Roger Dale Mier

May 4, 1954 ~ August 7, 2020


The family of Mr. Roger Dale Mier, 66, of Welsh, announces the passing of their loved one on August 7, 2020 in the Jennings American Legion Hospital.

Mr. Roger Mier was born on May 4, 1954 to Mr. Norris Mier and Ethel Fontenot in Jennings, Louisiana. Mr. Roger was known to live life to the fullest. He was a loving family man that did anything and everything for his family. He was a man that mastered everything in life.

He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Angela Sexton Mier of Welsh, LA; his daughters, Daisy (John) Fredericks of Lake Charles, and Dusty (Chris) Waltner of Boise, ID; son, Stephen (Connie) Mier of Mansfield, TX; twelve siblings; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his father, Norris Mier; and by Bobby Joe Rabey and Ethel Fontenot Rabey.

Mr. Roger’s cremation has been entrusted under Miguez Funeral Home of Jennings.

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  1. Roger was a good hearted person. That loved everyone including his family. He will be truly missed. Rest In Peace! And my condolences to the family. I love y’all!!!

  2. Roger was also a member of my Welsh High School graduating class of 1972. It was always a joy to see him and visit when we encountered each other. Even though we both lived in Welsh, we didn't run into each other very often, but when we did, it was always great to catch up. My prayers go out to his family and friends in their time of grief.

  3. Roger was a member of my graduating class – Welsh High 1972. It was always nice to see him at class reunions since he always had nice things to say. He officiated at my nephew’s wedding to Heather. He showed up at my family’s annual crayfish boil when we started having them at Kevin and Heather’s farm. He would say “oh I just happen to be in the area!!” HaHa. Rest In Peace and we rejoice knowing you are at your final resting place with the Lord.

  4. I am Keira, a member of the Ladies of Lallybroch and the Lallyquilters. I am holding all of you in my heart and sending sincere congratulations to all who held Mr. Roger dear. May all your happy memories help you through your grief.

  5. I am a member of Ladies of Lallybroch Lally-Quilters online, and I’ve known Daisy and her family for over 20 years. I am so deeply sorry for this sad tragedy. Prayers for comfort to Mrs Ange, Daisy, Dusty, and Steven and all who loved Mr Roger.

  6. I am a class of 72 classmate also. Roger and I rode the same schoolbus to school for years. We both lived out in the country. Roger was always such a nice guy. I considered him a good friend. I am so sorry to hear about his passing. My deepest sympathy for his entire family and loved ones. Know that he was well liked by everyone that knew him and I am sure he is rejoicing in Heaven.

  7. Sending my deepest condolences to you all as you grieve the loss of your husband and father. May your memories help to ease the sadness. ❤️🙏🏻❤️

  8. Was so very sorry to hear of Roger's passing. Roger was in my high school graduating class. When we discussed his passing among ourselves, everybody agreed what a great guy he was. He left his positive fingerprint on so many of us. But I think he's happy with his new digs and look forward to seeing him again in the future. God be with all of his family.

  9. I am also a Lallyquilter friend of Daisy's and she has been an online friend for a very long time. I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest sympathies to your family.

  10. I am so sorry to hear of Roger passing away. He was a great guy! He will be missed. Prayers for Angie, their children, and all the family.

  11. Daisy, my sincere condolences on the loss of your father. To you and your whole family and all those who loved and miss him. ❤️

  12. Daisy and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers for you and your family at this time.
    Chris from Ladies of Lallybroch/Lallyquilters.

  13. From one of the Lally-quilters, I am so sorry for your loss. We are all thinking of you during this time of great sadness. I am praying for peace and comfort for you and all your loved ones.

  14. Dearest Daisy, my first message ended up with a very poor typo. I am offering my sincere condolences, not congratulations-as the autocorrect posted in the first message. My heart is with you and all who loved Mr. Roger. Hoping your memories of him will help to carry you through this difficult time.

  15. I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with the family at this difficult time.
    I am a member of Lally-Quilters.

  16. Daisy, I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss of your dad. So much love going out to you my friend.

  17. My most sincere condolences to you all. The loss of your husband, father and friend is heartbreaking. I'm sending love, prayers for coping, comfort during your time of grieving.
    I'm also a member of Lallyquilter's on line.
    Love and blessings to you all.

  18. Daisy and Dusty I am so very sorry to hear of your Dad'
    passing – specially so young from this awful virus. Remember the good times! Lallyhugs from a fellow Lallyquilter. xx
    Kate Smith

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