In Memory

Roger Mecklenburg - Class Of 1964

Roger Mecklenburg

Roger passed away on January 2nd at the age of 69. Roger is survived by his daughter Sandra and by his brother John. Click here for his obit.

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01/05/16 05:31 AM #1    

Edward Weinberg (1964)

My name is Ed very sorry to hear about Roger's passsing..

It certainly has been a "few" years since we walked the halls at Austin...

I remember the classes that I attended (some classes that I had with him that I was supposed to attend and never showed up, oh well). with Roger.


Great guy and I am sure that he will be missed family's condolences..may he rest in peace

God bless him


01/05/16 06:37 PM #2    

Jay Lyden (1964)

A good friend.  I have a picture in my office of Roger, Fred, Ray and me, sitting in the big Polk Bros. chair.  Sad news, hopefully softened with some good memories.

01/05/16 08:34 PM #3    

Chris (Priscilla) Scarmeas (Handley) (1964)

My sympathy to the family.

01/08/16 08:40 AM #4    

James Stonecipher (1964)

Sorry to hear about the passing of Roger. Best wishes to his family.


01/08/16 10:37 AM #5    

Russell Romanelli (1964)

Roger and I were not close friends in high school, but I certainly remember him. He always had that warm and friendly smile. My deepest sympathy to his family. 

01/09/16 12:04 PM #6    

Fred Matthias (1965)

I remember Roger .we are good friends in high school .

Sad to hear of his passing . My condolences to his family 







02/29/16 07:30 PM #7    

Kyle Dressler (1964)


I am sorry to read about Roger's passing. Roger and I went to Key School together as well as Austin. We sort of separated paths at Austin but I always counted him as a good friend. I am truly sorry.

Kyle Dressler


02/29/16 08:17 PM #8    

Frank Swanson (1964)

I remember Roger from Austin my condolences to his family

01/08/17 01:10 PM #9    

Patrick Windsor (1965)


Grew up on Mason Ave in Chicago, Roger lived in the apartment below me we were close friends grwoing up we lost contact afte high school, I went in the Army and he went in the Air Force I believe he went to Alaska and I went to Nam, sadly we never connected again.  If anyone knows how I could reach his brother John I would love to connect with him as he was married to my cousin at some point in time.

Patrick A. Windsor



01/09/17 10:25 AM #10    

Ronald Burns (1964)

So sad to hear about Roger. Growing up Roger was a close buddy from our days are F.S. Key elementary as Kyle D. mentioned all the way thru Austin. He made a great trip to visit the University Of Memphis in 66 with me and we had a great time. He was a part of our "guy's" outside of class along with Jay Lyden and  like him I have some great memories of those days with Rog. We lost touch after I moved to Memphis but I never forgot him and the laughs we had together.

To his family I offer my sympathy and best wishes. You father was a good man, loyal and loved by his friends.  

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