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Steven Allen Rogiers

Steven Allen Rogiers of Hondo, TX passed away on April 18th, 2020. He was 64 years old. Born in Minneapolis, MN, on October 11, 1955; Steve was the son of MSGT Charles J Rogiers and Katharyne Smith Rogiers Morrison. Being a military family, they moved around and Steve grew up in many places including Oklahoma City, Anchorage Alaska, Houston Texas and finally settling in Castroville, TX.

Steve graduated from Medina Valley High School in 1973. He attended Saint Phillips College and started working as a certified structural welder at Clearwater Construction Company. He went on to be a crane operator and worked on many local and state bridges and overpasses for Parker Bridge and Howell Crane & Rigging Inc.

Steve was married to Landa Saathoff on March 17, 1979; they were married 15 years. Their children are Rayna Lane, Steven Garret, Shane Buck and Michael Joseph.

Steve enjoyed drag races, fishing, mechanical work and spending time with family and friends. He had a good sense of humor and a gentle smile that will be missed.

Steve is survived by his former spouse, Landa Saathoff; children Rayna (Trey) Wooten of San Antonio; Steven (Reagan) Rogiers of Rio Medina and Michael Rogiers of Hondo. Grandchildren include Allison Jade Rogiers, Joslynn Kate Wooten, Heston Hugo Rogiers, Carter Garret Rogiers and Tate Charles Wooten; brother, Charles (Chuck) Rogiers, Jr.; and nephews Eric Beckett, Brandon Beckett and Jacob Rogiers.

Steve is preceded in death by son, Shane Buck Rogiers; parents MSGT Charles J Rogiers and Katharyne Smith Rogiers Morrison; sister Toni Rogiers Reeves and brother Richard Scott (Scotty) Rogiers.

A memorial will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be given to a church or charity of your choice


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Guestbook

I knew Steven, Charles (Chuck) and Scotty. I worked with Scotty and was a pallbearer at his funeral. I am very sorry to hear of Steven's passing. I did not know him as well as Scotty or Chuck, but found him to be a nice guy and pleasant to be around.
I would like to contact Chuck just to say hello. If anyone can put me in contact with him I would appreciate it. I can be reached at: bubbaslater@aol.com. Rest in Peace, Steven.

Ed Slater Sep 22 2020 12:00 AM

my name is Jack Kindle and I was Stationed with Steven's father and flew with him in Viet Nam till I rotated back to the states in June.. I have been trying to locate his family for maybe 6 years now.. Steve's sister Toni and I was writting back and forth till Chuck went down and went missing. Toni wrote and kept me updated on every thing.If any of the family would like to conncct with me I would love o hear from you. I belong to a group that is made up of family's of the group that Steve's dad flew with. We have dedicated memorials in Florida and Colorado Springs and was going to do one in Alabama this year till this pandmic put it on hold till Sept 2021 My E-mail address is lford005@woh.rr.com Jack kindle

Jack Kindle Aug 18 2020 12:00 AM

I just wanted to say how sorry I am for your family. Steve helped me out on more then several occasions when I was bartending in Castroville, and always with a smile...an infectious smile. Rest in Peace Steve.

Carrie McCullough May 12 2020 12:00 AM