Hague-Rogers, Theodora F.


Theodora Frances (Koenig) Hague-Rogers of Dallas, Texas, beloved wife, mother, grand mother, and great grandmother, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on April 3, 2014. Born in Portland, Maine, on December 11,1937, she battled renal cancer for eight years.

“To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord” 2 Cor.5:8

The family is grateful that she is finally at physical and spiritual rest in the arms of her Savior who she gave her life to in 1976.

“For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain” Phil.1:21

We love you and are thankful for you!

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

12 replies on “Hague-Rogers, Theodora F.”

Madi Kanneman says:

I love you, Grammie!
Thank you for being so amazing and such a wonderful grandmother to me.
I miss you, but am so glad that you are not in pain anymore. I can’t wait until I see you again and we can party with Jesus! (And maybe play blueberry tent, like you always teased your sister about…)

Don and Mary Anne Seale says:

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.” Psalm 116:15
We are so sorry for your loss, but we are happy that Theo is rejoicing with our Savior and is free of pain and suffering. We pray the Lord will comfort you and give you peace.

Betsy Mayse says:

Theo was such a Godly influence for me. She showed God’s love with her husband, daughter, and grandkids. I will always see Theo’s smile when I think of her.

Lisa Jordan says:

If we have been pleased with life,
we should not be displeased with death,
since it comes from the hand of the same master.

Nadine Cotner says:

Dear Paul and Stacy and family,
Our condolences are with you over the death of Theo. May Jesus Christ give you the encouragement and strength you need as you will be missing her. Praise the Lord for our eternal hope! Love, Dave and Nadine

Larry and Susan Bortel says:

The Lord bless you with his strength and comfort. We pray he will lift your hearts as you go through this difficult time.

Del and Connie Wubbena says:

It was a privilege to know her and enjoy her zest for life and her Savior. Prayers for her family as the adjustments to your loss surface day by day.

Jane Harmon says:

I loved Theo so much that I feel I should be getting sympathy cards, too. The though of entering Bethel’s sanctuary and not having my dear Theo come to seek me out, with her big smile and warm, truly concerned heart is truly unimaginable. Holy Spirit, please comfort Rob and his entire family, Theo’s family, and all who grieve the loss, no matter how temporary, of Your dear child.

Harold and Presha Simmons says:

Prayers a plenty! Theo is now at peace and for that we are thankful and for the family we pray for His grace to be abundant to each of you to meet your own needs at this time.

To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord and who would not want that!

Berggren family says:

God’s Blessings and comfort be with you and your family, especially Rob. We’re thankful for the hope we all have in Christ, in the Resurrection of the body as we look forward to Easter.

Jonathan and Karen Felts says:

Dear precious friends, Now Theo’s laugh and smile are even more joyful and radiant! she was one of my favorite people and I always considered her words to me as coming from God himself. I loved her and thought of her as a great Proverbs 31 lady. I know you are relieved she no longer suffers but there is now a big hole in your hearts. You have been on my prayer list for years but now a new note is added. Love you all. Karen

Wilson Blaisdell says:

To a wonderful lady who exhibited great hospitality and love for all those who were around her. It was a joy to know her.

Leave a Reply to Madi Kanneman Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published.

                                 GOOGLE REVIEW