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Roger "Dodger" E. Yarrington

Roger "Dodger" E. Yarrington

June 21, 2014

Roger "Dodger" E. Yarrington  was 63 years old when he died at his home on Saturday, June 21, 2014.

 Roger was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on April 4, 1951 to Harold and Phyllis (Aldworth) Yarrington, attended Eau Claire area schools graduating from North High School in June of 1969.   After attending UWEC, he entered into the United States  Army. On June 9, 1973 he started working for what is now known as Berry Plastics in Chippewa Falls, WI where he continued working until his death.

His passion in life was for his 4 exotic birds and also interested in miniature railroads and military videos, games and books including the Civil War and military strategy.

Roger is survived by his brother Bennett and sister Barbara (Glen) Neubauer all from the Village of Lake Hallie.  Also his 4 nephews Delbert, Keith and Larry Yarrington, Tyran Neubauer and 2  nieces Christine Neubauer and Tajlan (Neubauer) La Rue.  He was proceeded in death by his parents Harold and Phyllis Yarrington,  sister-in-law Elizabeth (Betty) (Anderson) Yarrington and two nieces, Joy (Yarrington )Reinick and Carol (Yarrington) Carmen.

Memorial services will take place at 1 pm on Friday, June 27, 2104 at Fuller Speckien Hulke Funeral Home with Pastor Tim Stein officiating.  Memorial visitation will take place at the funeral on Friday morning from 11:30 am until the time of services.  Inurnment will take place immediately following the service in Rest Haven Cemetery in the Town of Washington with military honors being rendered by American Legion Post #53.

Friends and family may offer condolences online at www.fullerspeckienhulke.com.

Fuller Speckien Hulke Funeral Home, 3209 Rudolph Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701 is assisting the family with the arrangements.

Visitation

Memorial visitation will take place at the funeral home on Friday from 11:30 am until the time of service.

Service

Memorial service will take place at 1 pm on Friday, June 27, 2014 at Fuller Speckien Hulke Funeral Home with Pastor Tim Stein of Peace Lutheran Church officiating.