Roger E. Peters ... retired from Davidson Rubber

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LEBANON - Roger E. Peters, 86, of Lebanon died Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015, and returned home to be reunited with his beloved daughter, Bonney Jane Peters, who predeceased him on November 2, 1968. Roger is one of 13 siblings; all of whom have completed their life's passage into a new beginning.
Roger was a conscientious and reliable worker, who started from the floor up at Davidson Rubber Company Sawyer Mill factory, and earned a management position in maintenance as a licensed electrician. Roger was well liked and respected by all and he formed a lasting bond of friendship with several of his co-workers. He assisted in resolving numerous maintenance issues at Port Hope in Canada for Davidson Rubber Company. He and his maintenance crew were responsible for completing the electrical work at the Davidson Rubber Farmington plant to get it up and running for production. Roger retired after 35 years of dedicated service.
His compassion for life, love of family and commitment to family and friends will be greatly missed.
Roger leaves behind his devoted wife and soul mate of 70 years, Mona M. Peters; a daughter, Lee; sons: Roger, Jr., Randy, John and Kevin Michael Peters. He is also survived by one grandson: Rodney Joseph Peters; three granddaughters: Shelly Ann, Lyndsay and Michelle; one great-grandson, Evan, and his great-granddaughter, Alie Marie. Roger felt an everlasting bond of pride, love and joy with each child. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws and friends.

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