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ROGERS, Charles Aubrey, 20, died Friday, June 5, 2015 and is survived by his parents, Randy and Anne Moss Rogers of Midlothian, Va.; brother, Richard Rogers, 22, of Winston-Salem, N.C.; grandparents, Richard and Myra Rogers of Pine Mountain, Ga. and Robert and Anne Nimocks of Fayetteville, N.C.; and his beloved dog, Andy. He graduated high school in 2014 from Wasatch Academy in Utah. A deep, soulful, passionate and sensitive young man, Charles loved and treasured family. He was a true artist, an off-the-cuff comedian who loved to rap, entertain and act. He loved dogs, funky socks, drama, theatre, writing and making people laugh. But most of all, he loved people. As many artists do, Charles lived life on his own terms and ultimately chose how he wanted to end it. He lit up every room he ever walked into. But he also struggled and is now at peace. He was one of a kind, a true non-conformist. Charles Rogers was Peter Pan. He was just never meant to grow up. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to

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