rogevich (Justine) of Lancaster, his children Christa Carlson (William) of Downingtown, Paula Walsh (Neal) of Gap and Matthew Rogevich (Diana) of Merion Station, as well as his seven loving grandchildren: Josh and Jake Carlson, Jordan, Nick and Connor Walsh, Sara and Benny Rogevich. Eddie was a proud Army Veteran and never missed a Memorial Day Parade. He worked as a foreman for Lukens Steel for 40 years. After retirement Eddie worked as a grounds keeper for the ELANCO School District. In his spare time, he played softball for the Brandywine Valley Senior Softball league and golf with his crew. He made sure everyone in his family felt special and enjoyed life whether it was playing backyard golf, going for ice cream, shooting bow and arrow, sledding, watching airplanes or playing in the pool. He attended every event of his grandchildren to show his love and support. In his spare time, he enjoyed grocery shopping, bike riding and swimming in the pool. Eddie loved his “Cherlie Lou Lynn” more than anything. Their relationship was a special bond that was cherished and observed by family and friends. Eddie and Cheryl were always together and were partners in life until the end. They traveled, enjoyed the outdoors, and most importantly spent every Sunday night by each other’s side watching “Yellowstone.” This love will forever live on through memories. Eddie was well-known for his kind heart, sporty soul and child-like spirit. In lieu of flowers, we ask for donations to Eddie’s favorite foundation: Wounded Warrior Project.

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So sorry for your loss. Ed was a great man and will be missed. Love Johnny, Diane, Rachel and Jimmy
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In honor of Ed & his family.
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Jeremy, Jessica, Evan, Nate

Matt, Diana, Sara, and Benny: Wishing you peacefulness during this time of reflection. Our deepest condolences for your loss.
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Jeremy Terr

Matt, Diana, Benny and Sara: Our deepest thoughts and condolences are with you on the loss of your Father and Grandfather. We wish you peacefulness during this time of reflection.
Sincerely, Jeremy, Jessica, Evan, and Nate
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Kirk Summers

Cheryl and family,

I am so, so sorry for your loss. My father adored Ed, as did I.

He was just always larger than life. Just such a wonderful man.

I have so many fond memories of being in his presence. His kindness, and sweetness, and humor was unique. I'm a 60ish older gentleman now (wink), but I remember that the 22 year age gap never was really there. He always talked to me like I was an equal, even when I was a kid. Even though I was an annoying nephew who would only pop in every few years, Ed always welcomed me with warmth, humor and good times.

I remember being 25, and came to town to see Pap and Grandma in Honey Brook, and Ed challenged me to a one on one basketball game down by the railroad tracks on Pequa. Anyway, he just thumped me. It was embarrassing. He was 47ish I guess, and was just a stud. He fouled me a bunch, but I didn't call it. I lost by a lot.

Recently, Leanne and I celebrated 30 years of marriage, and we were looking at the wedding photos, and there was Ed and Cheryl front and center in so many photos. Neither of you changed very much through all the years. I'm praying for all of you. You were blessed to have him in your life, as were all of us. I hope to see you sometime in the near future.

Nephew and Cousin,
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