Nathan Rogers was born on July 6, 1987 in Chattanooga, Tennessee and he passed away at his home in Albertville, AL on September 30, 2021. Nathan grew up in Bridgeport/Stevenson area, attended North Jackson High School, and was part of Marching Chiefs Band Percussion. He received several awards for his ability as a drummer. He went on to work as Bartender at Ruby Tuesdays and at Lake Guntersville State Park. Nathan enjoyed music and loved his family, especially his children Owen and Maizey. Nathan was preceded in death by both his grandfathers James (Papaw) Mashburn and Jerry (Poppy) Lusk, his father Harold Rogers. Nathan is survived by his two children: one son Owen Rogers and one daughter Maizey Rogers; the mother of his children Kaylah Magill; he is also survived by his mother Mary Rogers; siblings Chris Rogers, Angie McCarter, and Tasha Bishop and his grandmothers Imogene (Granny) Mashburn and Aloma (Mamaw) Lusk. Nathan is survived by other numerous relatives and friends.
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