Roger Case Obituary, Death – Roger Kevin Case, 62, a veteran of the Cold War who served in a submarine, passed away after a long battle with his deteriorating health in the early morning hours of June 30, 2023 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, where he was receiving hospice care. Roger Case was born in Rochester, New York on July 22, 1960 to parents Roger and Irene Case. Roger spent the most of his childhood and teenage years frolicking around the city of Rochester and taking pleasure in life. He was raised in Rochester’s 19th Ward, and during that time he became an active part of his community. His participation in the Jesus Christ Superstar musical, riding bikes with his pals, and dancing with his sisters and other friends are some of the most cherished memories he has from his childhood.
Roger enjoyed swimming. He seemed completely out of place in his environment. Roger’s past-time ultimately evolved into a sport, and he started competing in a variety of swimming competitions and diving events. During his tenure in Rochester, he was known as one of the most talented swimmers in the city. In 1978, he received his diploma from Aquinas. After graduating high school, Roger took advantage of the opportunity to see the world by joining the United States Navy. This experience sparked his passion for traveling. During his time in the military, he served on several nuclear submarines, the most notable of which was the USS Kamehameha. The year 1982 marked Roger’s exit from the Navy. As one of his many interests and pursuits, Roger took great pleasure in the creation of works of art.
Roger’s children John, Alyson (Ryan Powers and grandson Archer), Benjamin, and Marcus are the only ones to carry on after him. His grandchildren John, Alyssa, Lucas, Liam, and Vincent also survive him. In addition to his nieces and nephews, as well as his sisters Kim (Dave Jones) and Julie (Glenn VanDerwater). Both of his parents, Roger and Irene Case, as well as his sister, Christine Webster, passed away before he was born. Sailor rest your oar