Mark Andrew Rogen
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MARK ANDREW ROGEN
January 24, 1952 ~ June 21, 2018

Mark A. Rogen passed away peacefully in his sleep on June 21, 2018, at the age of 66, after a long and courageous battle with Frontotemporal dementia (Alzheimer's Disease).
Mark will be greatly missed and will be remembered as a loving father and grandfather who loved hiking, riding his motorcycle, traveling, and spending time with his family.
Mark was born on January 24, 1952 in Vancouver, WA to Lester and Mary (Bicknell) Rogen.
He graduated from Hudson's Bay High School (Class of 1970) and Clark College.
He served as a Deputy Sheriff and later a Sergeant for the Skamania County Sheriff's Office for 31 years, including eight years working as a police officer for the City of North Bonneville. Upon his retirement, he spent one year as the Police Chief of North Bonneville, before retiring from law enforcement and moving to Vancouver, WA.
Mark is survived by his children, Mark Jr. (Victoria) and Meredith Rogen of Vancouver, WA; his adopted children, Lora Shinn of Seattle, WA, Andrew (Steffanie) Sampeck of Sutter, CA, and Emily Sampeck-Rogen of Portland, OR; grandchildren, Wyatt and Levi Rogen of Vancouver, WA, Isabelle and Emmitt Shinn of Seattle, WA, and Hannah Sampeck of Sutter, CA; his siblings, Dawn (Rogen) Bainter and James Rogen of Vancouver, WA.
Mark was preceded in death by his parents and by his adopted son, Michael Armatis (formerly of Mesquite, TX).
Funeral arrangements will be handled by Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Vancouver, WA.
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Published in The Columbian on Jul. 1, 2018.
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June 25, 2019
Really miss you my friend
Matt West
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July 6, 2018
Thank you Officer Rogen for the kindness you showed to my Dad, when our car had gone into a ditch on a snowy morning. You were the first on the scene and let my Dad, who was a senior citizen at the time, sit in your car where it was warm, while our car was pulled out of the ditch. Your kindness has long been remembered.
Lois Skaar-Lamkin
July 4, 2018
You will be missed my friend. Not forgotten. Thank You for your kind friendship.
Matt West
July 1, 2018
Thankful for his life, and that the battle is over in his fight with Alzheimer's Disease. Grateful for the love and support given by his Daughter Meredith and Son Mark Jr. and other family members. May his family be comforted by The Holy Spirit in the day's ahead. Our love and prayers. Einar and Martha Ekness
Martha Ekness
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