November 8, 1936 ~ March 22, 2006
Roger Nessly, born in Mpls, MN in 1936, passed away March 22, 2006 in San Antonio, TX surrounded by his loving family. He was an exceptional role model and an inspiration to all who knew him. Injured as a teenager, he lived 51 years as a quadriplegic. He never complained and though he could not walk, he traveled many miles throughout his life leaving incredible footprints on this earth. He was predeceased by his parents, Dorothy and Eugene Nessly of Mnpl, MN. He is survived by his sister, Joanne Story, and her husband, Dr. Jim Story of San Antonio, TX, brother Gene Nessly of Mpls, MN, nieces and nephews, Dr. Kris and David Held, Dr. John and Mary Pulliam, Col. Bill and Jane Looke, J.D. and Amy Story, Rev. Randy and Wendy Nessly, Roger Nessly, Marc and Karen Payne, Rick and Julie Nessly and 26 grand nieces and nephews. A celebration of his life will be held at a private memorial service with burial in Mpls, MN.
Ronnie and I just wanted to express our sincerest sympathy over Roger’s passing. He has been the PERFECT neighbor and friend for the past 8 years and for the many years prior to that while my parents were alive. We will truly miss seeing him each and every day.
Joanne, It was a priviledge to be Roger’s case manager at LifeCare, & to know such a loving, supportive family. You were truly there for him & helped him get home when he so desperately needed to be there. God bless – Chris
From the members of the Alamo Arms Collectors Association, our condolences.